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GEO. PERCIVAL RIDOUT, 



HON. GEO. W. ALLAN, RICHARD S. CASSELS, 

GEORGE J. BO\D, A. .JOSEPH, E. H. RUTHERFORD, 

HON. WM. CAYLEY, PElEii PATERSON, THOMAS C. STREET. 

0<y»ern(»' — Geo. Percival Ridoiit. Managing Director — Tliomas William 



Deputij Oovemm- — Peter Patei-son. 
Trustees — E. H. Rutherford, Hon. AViu. 
Cayley, George J. Boyd. 



Birchall. 
Fi're Inspector — E. Roby O'Brien. 
Marine Insjx'ctor — f 'ajjt. R. Courneen. 



Insurances on all descriptions of jjroperty are granted liy this Com])any against loss and 
damage by Fire, and also against loss or damage l)y the perils of Inland Navigation at the 
CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. 

Risks in each Branch are also taken by the several Agent.<i of the (Jompany at the 
principal Cities, Towns and Ports of Shijnnent tliroughout the I'rovince. 

Forms of application, with every re([uisite infonnation, may be obtained at the Head 
Office or any of the Agents. 



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INCORPORATE!! BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT 1840. 



HEAD OFFICE, 



TORONTO STREET, TORONTO. 



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Hon. .T. HILLYAKD CAMERON, President. 
LEWIS MOFFATT, Esq., Vice-Prehidkxt. " 

C, J. CAMPBELL, Esg. i ANGUS MORRISON, Esi*. 

Hon, MALCOLM CAMERON, A. T. FULTON, Esq. 

A. R. McMASTER, Esq. I H. S. ROWLAND, E«q. 

GEORGE DUGGAN, Esq. [ W. J. MacDONELL, Esq. 

JOHN WORTHINGTON, E.sq. 

katwger and Secretary —3X9,. SYDNEY CROCKER, Esq. 
Assistant SearMi-i/— WILLIAM MURRAY, EiQ. 

6'oto7o/,f— Messrs. DUGGAN k MEYERS, 
.Bff«Xv,A— CANADL\N BANK OF COMMERCE. 



t^ Iiij^nrancc granted on every description of Property from Loss or 
damage by Fire, or the Perils of Navigation, at 
moderate rates of preminm. 



LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. 



Agents in the principal Towns and Villages in the Province. 



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CANADA PERMANENT 




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PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $1,000,000. ASSETS, - $1,700,000. 



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Office— Masonic Hall, Toronto Street, Toronto. 



Deposits received daily. Interest guaranteed and paid lialf-yearlj', at five and six per cent. 

per annum. 

IMIOn^ElT TO LJEHSriD, 

For from two to fifteen years, at reduced i-ates, upon approved Real Estate, re]myable on the 
most favorable temisby a Sinking Fund, oh the principle of " Credit Foncier " Institutions 
of Europe. 

Circulars, with full information, may be obtained from 

J. HERBERT MASON, 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



BBS! 



FIRE AND MARmE INSURANCE. 



BRITISH AME RICA ASSURAN CE COMPY. 

INOOfiPOEATED BY AOT OF PAELIAMENT, 1833. 
HEAD OFFICE-CORNER CHFRCU & COVRT^ STS:, TORONTO. 



HON. GEO. W. ALLAN, RICHARD S. CASSELS, GEO. PERCIVAL RIDOUT 
GEORGE J. BOYD. A. JOSEPH, E. H. RUTHERFORD 

HON. WM. CAYLEY, PETER PATERSON, THOMAS ( STREET. 

flWerwo?-— Geo. Percival Ridout. j Managing Director— 'Yhonim William 
Dejmty <rowmw— Peter Paterson. Bircliall. 

Trustees— E. H. Rutherford, Hon. Wm. Mre Impedrn'-Y,. Roby O'Brien. 

Cayley, George J. Boyd. | Marine Iiis))ectm-—('ii^i. R. Courneen. 



Insurances on all descriptions of jn'operty are granted by this Com])any against loss and 
damage by Fire, and also against loss or damage by the perils of Inland Navigation at the 
CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. « •' ^ g i ai, me 

Risks hi each Branch are also taken by the several Agents of the ComTwny at the 
principal Cities, Towns and Ports of Shipment throughout the Province. 

Forms of application, with every requisite information, may be obtained at the Head 
Office or jiiyr of tiie Agents. 



ADVEITISEMENTS. 



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INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLUMENT 1H40. 

HEAD OFFICE, " - TORONTO STREET, TORONTO. 



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Hon. .7. HILLYARD CAMERON, President. 
LEWIS MOFFATT, Esq., VicE-PaE8iDKXT. * 

r>IB.BCTOS.S. 

C. J. CAMPBELL, Esg. ANGUS MORRISON, £.'*(*. 

Hon, MALCOLM CAMERON, A. T. FULTON, Esq. 

A. R. McMASTER, E.sq. H. S. ROWLAND, Esq. 

GEORGE DUGGAN, Esq. i W. J, MacDONELL, Esq. 

JOHN WORTHINGTON, Esq. 

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Mmuiger am' Hecretarij—iXB. SYDNEY CROCKER, Esq. 
Assistant Sm-dary-\WUAAXM MURRAY, E»Q. 

.S'o/t«7oj-,9— l^lESSKs. DUGGAN & MEYERS, 
jBff.jiiv,s_(iANADlAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 



Iiisnrance granted ou every description of Property flrom Loss or 

damasc by Fire, or the Perils of Navigation, at 

moderate rates of preminm. 



LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. 



Agents in the principal Towns and Villages in the Province. 



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Singing Quality, Volume and Purity of Tone, 

ELASTIC EVEN TOUCH, DURABILITY OF CONSTRUCTION, 
AND BEAUTY OF FINISH. 

-A^ND IIA.VE KECEIVEi:) THE 

FIRST PRIZE & ONLY DIPLOMA GIVEN, 

For Fullness and Equality of Tone, at the Provincial Exhibition, 
at Kingston, Septe:nber, 1867. 



It is the uiiauinious opinion of the musical profession and the greatest critics, that tliey 
cannot be surpassed by any other maker in America. 

Intending purcliasers would do well to call and convince themselves. By purchasing our 
Home Manufacture they save fully 25 i)er cent. 



EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. 



'WAJlEStOOMS A-XD MANXJ]FA.CTORY : 

No. I05 KING STREET WEST, 

TORONTO, ONT. 



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W. D. MATTHEWS & CO., 

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Old Corn Exehaiiffis 16 Front Street Eai^t, 



TORONTO, 



ONTAKIO. 



FLOUR,GRAIN&ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE 

BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. 

Branch House, R. C. Hamilton & Co., 



H. math:bson, 
CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 

la KiTsra sti^eet east. 



Sui'RRB Clothing always on hand, of the Nkwkst Styles, hotter cut aud hetter made 

than those of any house in the city. 

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS! 

Of the Newest Styles, always on hand. 

t^ My retail pricei for first-class goods are equal to the wholesale prices in other establioh- 

ments, as I sell entirely for Hash. 



H. MATHE80N, 



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CAKABIJLN f WimS, BliAHKHTSS^ Ac 



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J. GILLESPIE & CO., 

MANUFACTUHKRS OF 

HATS, GAPS & FURS, 

GLOVES & GAUNTLETS 

CALrSKIN HITTS, 

BUFFALO BOBES. 

&c., 4c., tc. 

NO. 64 YONGE STREET, 

TOROITTO. 




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CITY DIRECTORY 



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rOKTAlNINO 



A COMPLETE STEEET DIRECTORY, 

AN ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS, 
A SUBSCRIBERS' BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, 

AMD KM 

APPENDIX OF USEFUL INFORMATION. 



HENRY McEVOY, COMPILER. 



PXJBT^ieilKD AIsriMTJAT^T^Y. 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO., PUBLISHERS. 

rilOVINCIAL OAZEXTEER AND GKNERAL DIRECTORY OFFICE, 
53 WelllBgtoB StrMt Em(, oppoitU Bftiik of Toronto. 



TORONTO: 

DAILY TELEGRAPH PRINTING HOUSE, BAY STREET ^CORNER OF KING. 

1868. 



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^ A-NDERSON & Qq 

STOCK, MONEY, 

Fm@©i3r©^ mm© 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

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(.FarliiiigtiiiT, 



•VFIt'K-EWABriii BVILDIXdS, 

Opposite Tortoiito Bunl^ 



AND COLLECTING AGENTS, 



N. B.^The Ontario Gazetteer and Directory — Toronto, Haiuilton, Ottiiwa, 
Kingston, and other Directoriea compiled a^ad issued from this Office. 



C. E. ANDERSON &. CO., 




PUBLISHERS A?;i) COMPILERS, 

53 VV]d:IXINGTON STREET, TC>RONT0. 



HE^iRY McEYOY, CompUer. 



The above firm intend annually to issue a DIRECTORY of all the PRINCIPAL 
TOWNS and CITIES IN ONTARIO, including 

Tor(^Kito, LQMQ>n, M^mlliQisir Klnipton, 

A.NI> OTTAAVA, 

And tave now in course of compilation a DIRECTORY «nd GAZE1TEER for the 
whole Province of Ontario, which will be completed and issued wvihout delay. 

(See page xui.) C. !i. A. & CO. 



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PREFACE. 



lu offei'ing the present edition of the City ok Toronto Cla^sifibd 
Directory to the Public, tlie Publishers wish to state that every exertion 
has been made to render the work complete and reliable, and as free from 
eiTors as is possible in a compilation of this kind, OAving to the multiplicity 
of sources from which lis information is obtained, ai^d trust the work will be 
found eqiial to any former edition. 



THE PUBLISHERS. 



Toronto, August, 1868 



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THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES ! 




NOSSIS BLACK, 

XTO. 18 

King street East, 



TORONTO, 



FOR THK ABOV£ 



CELEBRATED MACHINES. 



The IMPROVED No. 2 IMPERIAL was awarded tlie Firbt Prize ovei the Ho-wk 
Machine for Fine Leathee Stitouikr, at Kingston Provincial Fair, on the 26th September; 
1867. 

The Improved Letter A, or Family Machine, is incomparably the best Machine in 
existence for all kinds of Family Sewing, and for Dress and Mantl§ Makers. They c^n bo 
seen in all styles at his office. Purchasers should remember that the best are the cheapest in 
the end. Nonmis Black is also Agent for Ontario for the 



They are now indispensible to tiitaoe Manufacturers* 



ALL REQUISITES FOR SEWING MACHINES ALWAYS ON HAND. 



ALL MACHINES WARRAWTED. 



5QSHTS BLi.CS. still manQ&oti,TeB the VL'rybest ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 



JOHN CHARLESWORTH &, Co., 

WHOLXSAUB IMrOIlTERS OF 

BRITISH AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS. 



i«AzXiXiXXT£]R"sr, <sco.. 



44 YoNGE Street, 



Toronto. 



N. B.— New goods received weekly bj stfvnen from Europe, sfTordiag merchtnti great 
i'Militiet for •orting np their stock*. 



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CHINES ! 

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UK ABOV£ 



MACHINES. 

*RiZE ovei the Howk 
»n the 26th September; 

the best Machine in 
Makers. Tliey can bn 
)e8t are the cheapest in 



ractnrers. 

(AYS ON HAND. 
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ITIFICIAl LIMBS. 
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{ GOODS, 

Toronto. 

-disg merchants great 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

Addenda to Street Directory 177 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies. 13 

Agriculture and Public Works 5 

Alphabetical Directory 181 

Ranks " 11 

Banks, Savings 11 

Benevolent and Charitable Institutions. 13 

Boardfof Health 33 

Building, Savings and Investment 

Societies 12 

Canada Mercantile Protective Associa- 
tion 11 

Canadian Order of Oddfeliows 23 

Churche.s 16 

('hurch Societv, Diocese of Toronto .... 18 

Clubs .■ 24 

('Onstituencies, Province of Ontario 1 

Consumers Gas Co 10 

Corporation Officers of. 8 

Cou' s 5 

Crown Lands Department 4 

Custom House 10 

Fire Alarms 380 

Fire Department , 10 

Government, Province of Ontario 1 

Harbor Commissioner 10 

Index to Advertisements xi 



Page. 

Inland Revenue 10 

Insurance Companies 26 

Law Society, Ontario , .4 

Leslieville 349 

Loan, Land and Credit Companies 12 

Loyal Orange Institutions of British 

America 23 

Ma.sonic 380 

Medical Schools and Institutions 22 

Metropolitan Water Works 10 

Mining Companies., 29 

Miscellaneous Institutions 16 

Municipality of Toronto 8 

Names too late for regular insertion, 

omissions, &c xiv 

Numbering and position of Streets 380 

Roman Catholic Institutions 18 

Scientific and Religious Institutions.... 16 

Stage Routes 26 

Street Directory 31 

Subscriber s Classified Business Direc- 
tory 361 

Temperance Directory 23 

Toronto Advertisers' Manufacturing 

E-stablishmcnts 377 

Universities, Colleges, Academies and 

Schools 19 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 

Adams. James opp. 368 

Adams, W. " 192 

Albion Hot/ 1 " xvi 

Aldwell S, Co 363 

American Steam Ouage Co " 16 

Anderson, C. E. k Co viii, xiii 

Anderson, Robert W " 352 

Armstrong, J. & Co " 160 

Armitage, George " 192 

Aykroyd, H " 363 

Barker, Geo. & Co " 48 

Bigelow, N. Gordon " 320 

Booth G.&W .* " 160 

Beckett, E " 177 

Black, Norris x 

Boyd, John & Co " 32 

Butchart, D. C " 369 



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Butland, U. B opp. 145 

Burke, Wm " 17 

Bradstreet, J. M. & Son " 193 

Brent, 6. W xvi 

Briggs, Samuel R " 65 

Briggs, Thomas " 193 

Brimer, John " 208 

British America Assurance Co ii 

Browne, P. & Co 80 

Brown, Bros " 360 

Bryce, McMurrich&Co yi 

Carswell, R ." " «0 

Canada Permanent Building and 

Saving Society ii 

Canadian Freeman 386 

Campbell, C. J " 17« 

Canuichael, R " 20* 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Cliaffey, E. k Co., (outside front 

cover • 

Charlesworth, J. & Co 

Clark, J. fc A., (end of book) 

Clark, S. C. D.- & Co., (outside 

back cover)... 

Clements, John 

Coffee, L. &Co " 

Colwell, W. W " 

CoUyer, John |^ 

Colliss, Geo. A 

Copland, Wm.> (inside back cover). 

Cosgrave & Co 

Cottrell, Wm [[ 

Coxon, George 

Cupplea & Hunter 

Currie, Neil 

Crawford, A 

Daily Telegraph 

Day, James E 

Dickson, J. H 

Davids, Joseph 

Dixon, Bros 

Doane, Henry.... 

Evans, Elmsley & Co " 

Evans, J. I 

Fittinger, H. McCord & Co " 

Fitzheniy, W. T " 

Fortier, Charles G " 

Gale, J. W " 

Gillespie, J. & Co ... . 

(Jooch, R. N., (outside back cover. 

Goodworth, L. B. & Co 

Gorrie & Parrish " 

Graham, Henry & Co " 

Great Western Railway, (near end 

of book) 

Griffith, W. & R " 

Hamlin, E. H " 

Harrison, Glover .* " 

Heintzman & Co 

Hornibrook & LePau " 

Holman, George " 

Hubertus, W. L. & Co " 

Hunter, Rjsefc Co " 

Leslie, George & Son " 

Leslie, George H. & Co., (inside 

back cover) 

Laird, R.W " • 

Lowe, Mrs, J. Frederick " 

McCauslaud, Joseph " 

Maitland, Robert " 

Malcon^ R " 

Maloney, John M " 

Martin, James & Son " 

Matthews, W. D. k Co 

Matheson, H 

Medical Department Vict. Unir. op 128, 

Mendon, L, C " 

Mercer, A " 



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384 

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Millichamp, W opp. 208 

Moffatt, Murray & Beattie " 97 

Montreal Telegraph Co 384 

Morin, James " 146 

Morphy, E. M " 81 

Morse, H. J. k Co " 380 

Murray, W. A. & Co., (outside back 

cover 

Northeni Railway of Canada. " 118 

0'Keefe& Co " 81 

Parkinson, Emily xvi 

Parson, Bros " 177 

Patterson & Beaty " 353 

Phenix Insurance Co " 337 

Phoenix Fire Insurance Co " 97 

Pocknell, R. T " 160 

Powell, Johns " 145 

Provincial Insurance Co iii 

Reford & Dillon " 49 

Reed, Tliomaa, (inside back cover). 

Ritchie, John " 368 

Roberts, W.h " 353 

Robertson, A " 64 

Roblin, M. C " 380 

Rogers, W. D " 17 

Rolph, Hon. John ..."128,129 

Rordans, J. & Co " 176 

Ross, Joseph " 16 

Rowland, Wni., (back of book, gold 

onrd) 

Royal Lyceum " 112 

Rutherford, A " 145 

Samuel, M. &'L " 65 

Segsworth, John " 48 

Scoley, E. K., (end of book) 

Scott it StoUery, (end of book) 

Scott, J. Stuart, M.D " 9G 

Shannon, John " 96 

Smith, A " 369 

Smith. Thomns " 176 

Spirit of the Age " 321 

Stem, S 384 

Steward, Wni xt 

Taylor, John " 353 

Thomas, M. A " 1(5 

Thompson & Allen " 48 

Thompson, James 885 

Toronto Daily Leader " ivi 

Toronto Exchange Buildings " 336 

Toronto School of Medicine 382, 383 

Turner, John " 837 

WAgner.J. P « 49 

Walton, H " 369 

Wilioa, Wm '. " 17 

Wilson, Samuel 386 

Western Aanurance Co xv 

Woottoa, Joel xrl 

Wright, H. C. k Co '• 160 

Wright, H. H., M.D 382, 388 

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Aarons, Morris, jeweller 368 Yonge, li same. 
ALDWELL k CO., brewers, William. 
Arno, Charles, printer, Telecfraph office. 
HARNETT, THOMAS, harnessmnker 142 

Yonge, h 67 Hayter. 
BARr ^ITT & EVANS barristers &c., ve- 

mo\ i to 8 e cor Colbome k 'Change Alley. 
Bayley, Wm., broker tea,s, sugars and 

^.obaoco, Toronto opp P. 0. 
Beuord, Alex., book-keeper Telegraph, Ms 

4 Carty's felk, George. 
Bolton, John, li 63 Grange Road. 
Boyce, Edward, butcher 111 Queen w. 
BRITISH AMERICA COMMERCIALCOL- 

LEGE, Theory Dept., 55 & 57 Yonge. 
Brines, \Vm., cigar maker 6 York Chambers 

Court 
CAMIDfiE, JOHN, Mus. Doc. Cantuar 

Eng., h 311 Parliament, 
CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN, Rev. George S. 

Rose, publisher. Rev. W. Jeffers, D.D., 

editor, office. Court. 
CHRISTIE, BROWN k CO., biscuit bakers, 

kc, 626 Yonge. 
Clunie, Wm., JI.D., li 208 Church. 
COXON, SAMUEL, sausage, pork and 

provision dealer, 220 King e. 
Cuppage, Wm. chief clerk P. O. inspector's 

office removed to 223 Carlton. 
Daly, Thomas M., commission merchant h 

76 Bay. 
DAMOREAU, C. F., en^ver on wood, 

removed to 87 Bay cor King. 
Dewhey, Mrs., private boarding house 8 

James. 
DICKSON, J. H., washing machine maker 

cor Victoria and Adelaide. (See advt). 
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DUNN, T, J. &C0., commission merchants 

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n 8 King cor York. 
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gists removing to 3 Front e. 



Fry, Michael, laborer, hr 111 Nelson. 

FOAD, WM., prop Gardeners' Arms Hotel 
591 Yonge. 

HALLAM, JOHN, dealer in hides, leatlier 
kc. , reniov ed to 36 Front e. 

HASTINGS, GEORGE, (Hastings k Peter- 
kin), h 110 Terauley. 

HASTINGS & PETEKKIN, (George Hast- 
ings k Charles R. Peterkin), wood turner* 
and carvers, h 71 Adelaide w. 

Henning, Wm. S., contractor. King w. 

HOLLAND, GEORGE B., inspector of 
Loudon & Lancashire Life Assurance Co., 
and Phoenix Life, of Hartford Conn. , office 
94 King e. 

HOME INSURANCE CO., (New Haven 
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ton cor Church. (See advt). 

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res William e. 

KINGSTONE, F. W. barrister 62 Church, 
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LA YTON, HENRY U., prop Crer Howell 
Hotel, (College Ave, 

Layton, Mrs., Jane, (wid Henry), C«r 
Howell Hotel. 

LAW'S HOTEL, (late Argyle), James Law, 
prop. Front e cor Scott. 

LESLIE, GEORGE H. k CO., chemists and 
druggists Yonge, Yorkville. (See advt). 

MoTAGUE, JOHN, shoemaker, h 63 Vic- 
toria. 

MARGACH, J. L., chemist and dniggist 44 
King e. 

METCALFE, JAMES, M.P., president 
Royal Canadian Bank,, h Yonge, address 
Toronto P. O. 

NOLTON, M,, butcher, 257 and 269 Yonge 
h same, 

SULLIVAN, WM. B., general agent, Globe 
liane, rooms Masonic Hall. 

Tola. Robert, shoemaker 69 Colborne, 

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rrister 62 Church, 

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gyle), James Law, 

CO., chemistaand 
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smaker, h 53 Vic- 

ist and dniggist 44 

M.P., president 
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J57 and 269 Yonge 

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ALPHAlM'ynCAL LIST <)!<' CON'STITUKNCIKS, MKMI'.KIJS AND ADDliESSES. 

(■OX,STITUENCIKS. 



Addington 

Algoina 

liothw.'ll 

Jhant, N. 1! 

Brant, S. 1{ 

liroikvillc 

Ihncc, N. 1! ... 
Bnuv, S. H .... 

Card well 

Carh'ton 

Cornwall 

Dunda.s 

Durhnni, K. 15. 
Durham, \V. 11. 

Klgin, K. 1{ 

Elgin, W. II 

E,s.s('x 



Frontenac 
Glengarry 



r,ErnK.sK.Nr.vrivi-..s. 


AI)IHU;ssK.><. 


K. J. HooiH'r .. 


Xapancc. 

Toronto. 

Chatham. 

Paris. 

Prantford. 

Hrockvillo. 

Saugccn. 

Toronto. 

Covcntrv. 

Ottawa." 

Cornwall. 

Morri.shurgli. 

Port Hope. 

Powmanville. 

New Saruni. 

lona. 

Kings ville. 

King.ston. 

Cornwall. 




F. W. Cund.crland 

A. M.'K.dlar 

H. Finlav.son 

Hon. K. 'R Wood 

AV. Fitz.siminon.s 




1). Sinelair 

Edward Hlakt- 




T. Swinarton 

1{. Lvon 




Hon. J. S. Macdonald 

Simon Cook 

A. T. H. Williams 

J. McLwd 

J). Luton 


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Nicol MoColl 

S. Wiglo 

Sir H. Smith 

J. Craig 


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Orenville, 8. R 

Grey, N. R 

Grey, 8. R 

HaUUmand 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, W. R 

Hastings, E. R 

Hastings, N. R 

Huron, N. R 

Huron, 8. R 

Kent 

Kingston 

Lnnibton 

Lanark, N. U 

Lanark, S. R 

Leeds, N. R 

Leeds, 8. R 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Ijondon 

Middlesex, E.jk 

Middlesex, N. R 

Middlesex, W. R 

Monok 

Niagara 

Northumberland, East. 
Korthumlierland, "West. 

Norfolk, S. R 

Norfolk, N. R 

Ontario, N. R 

Ontario, S. R 

Ottawa 

Oxford, N. R 

Oxford, 8. R 

Peel 

Perth, N. R 

Perth, 8. R 

Peterboro', E. R 

Peterboro', W. R 

Prescott, 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, 8. R 

Renfrew, N. R 

Russell 

Simcoe, N. R 

Simcoe, 8, R 

Stormont . 

Toronto, East 

Toronto, West 

Victoria, N. R 

Victoria, 8. R 

Waterloo, N. R 

Waterloo, 8. R 

Welland 

Wellington, N. R 

Wellington, C. R 

Wellington, S. R 

Wentworth, N. R 

Wcntworth, 8. R 

York, E. R 

York,W.R 

York, N. R 



UEI'KEIIENTATIVEB. 



M. Clorke 

T. Siott 

A. W. Under.. 

I)r. J. IJaxter 

W. Barlwr 

J. M. Williams 

K. Graham 

H. Corby 

0. H. Boulter 

W. T. Hays 

R. Gibbons 

J. 8mith 

M. W. Strange 

T. B. Pardee 

D. Oalbraith 

W. M. 8httW 

H. D. Smith 

B. Tett 

J. Stevenson 

J. C. Rykert 

Hon. J. Carling 

J. Evans 

J. 8. Smith 

N. Currie 

G. Seeord 

Hon. 8. Richards ... 

J. Eyre 

A. Fnuier 

8. McCall 

J.Wilson 

Thos. Paxton 

Dr. McGill 

R. W.Scott 

G. Perry 

A. Oliver 

J. Coyne 

A. Monteith 

J, Trow 

G. Read 

J. Carnegie 

J. Boyd 

A. Greely 

J. L. McDougall 

J. Supjile 

W. Craig 

W. Lount 

T. R. Ferguson 

W. Colquiiouu 

Hon. M. C. Cameron 

J. Wallis 

A. P, Cockbum 

T. Matchett 

M. Springer 

1. Clemens , 

W. Beatty 

R. McKim ... 

A, D, Ferrier 

P. Gow 

R. Christie 

W. Sexton 

H. P. Crosby 

T. Grahame 

Hon. J. McMurrich . 



ADDRESHKH. 



Pn-Bcott 

Owen Sound. 

Toronto. 

Cayugn. 

Streets ville. 

Hamilton. 

Belleville. 

Belleville. 

Stirling. 

Goderich. 

Goderieh. 

Cliatham. 

Kingston. 

Samin. 

Almonte. 

Perth. 

Merrickville. 

Newborough. 

Na])anee. 

St. Catherines. 

London. 

London. 

Ailsa Cmig. 

Qlencoe. 

St Anns. 

Toronta 

Brighton. 

Cobourg. 

Vittoria. 

Oakland. 

Port Perry. 

Osliawa. 

Ottawa, 

Washington. 

Ingci'solL 

Brampton. 

Stratford. 

Shakespeare. 

Keene. 

Peterlwrough. 

Vankleck HilL 

Picton. 

Renfrew. 

Pembroke. 

L'OriginaL 

Barrie. 

Cookstown. 

Dickenson's Landing. 

Toronto. 

Toronto. 

Orillia. 

Omemee. 

Waterloo. * 

Preston. 

Thorold. 

Parker. 

Fergus. 

Guelph. 

Flambero* West 

Jerseyville, 

Unionville. 

Woodbridge, 

Torontflb 



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cott 


II Sound. 


mto. , 


etsville. 


lilton. 


uville. 


evilK 


ing. 


;rifh. 


prich. 


ham. 


(8ton. 


in. 


o>te. 

h. 1 


rickviUe. 


^borough. 


Aiii'e. 


'nthcriuca. 


iluii. 


don. 


a Craig. 


icoe. 


Anns. 


>nto. 


;btoii. 


ouig. 


:oria. 


land. ' 


t Perry. 


awa. 


iwa. 


shington. 

I'l-SOlI. 


nipton. 


it ford. 


kespoarc. 


nc. 


■rlwrough. 

kicek RilL ; 


on. 
frew. 


ibroke. 


riginal. 


ne. 


Icstown. ; 


crnflon'H Tjanding, ] 


>nto. 


mto. 


lia. 

mee. * 


erloo. 


ton. 


raid. 


er. > 


lis. 


ph. 

ibero' "West 


syville. 


tnville. 


dbridge. 


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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMHKK8, CONSTITUENCIl-a AND ADDRESSES. 



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Harlwr, W 

Baxter, Dr. J 

Beatty, W 

Hlnkf, Edward 

BoulttT, G. H 

Boyd, J 

Cumeroii, Hon. M. 

Carling, Hon. .1 ... 

Carni'fjie, J 

ChristU', R 

Clark.', M 

ClfinenH, I 

<'otkburu, A. P 

Colfiuhoun, W 

Cook, Simon 

Corby, H 

Coyne, J 

Craig, J 

Craig, \V 

Crosby, H. P 

CumlM;rlnnd, F. W... 

Currie, N 

Evans, J 

Eyre, J 

FergiiHon, T. K 

Ferrier, A. D 

Finlayson, H 

Fitzsimmons, W 

Fi-aser, A 

CTalbruith, D 

Giboons, R 

Gow, P 

Graham, K 

Grahanie, T 

Greely, A 

Hays, W. T 

Hooper, E, J 

lender, A. W 

Lount, W 

Luton, D 

Lyon, U 

Macdonald, Hon. J. S 

Matt'hett, T 

Monti'ith, A 

McCall, 8 

McColl, Nieol 

MoDougall, .1. L 

McGill, Dr 

MeKellar, A 

McKim, R 

McLeocl, J 

McMunich, Hon. J.. 

Oliver, A 

Pardee, T. B 

Paxton, Thomas 

Perry, G 

R«ul, G 

Richards, Hon. S 

Rykert, J. C 

Scott, T 



CONHTITVBNCIKM. 

Halton 

Haldimand 

Welland 

Bnu-e, H. R 

Hastings, N. R 

Prescott 

Toronto, East 

London 

Peterboro', W. R 

Wentworth, N. R 

(Jrenville, S. R 

Waterloo, S. R 

Vi(■toril^ N. R 

Stormont , 

DundiM 

Hastings, E. R , 

Peel 

Glengarry 

Hnssell 

York, E. R 

Algoma 

Middlesex, W. R 

Middlesex, E. R 

Northumberland, Eaat 

Simeoe, S. R 

Wellington, C. R 

Brant, N. R 

Hroekville 

Northumberland, West 

Lanark, N. R , 

Huron, S. R 

Wellington, S. R 

Hastings, W. R 

York, W. R 

Prince Edwanl 

Huron, N, R 

Addington 

Grey, 8. R 

Simeoe, N. R ... 

Elgin, E. R 

Carleton 

Cornwall 

Vi(ttflria, S. R 

Perth, N. R 

Norfolk. S. R 

Elgin, W. R 

Renfrew, S. R 

Ontario, S. R 

Bothwell 

Wellington, N. R 

Durham, W. R 

York, N. R 

Oxfoitl, S. R 

Lambton 

Ontario, N. R 

Oxfonl, N. R 

Pet«;rboro', E. R 

Niagara 

Lincoln 

Grey, N. R 



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HtrH'tsville. 

<^ayuga. 

Thoi-old. 

Tonmtii. 

Stirling. 

Yank leek HilL 

Toronto. 

lionilon. 

Peterborotigh. 

Flamboro' West, 

Prescott. 

Preston. 

Orillia. 

] >i('kenson'fl I.anding. 

Morrisburgh. 

Bellevill-. 

Bmmpton. 

Cornwall. 

L'( )riginal. 

Unionville, 

Toronto. 

filenctM'. 

Iiondon. 

Brighton. 

( 'ookstown. 

Fergus. 

Paris. 

Broirkville. 

Cobom-g. 

Almonte. 

Go«lerich. 

(fUeljdi. 

Belleville. 

Woodbridgt^ 

Picton. 

(Jrodcriclu 

Naimnec 

Toi-onto. 

Barrie. 

New Sarunu 

Ottawa. 

CornwalL 

Omemee. 

StratfonL 

Vittoria. 

lona. 

Renfrew. 

Oshawa. 

Chatham. 

Parker. 

Bowmanville. 

Toronto. 

lugeitiolL 

Sarnia. 

Port Perry. 

Washington. 

Keenc. 

Toronta 

St Catharines. 

Owen Sound. 



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SeconI, 

Sexton, W 

Shaw, W. M. 

Sinclair, D 

Siuitli, J 

Smith, SiiH 

SPiith, H. ]) 

Smith, J. 8 

Stevi'nsoii, J....... 

Stmngc, M. W.... 

S) ringer, M 

Sapiflc, J 

Swinnrton, T 

Tett, 15 

Trow, J 

Wallis, J 

Wiglc, S 

WiUianis, A. T. 
Williams, J. M ... 

Wilson, J 

Wood, Hon. E. 1) 



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AI)UIIE.S.SKS. 



Ottawa 

Monck 

Wentworth, S. U.... 

I.rfinark, S. R 

Biwe, N. R 

Kent 

Frontenae 

Leeds and (trenville, N. li. 

Mia(lle.sex, N. R 

Lennox 

Kingston 

Waterloo, N. R 

Renfrew, N. R 

Canlwell 

Leeds, S. R 

Perth, S. R 

Toronto, We.st 

Essex 

Durham, E. R 

Hamilton 

Norfolk, N. R 

Bmnt, S. R 



Ottawa. 

St. Anns. 

.lei-seyvillc. 

Perth. 

Saugeen. 

('hathnni. 

Kingston. 

Merriikville. 

Ailsa ("iiiig. 

Napanee. 

Kingston. 

Waterloo. 

Pembroke. 

Coventry. 

Newborough. 

Shakespeare. 

Toronto. 

Kingsville. 

Port Hope. 

Hamilton. 

Oakland. 

Bnintford. 



CROWN LAKDS DEPARTMENT-ONTARIO. 

Uommissionei: — Hon. Stephen Richards. 

AssLihmt OoiiiMimoiu;: — A:«drew Russell. 

Sarir.)j.s Branch. — Thomas Devine, Head 
of Surveys ; Edward Fox and Geo. R. Kirk- 
patrick, SuiTcyo.-s and Uniught.smen ; Allan 
J. Scott, Clerk. 

Lmid (Jlidtns ami Sales in old Toirnshfjki 
Branch. — Thomas Hector, Chief Clerk in 
charge ; V. A. Hall, George E. Lindsav and 
C. W. Hurd, Clerks. 

Sales of Chnjij and Schoul Lands and 
Crown Lands in new Townships Bra/nch. — 
,Tohn C. Taibutt, Chief Clerk in charge ; 
Alex. Kirkwood, Arthur .1. Taylor and John 
M. Grant, Clerks. 

Letters Patent Branch. — Henry John Jones, 
Chief Clerk in charge ; John Innes and Ro- 
Lert H. Temple, Clerks. 

IFoods and Forests Branch. — 0. B. Cowper, 
Chief Clerk in charge ; J. C". Miller, Clerk. 

Accounts Branch. — Williiini Ford, A<:- 
countaut and Ciushier ; Woi-sley Ebbs, Book- 
keeper ; 1). G. B. Ross and R. H. Browne, 
Clerks. 

Jeremiah Alley, .Senior Clerk in charge of 
Agents' Returns ; John Tomlie and Fnink 
Norton, Clerks, John Alorphy, Registrar ; 
John Bradshaw. Office KeeiK'r ; Alex. Mac- 
Donald, iMe.s.seng(;r. 



Senior Clerk and Draughtsman ; John Balk- 
will. Messenger ; Alex. Macdonell, House- 
keeiKT. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE-ONTARIO 

Secretary and lleiji.''i tr. — Hon. Matthew 
Crooks' t'ameron. 

Assistant Secrflarif and Depnlij Re<fistrcir, 
— Tlionvas Charles I'atteson ; Isaac Robei'ts 
Eckart, Chief Clerk ; Daniel Stevenson, 
Henry Alley, John A. Innes, Clerks ; Ar- 
thur IJurtehall, Jlisssenger. 

TREASDRT DEPARTMENT -ONTARIO. 

Treasurer. — Hon. E. B. Wood. Donald 
A. Grant, Accountant ; Geo. Mathews, Au- 
ditor ; James Kerr, Corresponding Clerk ; 
C. H. Sproule, Clerk ; John Little, Mes- 
senger. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC 
WORKS-ONTARIO. 

Comwission/" . — Hon. John I'arling. Geo. 
Buckland, ot^cretary ISureau of /tgriculture ; 
J. W. Bridgland, Surveyor ; W. Edwanis, 
Accountant uud Librarian ; A. L. Ru.ssell, 



JUDICIARY. 

T»K L.vw Hitr,[i:TY ov OsTxmo — Visiters. 
—Hon. Wm. Henry Draper, C.B., Chief 
Ju.stice of Ontario ; Hon. P. M. M. S. Van- 
koughnet, 1). C. L., Chancellor of Ontario ; 
Hon. W. B. RichMrd.s, Chief Justice of 
Common Pleas ; Hon. John Godfrey Spragge, 
Vice Chancellor ; Hon. J. H. Hagarty, D. 
C.L. Judge, Court of Queen's Bench ; Hon. J. 
C. Morrison, .ludge. Court of Queen's Bench ; 
Hon. Adam Wilson, .Tudgc, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas ; Hon. .lohn Wilson, Judge, 
Court of Common Pleas ; Hon. Oliver Mowat, 
Vice Chancellor. 

Treasurer. — Hon. John Hillyard Camer- 
on, D. C. L., Q.C. 

Beiichers.~Hou. Henry J, Boulton, Q.C., 



AUDIIKKSKS. 



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UWll, 

Anns, 
.seyvillc. 
tlf. 

IgCl'Il. 

itliiiin. 
ijpton. 
rrickville. 
sii Ciiiig. 
jiniiet'. 
igston. 
itcrloo. 
iilji'oke. 
entry, 
wboiougli. 
ikespeare. 
onto, 
igsvillc. 
t Hopi'. 
niilton. 
kliinil. 
iinttbnl. 



iglitsniiin ; John Balk- 
X. Mrtcdoni'U, House- 



iRY S OFFICE-ONTARIO 
-•:.im: — Hon. Matthew 

(Did DcpiUji llfijistrar, 
iitteson ; Isaac Kolierts 
; ; Daniel Stevensoiij 
\. Innes, Clerks ; Ar- 
■ngfv. 

RTMENT -ONTARIO. 

E, 15. Wood. Donald 
t ; (ico. Mathews, Aii- 
C'orresjionding Clerk ; 
k ; John Little, Mes- 



3IART. 

(»K Ontauio — Visilon. 
Drai)er, C;.B., Chief 
Ion. 1'. M. M. S. Ven- 
'lianiellor of Ontario ; 
ds, Cliief Justice of 
John Godfrey ypraggc, 
II. J. H. Hagarty, D. 
fueen's Bench ; Hon. J. 
ourt of Queen's Bench ; 
.fudge, Court of Com* 
lohu Wilson, Judge, 
s ; Hon. Oliver Mowat, 

fohn Hillyard Cauier- 

•nry J, Bonlton, Q.C., 



Hon. John Rolph ; Hon. George S. Bonl- 
ton ; Hon. Jiin)e.s K. SnuiU, Q.C. ; Wil- 
liam Elliott ; David Jones ; George, Rolph ; 



Robert Berrie 
aid Bethun(! ; 
Clarke Gamble 
Geo. Malloch ; 
O'Reilly, Q.C. 
D.C.L., Q.C. ; 
C. ; Jas. Snnth, Q.C!, 
Macdonald, K. C. B. 



; George S. Jarvis ; Don- 

Thas. Kirk]iatri(k, Q.C. ; 

; Mmcus Fayette Whitehead ; 

George Bos well, Q.C. ; Miles 

; Hon. J(dni H. Camei-on, 

Hon. George Shenvood, Q. 

; Hon. Sir John A. 

, Q. C. ; John W. 



Gwynne, Q.C. ; Hon. John Ros.s, Q.C. ; 
Hon. John S. Macdonald, Q.C. ; Charles 
Baby ; (Jeorge Duggan ; John Crawford ; 
George B. L. Fellowes, Q. C. ; Seeker 
Brough, Q.C. ; Ne.sbitt Kin.'hhoiler ; Samuel 
Black Freeman, Q.CA ; Holland McDon- 
ald Q. C. ; John r.ell, (i. C. ; John S. 
Smith ; H. C. R. Becher, Q.C. ; Sir Henry 
Smith, Kt., (i.e. ; Lewis AValUiridge, Q.C, ; 
Richard Miller; Geo. W. Burton, (,).C. ; 
Hon. Alex-. Camidiell, Q.C. ; Stei.hen Rich- 
ards, i»in., Q.C. ; Thomas Gait, <i.C. ; 
David B. Read, Q.C. ; John Hector. Q.C. ; 
Jacob F. Pringle ; Hon. John Prince, (}.C. ; 
John Duggan, Q.C. ; James A. Hendei'son ; 
Matthew R. VanKoughnct ; Han. Jas. I'at- 
ton, liL.D., Q.C. ; Daniel MacMartin ; 
PJiiiil) Low ; Richard V. Steele ; John Mil- 
ler ; Sir James L. Robin.son, Bavt. ; Saml. 
H. Strong, (^.C. ; A. J. Macdonnell ; J. B. 
Jjcwis ; J. J. Burrowes ; D. McMichael, 
LL.D. ; W. Proudfoot; K. Mackenzie, (J. 
'C. ; R. Dennistoun ; Angus Morrison ; 
diristoplier S. Patterson ; John Ifoaf, *J.C. 

Sccrdnry, Lihrorvin and Eraniiner. — 
Hiigh N. Gwynne, B.A.. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

Examiners awl Lcctuirrs. — John T. An- 
deraon, Es({., Common Law ; Alex. Leith, 
Es(i., Real Property ; Thonuis Mos.s, il.A., 
Equity. 

COURTS. 



tuted for tlit! hearing o( apjieal.s, in civil cases 
from the Courts of Qui-en s Bench, Chancery 



CoruT OF Euiioii .vxn Ari'KAr.. — Consti- 

eases 

'T 
iind C(mimon Pleas, and apiH-als in criminal 

cases from thv Courts of Queen's Bench and 
Common Pleas. From the jmlgment of this 
C!ourt an appeal lies to Her Majesty in Privy 
Council, in caxis over ,4'], 000, or where an- 
imal rent, f"e, or future rights to any amount, 
ftie aii';<ted. Jud<jM. — Hon. Wm. H. Dra- 
ocr C. IV, Chief Justice of Ontario ; Hon. P. 
M. M. S. Vankouglinet, D. C.L., Chancellor 
])f Ontario ; Hon. William Biiell Richard.s, 
Chief Jii»ti(,'e of the Common Pleas ; Hon. 
John GcHlf.Ty Spnigge, Vice Chancellor ; 
Hon. John Hawkins Hagarty, D. C. L., 
Judge (,'ourt of Queen'.^ Bench ; Hon. Jos. 
<'urran Monison, Judge Court of {^ueen'f 
Bench ; Hon. Adam Wilson, Judge of the 



Court of Common Pleas ; Hon. John Wilson, 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas ; Hon. 
Oliver Mowat, Vice Chancellor. Clerk (vnd 
llr.jMfter — Ale.xrnder Grant. 

CoviiT OK Lmimuciimkn T. — For the trial of 
Judges of County Courts or Recordci-s in On- 
tario, luuler Con. Stat. U. C, cap. 14, and 
29 and 30 Vic, cap. 38. Jiulges.— How. 
W. H. DiviKM-, '.'.B., Chief Justice of On-, 
tario ; Hon. Philip M. !M. S. Vankoughnet, 
D.C.L., Chxncel'or of Ontario, Hon. Wm. 
B. Richards, Chief J\istic(^ of the Court of 
Common Pleas ; with provision for other 
Judges acting in the e\cnt of their absence 
or illness. Clerk. — W. B. Heward. 

Coi'iiT OK Qkekn's Bkxc'H. — The jurisilic- 
tion of this Court extends to <dl manner of 
actions, causes and suits, criminal and civil, 
I'eal, personal and mixed, within Ontario, 
and it may proceed in such, by such process 
and course as arc jn'ovided by law, and shall 
tend with justice and despat(;li to detennine 
the sauK! ; and may hear and determini! all 
issues of law, and pIso with the inipicst of 
twelve good and lawful nam (except in cases 
otherwi.se provided for), try all issiu's of fact, 
and give judgment, and award execution 
thereon, and also in ma';tei's which relate to 
the (Queen's Revenue i including the con- 
demnation of contiiibanil orsnniggled goods), 
as may be done by Her Majesty's Superior 
Ccmrts of Law in England. Cliuf Justice — 
Hon. William Henry Draper, C. 1$, Pnisn4 
Jtuhjfs — Hon. John Hawkiiis Hagarty, D.C. 
L., and Hon. Joseph Curraii Moni.son, 
Chrk of the Crown and PhiiJi — L.iwrenc« 
Heyden. Reporter — Chr. Robin.son, Q. C. 
Senior Ch'rk~-i<A\\w Snuill. Juniar Clerk — 
S. B. Clark. Crier and Usher. — Andvew 
Fleming, 

CoriiT OF C()MXii>x Pi.KAs. — This Court 
has the same powei's .ind jurisdictioii, as a 
Court of Record, as vhe Court of Queen's 
Pencil. Writs of 8ummo.<s and capias issue 
aliernately from either Couit. Chief Justice 
— li'on. William Buell Richards. I'uisnA 
Jiulijes — Hon. Adam Wilson and Hon. John 
Wilson. Clerk of the Crown and Pleas— ~ 
M. B. Jackson. Jieporter—S. J. Vankough- 
net. M.A. Senior Clerk — • 

Junior Clerk — AVm. Lyncs. Crier and 
Usher — Patri<.k O'Connell. 

CoriiT OK CHAXt'EKY. — This Court has t!io 
like jurisdiction as the Court of Chancery in 
England, in cases of fraud, accident, trusts, 
executors, administratora, co-partnei-ships, 
account, mortgages, awards, «lower, infants, 
idiots, lunatics and their estates, waste, 
siM'cific jK'rformance, discovery, and to pre- 
vent nndtiplicity of suits, staying proceed, 
ings at law prosecuted against eciuity and 
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generally the like powers which tl>e Court of 
Chancery in England possesses to administer 
jnstice in all cases in which there is no ade- 
quate remedy at law. Ckamxllor— Hon. P. 
M. M. S. Vankoughnet, D. C. L. Vke-Glmn- 
cei/br*— Hon. John G. Spragge and Hon. Oli- 
ver Mowat. Judge's Secretary— '£. W. Taylor. 
Special Examiwrs— John Hector, Q.C. and 
James H. Esten. Registrar and Rejmrter— 
Alex. Grant. Registrar' s<Jlerk—y\^\\\on^\xhy 
Cummings. t,lerks — Arthur Hohnstead and 
Thomas Gray. Entering Clerks — F. Ar- 
noldi and Alex. F. McLean. Usher mid 
Hmise Keq>er — Donald Sutherland. Mes- 
setiger — Henry Humphreys. 

MASTEK's OKFICE IX ClIAXCKUY.— JJ/rtafcr 

in Ordinary — Andrew Norton Buell. Tax- 
ing Officer — George Henimings. Master's 
C/crA— Walter M. Koss. Clerk— J. V. Mau- 
donel 1 . Local Masters ami Deputy Registrars 
— Barrie—\fm. E. O'Brien. Belleville — 
Wm. W. Dean. Brantfwd — John Cameron. 
Brockville — Jacoh Dockstnder Buell. Chnt- 
ham — George Williums. Cobourg — "Wni. H. 
Weller. drmwall — .John McDonell. God- 
erich — H. McDennott. Guelph — James W. 
Hall. Uamiltmi — Wm. I-iCggo. Kiiigston — 
James A. Henderson, D.C.L. Lindsay — 
Wm. H. Weller. Londim — .Tames Shanley. 
Otta.wa — John Wilson. Oiren Sound — David 
A. Creasor. Pertli—yf. 0. Buell. Peter- 
Joro— W. H. Weller. Sjwuw— David Tis- 
dale. Sandwich — Samuel S. Nicdonell. 
Sarnia — P. T. Poussett, St. Catharines — 
F. W. McDonald. St. Tlmn as — 3 amvs 
Stanton. Stratford — G. W. Lawrence. Sault 
Ste. Marie, Alqoma — Hon. John Prince, Q. 
C. ^At<6?/— George H. Dnrtnell. Wood- 
Hock — H. B. Beard. 

Accocntant'.s Offick i.\ CirAXCEItY. — 
AccountavJ, General — Bobert J. Turner. 
Clerks— \y. C. Crofton and Frank Walker. 

PUACTICK COUIIT AND ClIAMDKltS. — One 

of the Common Law Judges liolds a Court 
during each Term, called tlie "Pi-actice 
Court," for hearing matters relating to the 
adding or justifying i)ail, disdiarging insol- 
vent debtora, adnunistering oaths, hearing 
and determining nmttera on motion, and 
making rules ami orders in causes and busi- 
ness depending in either of said Law Courts. 
Chambers are held eacli day, and by a recent 
order, daily in Chancery, bjr T. W. Taylor, 
Esq., the Judges' Secretary, in Common Law, 
and by one of the Judges of tlie said courts, 
for BUch business i-elating to suits therein as 
may be transacted by a single Judge out of 
omirt Clerk, Common Law — William B. 
Hewai-d. Reporter Common Law Chambers 
— Henry O'Brien. Jieporter Chancery Cham- 
l>er»—0, W, Cooper, 



Heik and Devisee CoriiT. — Commission- 
ers — Tlie Judges of the Superior Courts, and 
such other persons as may lie npiwinted by 
commission under the Great tJeal. Their 
duties are to detonnine claims to lands in 
Ontario, for which no patent Inis issued from 
the Crowni in favor of the projier claimants, 
whether as heirs, devisees, or assignees. 
Sittings at Toronto, first Monday in January 
and July in eaidi year. Clerk of Commis' 
simiers — W. B. Heward. 

C(tUNTvCuiTnT.s. — Presided over by a i-esid- 
cnt Judge in ea('h County. Their jurisdic- 
tion extends to nil peraonal actions where the 
debt or damages claimed do not exceed £50 ; 
and to all suits relating to debt, covenant or 
contract, where the amount is ascertained by 
the acts of the p.lrtics or signature of the de- 
fendant to £100 ; and t< ill bail bonds and 
ivcogiiizanccs of bail given in the County 
Court, to any amount ; but not to cases in- 
volving the title to lands, validity of wills, 
or actions for libel, slander, crim. con., or 
seduction. An appeal lies to either of the 
Superior Court;! of Law. These Courts also 
possess eipiity powers, to the amount of £50, 
subject to an appeal to Chancery. 

SuiuiOGATE CoUiiTs. — The jurisdiction of 
these Courts relotcs to all testanieutury mat- 
ters and causes, and to the granting or re- 
voking of probate of wills, and letters of 
administration of the effects of deceased 
persons having estate or effects in Ontario, 
and all matters arising out of or connecjted 
with the giant or revocation of ])robate or 
ndministratlon, sulyect to an appeal to tho 
Court of Chancery. The County Judges are 
also Judges of the Surrogate Courts. Su7T0' 
gate Clerk — Sir J. L. llobinsou. Bart. 

CoritTs OF (irAiiTEU Sessions. — Chair- 
man, the County Judge in each Coiwity, 
who, with one or more Justice." of the Peace, 
holds a Court of (Quarter -Sessions in his 
County four times a year for ;rials by jury in 
cases of felony and misdemeaiior, but treason 
and capital felonies are exemptcvl i'rom thei: 
jurisdiction. 

Becoiideus' CoruTf. — In the Cities of 
Toronto, Hamilton, London, Kingston and 
Ottawa, the IJecordere' C!ourt takes the 
place of the County Sessions, the Justices for 
Counties liaving no jurisdiction in the Cities 
— the care of which is confided to the Ke- 
corder. Mayor, Aldermen and Polite Magis- 
trate of each. Sessions held first Monday in 
March, June, and September, and third 
Monday in December. Recorders — George 
Duggan, Toronto ; James O'Beilly, Kingston; 
Jolin E. Start, Hamilton ; William Horton, 
TiOndon ; J. B. Lewis, Otta\Mi. 

Lvsoi-vEXT Deiitors' Courts. — By the 
" Insolvent Acts of J8^4 and }886," 5J6 and 




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JouiiT. — Commission' 
Superior Courts, and 
may l)e apjiointetl by 

Great Seal. Their 
; clainia to lands in 
at>.'nt lilts issued from 
he i)roi)cr claimants, 
risees, or assignees. 

Monday in January 
Olerk of CmnmiS' 

esided over byarcsid- 
nty. Their jurisdic- 
)nal actions where the 
d do not exceed £50 ; 

to del)t, covenant or 
)unt is nscertuined l>y 
r signature of the de- 
ti .dl bail bonds and 
;iveu in the County 
but not to cases in- 
ids, validity of wills, 
mder, criuj. con., or 

lies to either of the 
•. These Courts also 
o the amount of £50, 
Chancery. 

—The jurisdiction of 
ill testamentary mat- 
the granting or re- 
wills, and lettei's of 

effects of deceased 
or cHects in Ontario. 

out of or connected 
K-ation of j)rol)ate or 
t to an appeal to the 
lie County Judges are 
)gate Courts. Hurra- 
olnnson. liart. 

II Sessions. — Chair- 
[ge in each Coiiiity, 
Justice." of the Peace, 
irtcr iSessious in his 
ir for rials liy jury in 
lenieajior, but treason 
exemptevl ironi their 

, — In the Cities of 
indon, Kingston .and 
s' C!ourt takes the 
iions, the Justices for 
.sdiction in the Cities 
confided to the Ke- 
u and Police Magls- 
held first Monday in 
pteniber, and third 
Jtf.corders — George 
9 O'Reilly, Kingston; 
u ; William Horton, 
)ttaiMi. 

' C!ouRTs.— By the 
4 and }866," 26 and 



28 Victoria, cap. 67, and 29 Vic., cap. 18, 
provision is made " for the settlement of the 
estates of insolvent debtors, for giving effect 
to arrangements between them ami their 
creditors, and for the punishment of fraud. 
In the Province of Quebec tliis enactment 
applies to traders only ; in Ontario, to all 
persons, whether traders or non -traders. In 
these Courts the County Court Judge in each 
County presides — the only appointments 
made in pursuance of this statute being 
those of •' official assignees," who are to be 
nominated "by the Board of Trade at any 
place, or the council thereof, within the 
county or district in which such Board of { 
Trade exists, or in any county or district j 
adjacent thereto in which there is no Board [ 
of Trade." This iuiportant statute is prov- ; 
ing a great boon to the community in en- j 
abling parties, who from unavoidable cir- 
cumstances find themselves paralysed by 
hopeless liability, to obtain relief, and re- ! 
commence business. 

Division Coirias. — For the summary dis- | 
posal of cases by a Judge ; but a jury of live 
persons may be demanded in certain eases. [ 
Their jurisdiction extends to actions of debt | 
or contract amounting to £*25 ; injuries or \ 
torts to personal chattels amounting to £10 ; i 
and jiensonal actions to that amount, if not ; 
excepted from their jurisdiction ; but not to ; 
actions for gambling, dc'its, liquors drunk in \ 
a tavern, or notes of hand given therefor, i 
ejectment, title to land, &c., or any toll, j 
custom, or franchise, will o. settlement, : 
malicious prosecution, libel, slander, crim. 
con., seduction or breach of promise, or i 
actions against a J. P. , or anything done by ! 
him in tlie execution of his otiice, if lie ob- 
jects to it. Each JHdi<'ial district is divided \ 
into court divisions, and courts are held once ' 
in two months in each division, or oftcncr, ; 
at the discretion of tlie Judge. The Divisions [ 
are established by the Courts of Quarter 
Sessions. , 

CuuwN Law Okfickh. — AUo7-,icy-OeneraL 
— Hon. John S. Macdonald, Q. C. 

Okfu'KUs of Tin; Coinirs. — Cfnrks of 
Assize. — The Deputy Clerks of the Crown 
are cx-ojficio Clerks of Assize and Marshals 
iu their respective counties. 

Deputy Vlcrks of tlw Cnwrn. — The Clerks 
of the County Courts will 'be ex-offinio Deputy 
Clerks of the Crown and Pleas of their 
several counties as the i)resent incumbents 
vacate by death or otherwise . 

Depuh/ Hcgistrars and Masters in Clian- 
eery. — These olficcis are iipjiointcd by the 
Court, for each County,asocca.sions requires. 

Clerk of the Process. — For scaling and 
issuing Writs of Kum-'ons and other Wr'ts 
in the Queen's Bench and Conuuou Pleas 
(alterua!aly) — Allan Cameron. Amd. Clerk 



—A. H. B. Wadsworth. The Clerks of th* 
Crown and Pleas at Toronto and the Deputy 
Clerks of the Crown in the several counties 
are supplied with writs from Toronto, and 
re-issue the same iu their respective coun< 
ties. 

Terms of the Cottrts. — Appeal Terms 
commence on the fourth Thursday next after 
Hilary, Easter and Michaelmas Terms. 

Law Terms. — Hilary begins first Monday 
in February, and ends Saturday of the ensu- 
ing week ; Easter begins third Monday in 
May, and ends Saturday of the second week 
thereafter ; Michaelmas begins third Monday 
in November, and ends Saturday of the 
second week thereafter. By the Act 24 and 
30 Vic., cap. 40, Trinity Term, hitherto 
commencing on the Monday after the 21.st 
August, is abolished ; but the same statute 
gives power to the Courts of Queen's Bench 
and Common Pleas, at their discretion, to 
hold sittings in banc in time of vacation 
( xcept long vacation), by virtue of a rale or 
order of the court, respectively, to be made 
in or out of the term for the hearing of such 
special cases or rules for new trials, as shall 
be named in a list to be attached to any such 
rul(! or order ; and for giving of judgments 
in cases previously argued ; and for dispos- 
ing of sue! I other business of the court, as in 
its discrci ion, it shall see fit. Notice of such 
rules to be given in form and manner i)re- 
scribed by the Act, six clear days before the 
day appointed. Long vacation extends from 
1st July to 21st August. 

Court of Chancery. — This Court sits every 
week, except during the Christmas vacation 
from the 24th December to tlui ()tli January, 
and the long vacation from the 1st July to 
the 21st August, on Mondays for hearings, on 
Tuesdays for motions, and on Wi^dncsdays 
for motions for decrees, and on the other 
days upon any adjourned motions, &c., from 
the regular days. 

County Court I'crms commence on the 
first ilonday in January, April, July and 
October, and end the following Saturday. 

CinciTiTS OF Tiiii Conns. — Law Cireuits. 
(."ourts of Assize and Nis! Piius, and of Oyer, 
and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery 
shall be held twice ayeiir in each County or 
union of Counties, in tlie vacation between 
Hilaiy and Easter Terms, and between that 
period of the va-ation after the 21st August 
and Michaelniiis Term, except in the County 
of the City of Toronto and the County of 
York, in each of which counties there shall 
be a third such Court in every year, in the 
vacation between Michaelmas and Hilary 
Terms. There are six (.'ircuits, as follows, 
viz. : — Tiie Eastern : Pembrok,', Perth, 
Brockville, Ottawa, Kingston, Cornwall, 
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CoTDOurg, Whitby, reterboro', LlndsftV, 
Picton. Niagara: Milton, Banie, Hamil- 
ton, Welland, St. Catharines, Owen Sound. 
Oxford: Guelph, Woodstock, Beriin, Strat- 
foixl, Brantford, Cayuga, Siiucoe. Western : 
Walkerton, Gotlerich, Sainia, London, St. 
Thomas, Chatham, Sandwich. Home: 
County of York, Branipt ii, City of Toronto. 
The Courts in each Circuit shall be presided 
over by one of the Chief Justices or Judges 
of the Superior Courts, or in their absence, 
by some one /udge of a County Coiut, or 
some one of Her Majesty's Counsel learned 
in the law, requested by any one of the 
Chief Justices or Judges of the Superior 
Courts to act in that behalf. 

Chancerij SiUiugs — For the Examination 
of AVitnesses and Hcaiing Causes are held 
in the Spring and P'all of eacli year as fol- 
lows : — Toronto, Gotlerich, Stratfonl, Sarnia, 
Sandwich, Chatham, London, Woodstock, 
Simcoe, Guelph, Brautford, St. Catharines, 
Hamilton, Whitby, Cobourg, Banie, Owen 
Sound, Kingston, Brockville, Cornwall, Ot- 
tawa, Belleville, Peterbbro', Lindsay. The 
Courts in each C'ircuit are ])resided over by 
the Chiincellor or one of the Vicc-Chancel- 
lors, or by any one of Her Majesty's Cou:i- 
sel learaed iii the l.iw, requested by the 
rbsncciior or one of the Vice-Chancellors to 
act in that behalf. 

County Court awl Quarter Sessions Sit- 
tings — For the trial of issues of fact, and 
the assessment of damages, on the second 
Tuesday in Slarch, June, September and 
December in each year. The City Sittings 
take place on the first Tuesday of the sai:ic 
months. 

Commissioners in Ontario, for taking Affi- 
davits to be used in Courts of Quebec. — IJobt. 
A. Harrison, Barrister, Toronto; Hichard 
Suelling, Bnirister, Toi'oiito ; I^arrat W. 
Smith, D.C.L., Barrister, Toronto ; James 
Morris, Banister, Toronto; James A. Hen- 
derson, U.C.L., Kingston ; Hon. George 
Crawford, Senator, Brockville; James Jessup, 
Brockville ; J. D. Buell, Brockville ; W. M. 
Matheson ; Geo. Futvoye, Q.C., Ottawa. 

Commissioners in Quebec, /or taking Affi- 
davits to be tised in Co^irts of Ontario.— 
Theodore Doucet, Notary Public, Alon- 
treal ; J. Court, Montreal ; John J. C. Ab- 
bott, Advocate, Montreal ; George Macrae, 
Advocate, ifontreal ; John H. Isaacson, 
Ifotary Public, Montreal ; Wm. B. Lanibe, 
Advocate, Montreal ; Fred. W. Torrance, 
Advocate, Montreal ; P. B. Casgrin, Advo- 
cot«!, Quebec ; Fretlerick C. Vannovous, Ad- 
vocate, Quebec ; Chaa. G. Holt, Q.C., Quebec ; 
J. B. R. Dufresne, Quebec ; Noel Hill Bowen, 
2" otaiy Public, Quebec; George Futvoye, Q.C., 
Ottawa ; Hewit Bernard, Advocate, Ottawa ; 
E. L. Montizambert, Advocate, Ottawa. 



Cmnmissionera in Kngland, for taking Affile 
davits to be iised in Cnmidian Courts. — Chas. 
Bischoff, (Bischoff, Coxe k Bomjias, Solici- 
tors) 19 (Joleman street, London, England ; 
John Morris, (Ashurst, JMorris k Co., Solici- 
tors) 6 Old Jewry, London, England. 

Legal Holidays. — Sundays, New Year's 
Day, Epiphany, Annunciation, (Jootl Friday, 
Ascension, Corpus Christi, St. Peter, St. 
Paul, All Saints, Christmas Day, uu<l any 
day ai)i)oiiited bj' Proclamation for a geneiid 
fast or thanksgiving. 

OITY GOVEENMENT. 

Kl.lXTKl) JANUAllV, 1868. 

Council meets in the City Hall every Mon 
day evening. 

Mayor — Jas. E. Smith, Jlsq. 

St. Andrew's Ward. — Aldermen — Har- 
man, Boulton and Bell. 

St. David's ll'ard. — Aldermen — Hynes, 
Adamsou and Medcalf. 

St. George's Ward. — Aldermen — Smith, 
Vickers and Clements. 

St. James' Wat'd. — Aldermen — Sheard, 
Beard and Henderson. 

St. John's Ward. — Aldermen — Boxall, 
lUddell and the ilayor. 

St. Laa-rencc Ward. — Aldenueu — Stra- 
chan, Thompson and Manning. 

St. Patrick's ^rf7»y?.— Aldermen— Baxter, 
Dickey and Harrison. 



OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 

City Clerk.— '.,lin Cim-. 

Assistant Clerk. — Steplicii llndcliff. 

Assistant Clerks. — F. B. Orris, Robert 
Roddy and Martin Jlerry. 

Chambeilain. — A.' T. McCord. 

Assistant Chamberlain. — M. B. Hicks. 

Assistant Clerks. — John W. Hetherington 
and Wm. Jardiiic. 

License Inspector. — Tlios. Armstrong. 

Assistant License rnsjiector. — Robt. Beard. 

City Emiinrer.—,]»s^\)\\ H. Hennett. 

Assistant in Engineer's Ojlice. — George H. 
Booth. 

Clerk, E. gineer's Office. — Robt. AVilsou. 

Chief Engineer of Fire Brigade. — James 
A,sliHeid. 

Health Officer.— ,ln]m Reed. 

Weigh .Vaster. — Charles Fisher. 

Police Magistrate. — Alexander Macnabb. 

Police Clerk.— ,h T. Nudel. 

Clticf of Police— \V. S. Prince. 

Auditws. — Geo. A. Barber and AVilliani 
R. OiT. 

City Mes-senger. — Charles Daly. 

Assesmrrs. — St. George's Ward — James 
Myers and Heuiy Sproatt. St. James' Ward 
—John Harper and William Murphy. St. 
David's Ward — Jas. Price and Adnni Beatty. 
St. Patrick's Wuiil— Abel Wilcock and David 







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and, for talcing Affit- 
dlan Courts. — C'lias. 
& Boinixis, Solici- 
London, England ; 
lords & Co., Soliei- 
>n, England, 
ula^'s, New Year's 
iatioH, (Jootl Friday, 
sti, St. Peter, St. 
niiis Day, and any 
luiition for a genei-al 



INMENT. 

VUY, 1868. 

^ity Hall every Mon 

. — Aldermen — Har- 

-Aldermen — Hynes, 

-Aldermen — Snutli, 

Aldermen— Slicard, 

Aldenncii — Boxall, 

. — Aldermen — Stra- 

iiig. 
Aldermen — Baxter, 



CORPORATION. 

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.hen IJadcliir. 

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Alet'ord. 

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in W. Hetlierington 

OS. Armstrong. 
rfor.—lUAtt. JJeard. 
Ii H. liennett. 
» ('y//tc.— George H. 

•.— IJol.t. Wilson. 
re Briijade. — James 



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L''s Ward — James 






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Earles. St. Andrew's Ward — IJicliard Has- 
sard and Thonuus Kennedy. St. John's 
Ward — James Sixmee and .fames Kamsay. 
St. I^awrenee Ward— James Davis and Robt. 
Fowler. 

Colhctors.—^t. David's Ward— Charles 
McCatt'rey. St. Lawrence Wanl — Oeorge 
Hulme. St. Andrew's Ward— William J. 
Tunier. St. James' Ward — A. Jardine. St. 
George's Ward— John Nixon. St. John's 
War<l — Andrew Fleming. St. Patrick's 
Ward — .Tohn Henry. 

City VonnierK. — Dr. Hallowell, Dr. Law- 
lor, Dr. Riddel, and Dr. Buehunan. 

Itecordcr. — George Duggiiii. 

Clerk, llfcord«r's Court. — Stephen Rad- 
elifl' (and also (.'lerk of the Peace for the 
Connty of the City «l' Toronto, and a Com- 
missioner for drdiiiii/.s I'otrst.dtcin for the ad- 
ministration of Oiiths of Uttice. 

fiherif.—¥. W. Jarvis. 

Crier. — James Severs. 

Lc.isceji of MarheLs.—Ht. Lawrence and 
Wood Markets, Thoma.s Beatty ; Hay, Fish, 
and Catthf Jfarkets, Robert Guy. 

T/ic Jifordcr's Court is held in the Court 
House, foiu' times in each year — JIarch, 
June, Se])tember, and Dccend.er. 

The I'dllvc Court is in the (dd Mechanics' 
Institute, Court Street. Alexander llae" 
nabb. Police Magistrate. 

Tli4' Police ({/fice, is in the old Mechanics' 
Institute, Court street. 

Tlie Eastern Station Hmi.ie is under the 
Citj' Hall. The Wrstcru Station House is 
on Queen street, between Peter and Brock 
streets. The Vmtije street Station House is 
opiwsite Edward street. 

SrANDiXf) CoMMriTKKs and. Boards if the 
Council of the Cnrjioration of the Ciljj of To- 
ronto, 18t)8. — Finance and Assfs.^wfnt.^\\- 
dermau Ilaniuni, chairman ; Messrs. Adam- 
son, Boxall, Dickey, Henderson, Manning, 
Vickers. 

Board of Worlcs. — Alderman Strachan, 
chairman ; Messi-s. Baxter, Bell, Hvnc.s, 
Eiddell, Sheard, Smith. 
■ Jail Insiicctors. ■ — Alderman Strachan, 
chairman ; Jlessrs. Bell, Boxall, Harrison, 
Medcolf, Sheard, Smith. 

Fire, Water and (ras. — Alderman Thomp- 
son, chairman ; Mcssi's. Beard, Boxall, 
Clements, Harman, Harrison, Medcalf 

Wharves and Harbors. — Aldernian Bell, 
chairman ; Mes.srs. Adamson, Beard, Boxall, 
Clements Diekey, Thompson. 

Lifnises. — Alderman Vickers, chairman ; 
Messrs. Harman, Harrison, Henderson, 
Hynes, Manning, Riddell. 

Walks ttiul. Ourdens. — Alderman Baxter, 
chairman ; Messrs. Boulton, Hynes, Riddell, 
Sheard, Strachan, Vickers. 

Public Buildings. — Alderman Boxall, 
chairman ; Messrs. Adamson, Baxter, Har- 



man, Sheard, Smith, Thompson. 

Public Markets. — Alderman Snuth, chair- 
man ; Me-ssi-s. Boulton, Boxall, Dickey, 
Henderson, Medcalf, Thompson. 

Board oj Health. — Ahlcrman Boulton, 
chairman ; ^fes-srs. Beard, Harrison, Med- 
calf, Riddell, Smith, Thompson. 

Priiitiuij. — .Udernuin Beard, chairman ; 
Jlessrs. IWmlton, Clements, Dickey, ilau- 
ning, Medcalf, Riddell. 

Court of Ji'evisiiiii. — His Worshin the 
^layor ; Aldermen 15axter, Harman, Slieard, 
Smith. 



SCHOOL TRtJSTErS. 
»Sy. Lai'-rcnce IVard. — J. B. Boustead, 
Dr. J, Ross. 

St. David's Ward. — Emerson Coatsworth, 
Dr. H. H. Wright. 

St. James' 7/'(irj(?.— Tames Bain, Waltei' 
S. Lee. 

St. Andrew's Ward. — Hcnrv Godson, 
W. B. McMurrich. 

St. John's Ward. — Arbuckle Jardine, 
Thomas Spence. 

St. tieonic's Ward. — Hon. John McMur- 
rich, Dr. Joseph Adams. 

St. Patrick's Ward. — Alderman John 
Baxter, Dr. W. W. Ogdcn. 

Chairman, John Baxter ; Secretary of the 
Board, George A. Barlwr. Local Superin- 
tendent, Rev. James Porter. 

Schools and Namks of Teaciikrs. — 
St. Lawrence. — Palace St. School. — Head 
Master, M. Gill ; Head Mistress, Miss J. 
Armstrong ; Assistant Teacher, Miss H. 
Wilkinson. 

St. David.— Geovge Street Schocd.- Head 
Mastir, J. F. JcH'ers ; Head Jlistress, Itliss 
M. J. Keown ; Assistant Teacher.s, Miss M. 
Hamilton, Jliss A. L. Arui.strong ; Junior 
Assistants, Miss C. Scarlett, Miss A. Heu- 
ning. 

St. David.— Ihv Park School. — Head 
Master, William Anderson ; Head Mis- 
tress, Mii-s M. Robertson ; Assistant 
Teacher, Mi>-s Boddy ; Junior Assi-stants^ 
Miss M. A. Anker, Miss M. Buik. • 

St. James. — A'ictoiia Street School. — 
Head Ma.ster, W Uiam Spot ton ; Head 
Jlistress, Miss G. Round ; Assistant 
Teachers, Miss M. A. Kennedy, Miss E. 
Kennedy ; Junior A.ssistants, Miss M, 
Robinsim, Mi.ss A. O'Flaghcrty. 

St. John. — Loui.sa Street School. — Heal 
Master, Henry Browne ; Head Mistress, 
J. S. Morrison ; Assistant Teachers, Miss 
L. Py]ier, Miss P. MeGce ; Junior Assis- 
tants, Miss A. Hall, Miss C. Spotton, 

St. .Mvi.— Elizabeth Street School.— 
Head Master, Robert MeCaushind ; Head 
Mistress, Mi.ss AI. fhccnlees ; Assistant 
Teacher, Miss Sarah McBride, Miss S. M, 
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Mefltor, S. McAllister ; Head Mistress, Miss 
M. Ferguson ; Assistant Teacher, Miss Agnes 
Kelloch ; Junior Assistants, Mrs. J. Hamil- 
ton, Miss M. Elliott 

St. Patrick.— VlMhe Street School.'— 
Head Master, Samuel Coyne ; Head Mis- 
tress, Miss C. M. Churchill ; Assisbint 
Teachers, Miss A. Rogers, Miss 0. Dunu ; 
Junior Assistants, Miss E. Frazer, Miss 
Eliza Tliompson, Miss Fanny Lawrence. 

St. Patrick.— Givvns Street School. — 
Head Master, James Anderson ; Head 
Mistress, Miss R. Thoni^Mon. 



TORONTO POST OFnOE. 

Postnuistcr. — .Joseph Lesslie. 

Assiitant Postmisler. — G. H. Backas. 

Clerk. — John H. Davis, John Can-utlici's, 
Alfred Cooper, Alfred Barley, Ayliuer Lang- 
ley, Benj. Langley, Alfrecl Cooke, Josejili 
Saulter, John Forsyth, Areli'd Harsto?:i', 
Henry Falkiuer, Loniild P. Hoss, Williiun 
Wright, Henry Boulter, Chiivh-s 15. Jiutler, 
William Loudon, Aucriistus Wel)lier, B. Al. 
Armstrong, C. .t. AV. Wiuatiinlcy, John 
Monaghan, Cieorge A. Boss, .las. A. Brodie. 

Letter Carriers. — .Tohn McCloskey, John 
Bos.s, Peter Boss, Bobert Stepli.'ns, James 
Alston, John Bazley. 

Box Collectors. — Thos. Crotty, J. Hodg- 
kin.soii. 

Housekeeper and Messenger. — Hy. Walker. 

Assistant Messaiijer. — Geo. Wni. (irolli. 

iNsi'Kci'ou'is oinncK, toko.ntk i>ivi,siux. 
P. 0. Ijw/ixtor. — John Dewti. 
C/nef Clerk. — Wm. ( Uippage. 
Clerks.— \)An\. S|irv, .lohri McLoehlin, K. 
G. Bennett, if. W. .lackson. 
Mcssciujcr. — John Bucliaii. 



CUSTOM HODiB. 

Golhrlnr. — 

Snrmyor and Aii.in.-i CoU-lnr. — Thomas 
C. Scott. 

Ch ief Chrk. - John l")nu!.'I,i.i. 

Olerk.i.-ii. Hciulensdii, C. K. MiU'k.iy, A. 
Munni, .r. Woodliouse, \). Delamere, 1,'iis.sell 
Inglis, Joliu 15-aty. 

A/i/miiii;r. — Ah^Nander Maeiilier.son. 

Chief III, uliiyj iiMilcr. — .1. P. Dunn. 

Lamlimj wm/ers.—T. MeCaithv. H. Siu- 
claii', J. Soaulan, ,1. Cln'istie. .f. VV. llo<;;iiii, 
W. Howe, Bouehette And. I'soii ; J. Mil- 
bourne, Landing waiter at ()Ul]iort Credit ; 
George Watson, Landing waiter at outpoit 
CoUingwood. 

L,wb;rs.~,J Stitt, R. G. A. Paton, Alex. 
Duff. 

^ Messenger aHdJfomekeej)cr.—Wm. Mackay. 



anJkXD SBVENUE OB EXCISE OFFIOB. 

KXCIIANOK BUILUINOS.— OFFICERS. 

Aasiatant Commiattimier. — Alfred Brunei, 
Brock Street. 

District Inspector. — Henry Godson, 200 
KI'dimond Street West. 

fo//ec/<ws.— George P. Dickson, 12 Gerrard 
Street ; James Shaw, WeUington Street. 

Deputy Collectors,-— iohn Morrow, Sjmdina 
Avenue ; U. A. Hartley. 

Eixise Officers. — W. AI. Gome, Exchange 
Buildings ; F. II. Mi(;kleburgh, Temiteranco 
Street ; Maxwell AleCord ; Richard vVoods- 
worth. Church Street ; Angus D. McDonell, 
Dundius streid ; Sanmel Greey, Church 
street ;' R. B. Dixon, (^ueen Street ; John 
McDonnell Campbell, Bay Street; C. T. 
Dixon, 1*2 (Jeniud Street ; P. ftl. Robins, 
Youge Street. 

HARBOR COMMISSIONERS. 

Otficc, Front Street, nearly o])]K)sit<? the 
Custom House, .1. (i. Worts, Ks(|., Chainnan. 

(InminiKslitiiirs iipiminlril l/i/ the Board of 
Trade ~-\\ 1). Harri.s, J. (J. 'Worts. 

Coiniiil-ixioHirn ii'tiiniiiled hif the City Coun- 
cil. — Aid. Smith an<l .^hcai'd. 

Coinmis^i'in-'r i'i':ii>lii/ed by the Oovemmcnt. 

— WilliaMl Ciwl. rl. 

Ifihliir .Mii.^lrr. — Hu;^h Richardson. 

Ikjialij J I arbor Manli'r. — James Smith, 
junr. 

///;//// IlituM ]\,"-,)-r mid Deputy Ifarbor 
Milder (Jiicii'.-t Wharf, liolicrt Kerr. 

TORONTO FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Hiigiiirer.- '.^tuiwH Ashlield ; resi- 
dciii'c, Ho. MTcriipcraiii'c street; otiiee, south- 
west win;; City Hall ImiMiiigs. 

Assi.ifaiit Kiniiiirrr. —Richard Ardiigh; 22 
bninchmeu ; 11 Imok and l.idder men; 1 
bugler; 2 engineers of steam lire engines; 2 
liremen of do. ; 2 dvivere of liorses for do. ; 3 
ili'ivera of liosc carts; a driver of hook and 
lailder truck; 1 caretaker; in all 47 men, 
with (wo steam fire engines, hose carts, hose, 
hoiik ami ladder apparatus, and 7 horses. 

Tii-ii .SV(f//(/H.s'. - No. 1 Station, at Bay 
street Fire Hall, corner of TemiK'rance street; 
No. 2 Stati(m, at Court street Fire Hall. 



METROPOLITAN WATER COMPANY. 

Oflices, 21 and 22 Kxchange Buildings; J, 
Evans, Clerk of the Company; L. G. Bol- 
ster, SuiKjrintendent ; W. H. Stotesbury, 
(Collector. 



CONSUMERS' OAS COMPANY. 

Office, Toronto street, east side. E. H, 
Rutherfonl, President; James Austin, Vice 
I'resident; Hon. Wm. Ikic Master, George 



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EXCISE omoB. 

18. — 0FFICKK8. 

r. — Alfred Brunei, 

pury Godson, 200 

)i(-kson, 12 Gerrard 
llin^oii Street. 
u Morrow, Spadina 

OoiTirt, Exchange 
biirsli, TeniiK'mnco 
Uichai'd Woods- 
ngus D. Mc-Donell, 
Grecy, Clniroh 
ueeii Street ; John 
ly Street; V. T. 
et ; P. M. Kobins, 



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nrly oji))osit<> the 
ts, K.s(|., C'liiiinnan. 
•(/ liif the Board of 
(!. Worts. 
I hfi Uic. City Cmm- 
m\. 
I bi/ Ihfi Government. 

I Hichnrilsoi). 
— Jaiiit's Smith, 

<iit^ Dc.iniJji Harbor 
liobert KeiT. 

iPABTMENT. 

e.s A.slilield ; resi- 
stri'i-t; oHiee, south- 
'liii-s. 

liihiinl Anlagh; 22 
11(1 ladder men ; 1 
Willi lire engines; 2 
of horses for do. ; 3 
liver of hook and 
r; in all 47 men, 
es, hose carts, hose, 
IS. and 7 hoi-se.s. 

Station, at Iky 
'remiM'raiue street; 
ireet Fire Hall. 



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ange Huildings; J, 
iniiy; L. (}. Bol- 
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OOHPANT. 

<!ast side. E. H, 
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Duggan, L. W. Smith, W. Cnwthra, I. C. 
Gilmor, J. T. Smith, J. H. Meml, James 
Henderson, John Eastwood, A. I.iepper, Di- 
rectors; Henry Thomiwon, Manager; \V. H. 
Pearson, Book-kee)>er ; F. D. Whittemore, 
Assistant Book-keeper ; John Henderson, 
Foreman. 



HUBON AMD ONTASIO BHIP CANAL CO. 

F. C. CJapreol, President; Henry Fowler, 
Managing Director; Hon. W. Cayley, Secre- 
tary ; John Hawkshaw and A. M. Kendall, 
of London, Eng., Consulting Engineers ; 
Wni. Sykes, Uesident Engineer. 

CANADA MERCANTILE rROTECTIVE ASSO- 
CIATION. 

Office, 20 Toronto street, Toronto. Pres- 
ident, A. K. Boomer ; Vice President, G. 
Mercer Adam ; Board of Directors, Messrs. 
Joseph Hurd, (Hunl k Leigh), N. C. 
Dull; (Thomiwou & Dulf), Thos. Webb, 
"W. P. Marston, John Kay, G. M. Adam, H. 
"Walton, A. K. Boomer, William Hewitt, J. 
Stovcll, William Straehan, C 9,. Hayman; 
Solicitor, John McBride, Barrister; ilana- 
gera, Messrs. C'upples & Hunter. 



BANKS. 



Bank of Britisli North Avierica, comer of 
Yonge and Wellington streets. S. Taylor, 
Manager ; Ix'wis Alotlatt, Frederick Perkins, 
Local Directoi-s ; Larratt W. Smith, Solici- 
tor ; Tlios. S. Hill, Accountant ; J. A. (Jodd, 
First Teller ; E. Dewar, Second Teller ; Geo. 
Menzies, Discount Clerk ; Robert Bums, 
Ledger KcejKr ; E. W. Syer, John Nichol- 
son, Clerk ; Robert Parks, Messenger. 

Bank of Montreal, eorner of Yonge and 
Front streets. Head Office, Montreal. T. 

B. Anderson, President ; E. H. King, Gen- 
eral Manager. Capital, $6,000,000. Toron- 
to Branch — G' o. W . Yarker, Manager ; 8. J. 
Stammei-s, Accountant ; G. H. Wilson, First 
Teller ; W. Lonson, Second Teller ; Wm. B. 

C. Barber, Third Teller ; J. C. Vankough- 
net. Discount Clerk ; W. G, Telfer, Ledger 
Keei>er (Credit) ; R. B. Crombie, Dejiosit 
Ledger Keej^r ; George Dmmniond, Cash 
Book ; A. P. Tregent, Collections ; J. B. 
Richai-ds, Goveniminit Drafts ; P. McBrien, 
Messenger ; F. Lyons, Porter. 

Bank of Toronto. — Directors, "William 
Gooderham, James G. Woi-ts, Hon. A. A. 
Bumham, \Vm. Cantley, Wm. Eraser, Wm. 
Cawthra, and A. T. Fulton ; Wm. Gootler- 
ham. President ; Jas. G. Worts, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Geo. Hague, (.'ashier ; Hugh Leach, 
Accountant ; Win. Simpson, Inspector ; J. 
T. M. Bumside, Fii-st Teller ; E. Covrdry, 
Second Teller ; "W. R. Wadsworth, Assistant 
Accountant ; F. Cayley, Discount Clerk ; D. 



Camplwll, I^^dger Kcejwr ; John Adams, 
Collection Clerk ; O. W. Hodgntts, Assistant 
Discount Clerk ; A. J. G. Maddison, C. J. 
Page, and A. Beatty, Cierks. Bank, comer 
of Wellington and Church streets. 

Bank of Uj>iter Canada. — Trustees' Office, 
Ontario Hall, Church striH't. 

Canadian Bank oj Cwrtwicrcc— Opened 
May 1st, 1867. Hon. WiU; .m McMaster, 
President ; Henry S. Howland, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; R. J. Dallas, Cashier ; "W. A. Samp- 
son, Accountant ; W. G. Boswell, Firet 
Teller ; J. H. Plumber, Second Teller ; W. 
J. Robeiison, Assistant Accountant ; B. C. 
Miller, Transfer Clerk ; Louis A. Le Pan, 
Discount Clerk ; L. B'/lster, Ledger Keeper ; 
A. W. r. Throop and R. O. Greet, Clerks ; 
J. Blackwell, Messenger ; J. McCaw, Porter. 

City Bank, Montreal — South-west comer 
of Bay and Wellington streets. John Moat, 
Manager ; W. A. Meny, Inspector ; John 
Legge, Accountant ; George "W. Manning, 
Teller ; W. C. Kennedy, Discount (.'lerk ; 
Clifton Shears, Ledger Keeper ; J. Ardiil, 
Messenger. 

Merchants' Bank, 13 Wellington Street 
east. Jiimes G. Harper, Mannger ; John C. 
Kemi', Secretary ; F. Cre.sswell, Accountant; 
V^^. Scadding, Teller; John Moffiitt, Dis- 
count Clerk ; D. Miller, Clerk ; J. Hender- 
son, I^Iessenger. 

Ontario Bank, Corner of Wellington and 
Scoti Streets. A. Fisher, Manager ; Hon. 
Wm. P. Howland, C. li., Local Director ^. 
Patton, Osier & Moss, Solicitors ; J. H. 
Woodman, Accountant ; George Hamilton, 
Ledger KeejM^r ; J. F. Feilde, Paying Teller ; 
R. C. Jennings, Receiving Teller ; W. H. 
Holland, Discount Clerk ; G. Lovekin, Jun- 
ior Clerk ; F. Guest, Messenger. 

Quebec Bunk. — Bank of Toronto Building. 
R. H. Bethune, Manager ; J. Price, Account- 
ant ; J. H. Kane, Teller ; J. H. Miller,. 
Ledger Keeper ; Wm. Nicholls, Clerk, 

Royal Canadian Bank. — Discount days, 
each day. Capital, §2,000,000 ; Incorp 
nted 1865. A. M. Smith, President 
Woodside, Cashier ; Bank on Toronto Street. 



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SAVINOS BANKS. 

Government Post Office Savings Bank. — 
Office at Toronto Post Office. 

Toronto Savings Bank. — Office, 72 Church 
Street, William J. Macdonnell, Manager ; 
James Mason, Teller. 

Merchants' Savings Bank, Wellington 
Street, in connection with the Merchants' 
Bank of Canada. Capital, $6,000,000. J. 
G. Harper, Manager. 

Interest at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum will be allowed on all deposits of 
four dollars and npwards. 



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Interest will commence from the day of 
tlejKJsit nml allowed to the dute of witlidiawnl. 
Deposits may be witlidiawu ut any time ut 
the i>leiisnre of the deiHi8it<ir. 

Dei»o8itors of one hundred dollms and 
upwardH may obtain a higher mtc of interest 
by a KiK'ciul arningunR'nt, the i)articular8 of 
which will be made known on aiiplieation. 

BUILDINQ, SAVINGS ANC INVESTMENT SO- 
CIETIES. 

Fi-rrhohl I'l'mianml BiuliUmj and Suviiujs 
HocMn. — IncoriMti-ated Jlay, 1859, imr- 
suant to till' Act of the Trovinciiil Legis- 
lature, itth Victoria, ihaptfr 90, and amend- 
ments. Ollice, corner of Clmn-h and Court 
streets, ('apital, $500,000, in shares of *100 
each. Hen. William MeJIiistcr, rvMulent ; 
■Tames Michic, Esq., Fkc-I'i<:iidciif. ; Charles 
Kobertson, Sccrctan/ ; John Leys, Soluitur; 
"W. U. Taylor, Cmhkr: 1{. IJ. Cathron, 
Jiookkccpei: JJiiedois—Maw. Wm. McMas- 
ter, Hon. Wm. P. Howland, James JHehie, 
L. Heyden, Alexander Murray, James Aus- 
tin, A. T. Fulton. BdHkers — Hank of Mon- 
treal. 

Canada Pcrumnmd liuihlinfi and Sni-iiiffs 
,Soe<rf(/,— Incorpoiuted by authoritv of par- 
Parlianu-nt. Cajntal, iiSl,100,000. "invested 
on Real Estate, $1, -100, 000. Annual Income, 
$400,000. Office, Miwonie H:dl, Toronto 
Street, Toronto. Board of Dircclore — Jo- 
seph D. Ridout, I'rcsidenf; Peter Paterson, 
Vice-President; James (}. Worts, Edward 
Hooper, Samuel Nordheimer, Joseph Koliiii- 
«on, W. e. Chewett, UA)., E. H. Kutlier- 
foixi ; Jonas Ap Jones, Solicitor; ,f. HerlR'rt 
Mason, Secretary and Treasurer. Bankers — 
Hank of Toronto ; IJank of Montri-al. 

Commercial Building and Savinf/s Society. 
— The Hon. John McMurrich, President; 
John Bui is, Vice-President ; John Rains, 
{Secretary ami Treasurer. Office, eor. Yonge 
and Adelaide streets. 

Tlie Provincial Permanent Buildiny ami 
Savings' Society.— Directors. — A. Thornton 
Todd, Es(iuire, President; C. S. Ozowski, 
Es(iuire, Vice-President ; C. J. Camjibell, 
Esquire, F. W. Cumlievland, Esquire, 
Manager, Northern Railway, W. luce. 
Esquire, Messrs. F. and 0. i'erkins & Co. 
Herbert Mortimer, Esquire. Solicitors.— 
Messi's. Patton, Osier & Moss. Bankers. — 
Bank of British North America. City 
and County VuliuUor. — C. Unwin, P.L.S. 
Auditors. — W. B. Phipps and R. Spreull. 
Secretary and Tratsurer. — E. Bradl)ume. 
Offices. — Head Office, Toronto street, Toron- 
to, (first door South of the Post Office). 

Unutn Permanenf. Buildimj and Savings 
Society. — Incorporated uudurthe Act of the 
Parliament of Canada. Office 80 King street 



west. Directors — F. Riehni-dson, President ; 
A. Lepper, Vice-Pn'sident ; A. Henderson, 
T, Hcnning, 1. C. (Jilnior, J. C. Fiteh, fSeo. 
(loulding, ; Wm. Mortimer Clark, Stdicitor ; 
Wm. Pyjier, Secretary and Trensurer ; tho 
liank of Montreal, Banker. 

JVrsteni Canada, Permanent Baildiny and 
Saritujs Society, Toronto. — Ineoiiwnitwl by 
authority of Parliament. Capital ^250,000, 
in shares of ?50 each ; dividend payable in 
Januaryand.Inly. Directors — Hon. Oeo. W. 
Allan, Senator. President; Jeremiah Carty, 
Vice-J'resident ; John Worthington, Francis 
Shanly, Wm. (looderham, .lames. E. Smith, 
Hon. 1), L. Macplierson, Senator; Solicitors, 
Hon. J. B. Robinson, W. H. Beatty (of the 
firm of R(d)in.son, Beatty & ( 'hadwiek) ; 
Bankers, Bank of Toronto ; Secretari/ and 
Treasurer, Walter S. Lee, Office, No. 70 
Church street ; Book-keeper George T, 
Williamson. 

Metroitolitan Permanent Building Society. 
— InooriKU-atcd pursuant to Acts of Provin- 
, cial Parliament. Hon. William Caylej', 
j President; Frank Shanly, of Toronto, P. L. 
S., Vice-President ; Mathew Crooks Came- 
I ron, Solicitor ; James Eraser, See. nnilTreas. ; 
Office, 5 King street west, (n<'.\t door to 
Fulton, Michie k Co.) Shares, $r,0 each, 
payable either in advance, or by monthly in- 
.sUilments of $4 per share, ami a dejwsit of 
.?2 per share at time of entering. New mem- 
bers may come in at any time. No entrance 
money or management fee. A discount of 
§1 50 per share allowed when payment is 
made in advance. 

LOAN, LAND AND CREDIT OOUPANIES. 

Canada Land and Credit Cow/niny — 
Ineorpomted by Act of Parliament, 1858. 
Cajiital, $1,000,000. Subscribed capital, 
i?500,000. President. —Lewin Moffiitt, E.s<i. 
Vice-President. -Hon. W. P. Howland, M.P. 
Jhm-fors.—T\u'. Hon. 0. W. Allan, M.P. 
William Alexander, F's(iuire ; The Hon. 
Ocorge Brown ; The Hon. Asa A. Burn- 
ham ; Richard L. Denison, Ksquire ; C. S. 
Gzow.ski, Ksquire ; Hon. AV. P. Howland, 
M.P. ; Lewis Moflatt, Fjiquire : Hon. Wil- 
liam McMaster, M.P. ; J, B. Osborne, 
F'squire ; Samuel Spreull, Esquire ; Larratt 
W. Smith, I'^squire, D.C.L. Bankers. — 
Messi-s. Smith, raync and Smiths, London ; 
Bank of Comnu'rce, Toronto. Solicitor. — 
Stephen Maule Jarvis, Esquire. Auditors, 
— William Wilkinson, I'^qiiire, Charles 
Robertson, E.s(]^uire. Secretary.-— John Sy- 
mons. Esquire. Head Office, 22 King street, 
Toi-onto. London Agency. — Messrs. Bruu- 
ton and Son, 32 Cornhill, liondon, E.t!. 

Canada Jjand and Emigration Com,' 
pany. Limited. — Office. — Toronto Bank 
Buildings. Capital, £250,000stg. Secretary. 



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ihnnlson, President ; 
!iit ; A. Hi'mlerHon, 
r, J. ('. Fitili, fSeo. 
HT Clark, Solicitor ; 
imd Trciwiirer ; the 
ki.T. 

(tticnt Baililhifj and 
>. — IncoriKtnitwl l)y 

Ciil.ital 92r.0,000, 
livi(l(!iid iMiyuble in 
torn — Hon, (!t'o. W, 
f ; .I*ri'iuiiih ( 'arty, 
oithingtoii, Fnincis 
, .laini'S. K. Siiiitli, 
Senator ; SoUcitwa, 

H. Ikatty (of the 
Ity k ( Iiadwiik) ; 
iito; Srartfiiji and 
ce, OIHcp, No. 70 
rvjwr r.i'orgc T. 

(/ Uin'fdiiir/ Soci'rfi/. 

to Afts of I'rovin- 

Williani Caylej', 

, of Toronto, P. L. 

lew (.'rooks t'anie- 

ser, Sec. andTren.H. ; 

^('st, (next door to 

Shares, 850 eaeli, 

, or hy montlily in- 

i; and a dejKjsit of 

tmiiig. Ncwniem- 

tinie. No entrance 

L'e. A discount of 

I wlieu ixiynieut is 

IDIT COMPANIES. 

Credit C'miifxini/ — 
Parliament, 1858. 
iuhscrilK'd eajiital, 
ewis jMoHatt, Kwi. 
. P. Howland, U. P. 
. W. Allan, M.P, 
quire ; The Hon. 
m. Asa A. Ihirn- 
n, Ksfiuire ; ('. H. 
W. P. Howland, 
<l«ir(' : Hon. Wil- 
•T. H. Osliorno, 
Ksipiire ; Larmtt 
C'.L. Jiaukers. — 
Smiths, Loudon ; 
unto. Solkilor. — 
sipiire. AwlUors, 
I'^iiuirc, Charles 
••clarii. — John Sy- 
ice, 22 King street, 
!/. — Messrs. Bruii- 
London, K.(.;. 

Emiif ration Com' 
— Toronto Bank 
lOOstg. tSecretar;/. 



— C. .L Hlomfield, Kh<(. lUrcctors. — Messrs. 
F. H. Heward, C. .]. CamplM-ll. l!rsif/nit 
A(jrM. — Alex. Niven Halihurtou. Holt- 
eitors. — Mess4"s. Crooks, Kingsmill and <-'at- 
tanaeh. 

Colonial Sfcnritl Vomjiain/ of Lon- 
don, Ertfjlnnd. — Capital. — £500,000 ster- 
ling. JJimtors in (.'nnnda. — ^. H. Hew- 
nni, Ksijnire ; .John ( 'ayley, Ksquire ; A<hiui 
Crooks, Msijuire. Invests money upon secu- 
rity of improved farm lands or good city 
proiJerty for live years, at moileiiite rates of 
interest ; charges not to exceed 30 dollars on 
new loans nua 20 dollars on renewed loans. 
De]H)sits on aee(mnt of principal taken at 
a hxed rate of interest. For lurther infor- 
mation apply to H. .J. LT. Chii>man, Ksquire, 
Secretary, Toronto, or to any of the Com- 
|)any's valuei-s in Ontario. Olficf.. — Kilin- 
fmrgh Life Assurance IJuilding, Wellington 
Street, Toronto. 



Major Shaw ; Secretary ami Treasurer, Wm. 
Kdwanls ; Directors, Alderman Strachan, 
Cai»t. Houstcnd, P. ArnistroTig, Rice Lewis, 
Col. li. L. Denison, Janu-s Fleming, H. C. 
Thomson. 

This society hohls a Summer Kxhibition of 
Horticultural Products, and a Fall Exhibi- 
tion of .\giienltural, and Meelmnical Pro- 
ducts. 

Membershii), SLOO i)er ainiuni, admitting 

. to all " " 

bitious. 



:Member and i.ady to all the Society's Exhi- 



AORIOTJLTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL 
SOCIETIES. 

Provincial Atfrirultnral Asiorlation.. — 
Officrrs /or 18(58.— Thomas Stock, Water- 
down, rnsidcnf ; .lames Nimmo, Kingston, 
ls< Vicc-Prrnidfnt ; -John Walton, Peterboro', 
2nd Vicf-Prrsidrnt ; l\. L. Denison, Toronto, 
Trca.tinrr. Si'rretariex — Hugh (.', Thom- 
son, Toronto, Seci'etaiy of the IJoard of Ag- 
riculture ; W. Kdwards, Toronto, Secretary 
of the Doard of Arts and Manufactures. Pro- 
fessor Croft, University College, Consulting 
I'hemist ; Andrew Smith, L. K. V. C, Vet- 
erinary Siu'geon and Iteferee ; James Flem- 
ing, Toronto, Seeilsman ; IJankers, Hank of 
British Nortli America ; W. A. Coole}', (!eu- 
cral Sui>erintcndentof the K.xhibition ; James 
Fleming, SujK'rintendent of Crain, Poots, 
and the Horticultural Dejmi-tment. 

The Board of Agriculture, consisting of 
the following members, constitute the Coun- 
cil of the Association between the Annual 
Meetings thereof. 

Hon. I). ChrLstie, Brautford, President ; 
IJon. Asa A. Burnham, C(d)ourg, Vice-Pre- 
sident ; The Hon. the Commi.ssioner of Agi'i- 
culture ; 1{. L. Denison, Toronto ; W. Fer- 
guson, M.P.P., Kingston ; Hon. George 
Alexander, Woodstot;k ; Dr. Bichmond, 
Gaiianoque ; F. W. Stone, Guelpli ; J. C. 
Eykert, St. Catharines ; Professor Buckhmd, 
"^'oroiito ; Bev. Dr. Kyerson, Chief Superin- 
tendent of Kducation, Ontario ; Dr. Beatty, 
Cobourg ; Hugh C. Thomson, Secretary, To- 
ronto. 

Tormdo Horticultural .S'ociX//.— President, 
Hon. G. W. Allan ; Secretaii<'s, George Les- 
lie and Walters. Lee ; Treasurer, Jas.E. Ellis. 

City of Toronto Electoral Divinion Society. 
President, John Grey ; Ist Vice-President, 
George Ijeslie, Jr. ; 2iul Vice-President, 



C'riviida West poultry Ansm-ialion. — Oflfi> 
eers for 18t!8 : President, Allan McLean 
Howard, E-sq. ; Vice-President, Alexander 
Macnabb, Esq., Police Magistmte ; Hononuy 
Secretary, J. E. Ellis, Esq., of the Canada 
Farmer ; Treasurer, John JIcDonahl, Esq., 
County Treasurer; Auditors, G. D. James, 
Ks(i., and T. Mcl.ean, Esii. ; Committee, 
Lieut. -Col. Hassard, Bice Lewis, Esq., A. 
McL. Howard. Es(i.,P. Armstrong, Esq., B. 
A.Wood, Estp, John McDonald, Esq., Comity 
Treasmer, J. K. Withers, Es»|., B. Bull, Esq., 
T. .McLciiii, Es(i., J. Beswick, Esq., 0\ 
Sliivers Birchall, Esq., James Gmham, Esq. 

Meetings of the Association are held on tlio 
lirst Thursday in each mouth at tie Agri- 
cultural Hall, corner of Yonge and Queen 
streets. 



BENEVOLENT AND CHARITABLE INSTITU- 
TIONS. 

Provincial Lunatic Asylum— \^ 24 miles 
from the I'ity Hall, on (iueeii .street. l*ro- 
jHMty vested in the Crown. The institution 
IS now under the management and sup^wrt 
of the Local (tovernment of Ontario, who 
frame by-laws for its government, and ap- 
]ioint an Inspector to thoroughly examine 
the Asylum ami r. ))ort to His Excellency 
the Lieutemvnt-Govi riior. The admis.sioii of 
patients is regulated by Cap. 122, Con. Stat. 
U. C., which requires that the patient be 
examined by three licensed medical prac' 
titionei-s, verified by Peeve or Mayor, col- 
lectively, who certify to the in.saiiity. 

Olticeis of the Institution —Medical Sui)er- 
intendent, Joscnli Workman, M.D., Assist- 
ant Phy.sician, B. Workman, M.D. ; Clinical 
Assistant, J. Workman, Jr.; Bursar, J. 
McKirdy ; Steward, James Henry ; Matron, 
Mary Ann Parkes. 

Note. — A Branch of this Asylnnihas been 
establisluHl in the old University Building, 
under the same management, llobt. Blair, 
' Steward ; Eliza Blair, Matron. 

Toronto General Hospital. — Trustees : Hon. 
Justic e Wilson, Chirirman ; E. H. Ruther- 
ford ; J. Merrick (appointed byGovernmeut) ; 
John McDonald (api)ointe<l by the Board of 
Trade) ; Alderman Boxall (appointed by the 
\ City Council.) 






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r/w Orpham' Home mui FVmah Aid So- 
cUty, T<mnUo.—¥stnbM\ed iu 1853. Situ- 
atctl on Sullivan street Ih under tin- i>atn»n- 
age of tlie Churcli of Knglimd, ninl at i)rt'fM'nt 
haa 26 girU and 3(i Itoys iu nttt-ndancc. 
Officers of the Soticty— I'atroncsH, Her Ex- 
cellency Lady Mon(!k ; Visitor, Lord Bishop 
of Toronto ; First Directress, Airs. Murray ; 
Second Directress, Mrs. Vankmiglinet ; Trea- 
surer, Mrs. Kingston ; .^Uicretary, Mrs. Ilos- 
kins ; Chaplain, Arrhdcacou Fuller ; Med- 
ical Officer, Dr. Ogdcn. Coniinittee of 
Council— Rev. S. Lett, Ven. Archdi'acon 
Fuller, D.D., Messrs. J. Criikmorc, M. 11. 
Vankouglinet, K. A. Harrison, Andrew 
Fleming, and such of the C'hurithwardens of 
Churches within the City of Toronto, as are 
members of the CoriM)ra' Ion. Matron, E. 
M. Large. 

ffmuie 0/ Provuktife—Vowr street. Un- 
der the direction of the Sisters of St. Joseph. 

Sui^erior. — Mother dc ("hantel. 

Number of Sisters, 16 ; orphans, 240 ; j 
infirm, blind, lame and incurables, 110 ; 
'leaf and dumb in the school of the iusti- j 
tUtc, 9. 

Toront-o ffmise of fiuhiMrif. — PIstablished 
in 1837, corner of Elizabeth and Ehn streets. 

Officers for 18«8.— Rev. Dean H. .1. 
Grasett, Chnirniiin ; l-Idward Hubson, Esq., I 
Deputy Chairman ; Henry Rowsell, Esq., 
Treasurer; Rev. A. .T. Brouglmll, Secretary. 

Ward Visitors. — For St. Lawren(!e Ward, 
Mr. W. J. MacDonell, 50 Front street ; for 
St. David's Ward, Hon. d. W. Allan, Mo.ss ' 
Park ; for St. James' Ward, Mr. John Sliea, 
109 Seaton street ; for St. (Jeorge'.s Ward, 
Rev. Alex. Williams, 22 Mercer street ; for 
St. Andrew's Ward. Mr. .1. Tyner. 117 
Yonge street ; for St. John's Ward, Mr. E. i 
Hobson, 5 Agnes street ; for St. Patrick's | 
Waiti, Kev. A. J. Hroughull, St. Stephen's 
Parsonage ; Mr. Chas. Duckett, General 
Superintendent. j 

■The Weekly Committees meet on'Tuesdays 
and Fridays, at 9 o'clock a.m. 

The Ik vrd or Miuiagers meet on the third 
Thursday of each month, at half-past 3 : 
o'clock, p.m. 

Bw/s' /ToHM!.— Locatetl oast side of George j 
near Gerrard street. For the training and 

niaintenance of destitute boyd not convicted ; 

•of crime. | 

Boanl of Management. — Lady Patron- ' 
«Sses, Mrs. Stisted and Mrs. Draper ; Direc- \ 
tresses, Mrs. McCutcheon, Mrs. Watson, i 
Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. Hodgins, Mis. Gzowski, 
Mrs. John Ridout, Mrs. Cosens, Mra. David- 
«on; Treasurer, Mrs. MulhoUand; Secretary, 
Mrs, A. H. Coulson ; Managers, Mrs. E. 
Baldwin, Mrs, Beardmorc, Mrs. lirunskill, 
Mrs. Beard, iTrg. Crombie, Mrs. Cosens, Mrs. 
A. H. Coulson, ."Irs. Dunlop, Mrs. Davidson, 



Mrs. Fn-tdand, Jfin. Grasett, Mrs. C. 
Gamble, Mrs. Gzowski, Mrs. U. Gilmour, 
Miss Oortlon, Mrs. Hodgins, Mrs. Hagarty, 
Mrs. James Leslie, Mrs. Mc^Cutcheon, Mra. 
Mulhollaml, Mrs. W. B. McMurrich, Miaa 
V-'teliell, Miss Michie, Mrs. Uyerson, Mrs. 
Rutherford, Mi-s. John Ridout, Mrs. James 
Strailian, Mrs. A. M. Smith, Mm. D. Wil- 
son, Mrs. Watson, Miss E. Wilson ; Honor- 
ary Maiiager.s, Mrs. (J. W. Allan, Mra. John 
Baldwin, Mrs. Cawthni, Mra. 1. (". (iilnior, 
Mr.s. Henniug, Mrs. Lewis Motl'at; Solicitor, 
('. Robin.soii, Ks4|. ; Medi(;al Oliicer, James 
'rii'irliurn, M. 1). ; Bankers, Bank of 'ioronto; 
Malroii, Mrs. Muino. 

Oirfs' Iftmie, nnd J'lilih'f Xiirnfrif. — Ijocated 
on SherlHiurne street. Boanl of Managers for 
]8(i8.—Hiinoiary Member, Mra. Wni. Elliott; 
1st Directress, Mrs. McCa;il ; 2nd do., Mrs. 
A. ]{. McMa.ster ; lirddo., Mrs. R. (Jilmour ; 
Secretary, Miss Elliot ; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Kerr ; Treasurer of Building Fund, Mrs. 
Ca-ssidy. 

Lifiiiif-iii Jfivfjyifal, — Located at the cort 
iier ot Richmond and Slie])lierd streets. Is. 
DirertresH, Mrs. Gnisett ; 2nd do., Mrs- 
Hoddiu- ; Tifiisiirer, Mrs. Cumberland ; 
S(!crctary, Mrs- J. Ridout ; Matron, Mrs. 
Black. 

Toronto Anrfidalmr A/iyfvm. — Yonge Rt, 
Yorkville, north of Toll (Sate. Office Bear- 
ers. — ^Honoraiy Visiting Managers, Mrs, J. 
Baldwin, Airs. McCntcheon, Mi-s. Blake, 
Airs. Top)) ; Directn-sses, Airs. Dunlop, Mrs. 
AIcMurridi, Airs. Alcorn, Mrs. Frceland ; 
Treiwurer, Mi-s. James Ij^'sslie ; Secretary, 
Airs, ThdMias Ewart ; Visiting Physician, 
Dr, Robinson. 



NATIONAL S0CIETIB8. 

St. Oeorife's Sofirfy. — Instituted for the 
relief of sit-k and Jestitnte Englishmen and 
their descendants. Established 1836 ; Incor- 
])onitcd 1858. Ofiice-hcnreiii, 1868: Presi- 
dent— ,](i\\n Crit^kniore ; Vkc-Prcsidenta — 
Ist. James K. Day; 2nd. Lewis Gordon; 
3rd. S. (}. WocmI. V/uiplai7iJf~Ui'v. I*ro. 
vost Whiti.kej-, ALA., l{ev. W. S. Darling, 
riiijsiviitHs — Dr. Benynian. Dr. Howell, Dr. 
TemiHst. 'J'rrif.turcr—E. Bradburne. SeC' 
rctarji — H. Afortitnt-r. Committee — Messrs. 
F. Bisioe, W. T. Boyd, Robert Cox, W, 
Deuyer, S. Hammond, F. Osier, Thomas 
Shaw. .%wrt7Trf.v— Alcssrs. C. J. Blomfield, 
A. R. Boswell, Geo. C^hanter, Joseph Hurd, 
(«eo. L. Aladilison, W. R. Nursey, Aitdi- 
/w»— Alessrs. H. Pellatt and William Hope. 
Mardml — .Tames Hunl. Staiuiard Bearers— 
Alessrs. John Symonds and H. Jackman. 

St. ! Andrmo's Societ.i/.— Lint of officers 
of the St. Andrew's Sotdety of the City of 
Toronto, in the County of York and I'ro- 
vince of Ontario :—/^e»Mfc;U— The Hon'ble 



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(Jmiiett, Mm. C. 

MrR. U. (Silmour, 
(ins, Mn». llngiirty, 

Mi^('ut(rli('on, Mm. 
McMiirrich, Miaa 
Mn. Uycraoti, Mn. 
Hitloiit, Mi8. Jiiiiies 
iiiitli. Mi-8. 1). Wil- 
K. Wilson ; Honor- 
is'. Alliiii, Mra. .lolin 

Mrs. I. ('. (iilnior, 
is Motlat ; Solicitor, 
lioal Ollii-cr, .iHines 
rs, Htinkot Toronto; 

Niirsfr^l. — Ijocnted 
oaiil of Alaniittcra for 
r, AliH. Win. Klliott; 
'a;il ; '2iul ilo., Mrs. 
, Mrs. R. (Jilmour ; 
; TronHun'r, Mrs. 
lilding Fund, Mrs. 

r,o«;ati'<l at the cort 
u']ilii!i(l .streets. Is. 
tt ; 2n(l lie, Mrs- 
Mrs. Cuinl>t;rland ; 
lout ; Mstron, Mrs. 



mihim. — Yonjfe St, 

(Jate. Oftiecr Bear- 

Manngers, Mrs. J. 

•lieon, Mi-s. Klake, 

I, Mrs. Dunlojt, Mrs. 

rn, Mrs. Freeland ; 

Iji'sslie ; Secretary, 

Visiting rhysieiim, 



3C1ETIB8. 

— Instituted for the 
ntc Knglislmicn and 
blishod 1836; Incor- 
irem, 1868: Presi- 
; Vice-Presidents — 
lid. Ix'wis Gonlon ; 
mplni?ts — Kev. I*ro- 
fev. W. S. Darling, 
an. Dr. Kowell, Dr. 
L IJradlmriie. See- 
CoiiimUlee — Messrs. 
il, Robert Cox, W. 

F. Osier, Thomas 
rs. C. J, Klomfield, 
inter, Joseph Hurd, 
R. Nursey. Aitdi- 
and William Hope. 
Staiuiard Benrers— 
rid H. .Tavkman. 
I. — List of officers 
niety of the City of 

of York and l*ro- 
Mfc/U— The Hon'ble 



David L. Ma<!iiher8on, Senator ; \st Vice- 
President, Mr. Kolteri Hay ; '2iid Vice-Presi- 
dent, Mr. W. Mortimer Clark ; Managers — 
Messrs. John Paterson, W. Mitchell, J. 
Kitehey ; Chaplains — Rev. John llarilay, 
D.D., Rev. John Jennings, D.I)., Rev. A. 
Topp; Physicians — James Thorbum, M.I)., 
J. L. Lizars, M.D. : Treasurer — Mr. Fsaac 
C. Oilmor ; Secietaiy — Mr. James H. Mor- 
ris ; Committee of Accounts — Mt-ssrs. W. 
B. McMunich, John Paterson, A. Mc- 
Pherson ; Standard Bearers — Messi's. T. 
M. Pringle, (Jeorge McMurrieh, J. 1). 
Edgar, R. Maitland. Tlu; Society holds 
quarterly meetings every year, viz.: — 
On the second Thursday in February, May, 
August and Novenilier, the Inst of wliich is 
called "The Meeting preitai-atory to the 
Anniversary Assembly." Tliirteen ineml)ers 
constitute a quorum. Otiicei's to be chosen 
annually from among the resident members 
at the PrejNiratory Meeting, and to be in- 
stalled on the Festival of St. Andrew next 
ensuing. 

St, Patrick's Society. — Oflice-Bearei-s for 
1867-8.— 7VMirf«i<— Frank Slmnley. — TiVr;- 
PresidfiUs — 1st. Frank Smith ; 2iid., John 
A. Donaldson. Treasurer, Thos. Maclear ; 
Corrcspo^iding Secretary, William Halley ; 
JUording Secretary, Cliarles V. WarmoU ; 
Assf. Secretary, Jno. Donaldson. Committee 
of Management, Thos. Wilson, J. D. Merrick, 
James KeiT, Robert Sullivan, A. McMustcr, 
William McMoster, John Canavan, John 
O'Douohoe, John (-'an, J. B. Cook, Lieut. - 
Col. Gilnior, Aldennan Dickey, Robert 
Wilkes, L. G. Bolster, George Harding, 
Thomas McCrosson ; Stewards, Lieut. -Col. 
Gilmor, Robert Sullivan, J. D. Merrick, 
Major McMaster, Alderman Dickey, R. A. 
Harrison, J. B. Cook, and several others. 
Meetings: Committee Meetings held eveiy 
Monday Evening, at 4 p.m., at th(^ Office of 
the Society, for tlie transaction of the Special 
Business of the Society. Applications for 
aid received only at these meetings. Monthly 
Meetings — First Friday in every month. 
Quarterly Meetings — tirst Friday in every 
third month, including every Third Monthly 
Meeting, both held for General litisiiiess of 
the Society. Annual Meeting — 17th March. 
Election of Officers — First Monday in March 
in every year. 



SOIEMTinO AMD REUOIOUS IHBTITnTIOMS. 

Toronto Mechanics' Imtitule. — Officers for 
1868— President, Hon. G. W, Allan ; Ist 
Vice-President, W. P. Marston ; 2nd Vi(!e- 
President, D. Spry ; Treasurer, W. Edwai-ds ; 
Directors, C. W. Bunting, W. P. Marston, K. 
E. Clarke, William Halley, John Withrow, 
W. H. Sheppard, R. W. Elliott, F. W. 
Cumberland, Thomas Davison, Thomas 



McCrosson, H. Langley, N. L. Pijwr, (liaa. 
Carnegie. Ricliard Lewis, Secretary ; Wm. 
Ellingsworth, KeeiH-r. 

Voun/f Men's Christian Associtition. — 
Rooms, 34 Kinp street east. Free Reading 
Room, o)>en daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Meetings. — Wi-ekly Meeting, for devo* 
tional exercises, reading essays, and discus* 
sion then'on, every 'Juesday evening, at 
eiglit o'chM'k. Prayer Me*!ting every Satur- 
day evening from 8 to 9 o'cfoik. Cottage 
Prayer Meetings are held every week m 
Berkeh'y Street Fire Hall — on Britain street, 
Sayer street, &c. Bible (Mass every Sabbath 
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Bethel Service held 
every Sabbath aftenioon (during season of 
navigation) on Ixiard steamer "City of To- 
ronto," Yoiigf! street wharf. Young men 
are cordially invited to visit the iiooms, and 
attend the weekly meetings and Bible Class. 
Persons desirous of joining the Association 
can obtain lorms of a]ijilication for mem))er- 
shij), in accordance with Article I of By- 
laws, at the Rooms, or from the Recording 
Secretary. 

OHicei-8 for 1867-68— President, Daniel 
Wilson, LL.D. ; Vice-Presidents, Robert 
Baldwin, James Carlyle, M.D., B. Homer 
Dixon, K.N.L., (Seorge Hague, John Mac- 
donaUi, Robert Walker ; Corresponding Sec- 
retary, J. C. Hamilton, M.A. ; Recording 
Secretary, Walter B. Copp ; Titmsurer, John 
K. Macdonald ; Librarian, F. W. Kingstone ; 
Dire(!tois, Wm. Andeison, W. J. Moq)hy, 
Win. Grainger, John J^aird, Geo. Chaffey, 
Jr., Richard Fairdoth, W. J. Roliertson, E. 
J. Joselin ; John Beattie, City Missionary ; 
Wm. Robinson, Assistant Librarian, 34 King 
street eitst, hoiise same. 

Uj)}M;r Canada Bible Society. — Office- 
bearers for 1868. — Patron, His Excellency 
Stanly Moiu'k, Baron Monck, Govemor- 
Geneml of British North America, &c., &c., 
&c. ; President, the Honorable George W. 
Allan ; Vice-Presidents, Right Rev. Dr. 
Ci-onyn, Bishop of Huron ; Veiv Rev. Dean 
Gi-asett, Revs. J. Ricliardson, D.D., James 
Harris, A. LilHe, D.D., E. Wootl, D.D., 
J. Jennings, D.D., R. Bums, D.I)., M. Wil- 
lis, D.D., LL.D., A. Sanson, A. Green, D. 
1)., E. Ryerson, D.D., LL.D., J. H. Robin- 
son, T. S. Ellerby, R. A. Fyfe, D.D., Lach- 
lan Taylor, D.D., Wellington JeHm, D.D., 
William McClure, E. Baldwin, M.A., W. 
Reid, M.A. ; W. A. Baldwin, Esq., Hon. 
William McMaster, Hon. W. H. Blake, 
Hon. Oliver Mowat, George Buckland, Esq., 
John Macdonald, liaq., Daniel Wilson, LL. 
D., A. T. McCord, Esq. ; Treasurer, the 
Honorable William McMaster ; Secretoriea, 
the Rev. Wm. Reid M.A., J. George Hod. 
gins, Esq., LL.B., George Hague, Esq. ; 
Travelling Agents, S. B. Joluison, Esq., Rev 



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tory, Mr. .lumi'HC'aili'HM; Diivi-tors-Hll niiii- 
Istcis of thf fOwiH'l who an- iiicniltfiH i)t the 
»)oii'ty, M.-.S.HIS. .FoliM TyiKT. Williiuii Os- 
Iwruc, A. Cliii^tii', .luiiii'!* KostiT, H. Moiti- 
jiiiT, Al.-x. Hattiiiy, <}. I-. n.-unlmoii-, M. 
P.'iii-Hoii, Hiimufl Koxt'iH, 11. (Jiiihiuu, I'. « . 
KiiiKstoiu', Uobnt Wilkes, 11. lloiii.-r Uixoii, 
Dr. ('. B. Hull, K. lUl.Uiii, .1. .1. Woo.l- 
hou.sc, .1. Mcllfuii ; Kingston Auxiliary, 
Very Hfv. Willitmi SiKMlxniss, D. 1)., Itcv. 
K. M. Ffuwi.'k, M. Swwtnani, ¥jv[. 

Upiwr Ctiiinilii ItrJiiii'oiM Triirt ihi'l liix'k 
,Sr,)C(V/i/— 0//j<v-y;.'7/r;-V/«cl8ti8. — I'rfsi.lciit, 
Ki'V. '.Irtmi'H Ui.hiir.lHOM, D.D. ; Vi.c IVcni- 
d.'i»t«, Higlit Kcv. Dr. ('r.iiiyu, lUshop of 
Huron, Very Ifev. H. .1. (Jni.s.tt, 15. 1)., Demi 
of Toronto, Hev. .Iiinies Harris, It.v. A. 
Lillie, D.D., l!.v. I!. Uurns, D.D., l!.v. .1. 
.Tenniniw, D.D., l!<'v. K. VV...>.1, D.D., Ifev. 
If. A. Kvfe, D.D., Itev. W. K.i.l, A.M., .F. 
C. W. Duly, Kf"!., Hon. .1. M.Mnrri.li, Hon. 
Wni. M.Miuster, A. T. M.Cor.l, Ks.|., W'ui. 
Oshorne, Us.)., .lohn 'I'yner, K.si|., .1. V. Miir- 
liiig, Ks.). ; 'I'rcii.sunr, Hon. .Tohn McMnr- 
rich; Si'.retari.'s, H.-v. T. Y. Cal.li.ott, D. D., 
.TohuK. MeD.>niil.l, Rs.i. ; A;,'.'nt, Wvs. IVt.r 
Ken-; DeiKwitory, Mr.lanu's Cariess; Dire.-- 
tors— all Ministers of the (iosii.-l who are 
Meniei-s of till' Society, M.-.ssrs. ('. Walker, 
A. I'hristie, J. nr.)wii, S. Ito^ei-s, W. T. 
Mason, J. J. W.iodhons.-, i{. HiiMwin, Dr. 
Temiiest, .Ja.s. Foster, H. (iiiihani, 1). iUi- 
clian, U. L. Beanhuore. 



fi. II. (Jray, TIi.»nias Itruwn, H. Lloyd, 
.Faeob Schaefer, ami J.' Crocker. fifi'ifititLi.— 
Me^Mrx. <>eor^e (Siddiii^^.s, .lohu .Smith, and 
ThoM. Moor. -/«(/(■/«/•.— .Mr. Richard WaUh. 
Mii.tlrr of C-'riuittnm. - Mr. (ieor;».' Hull. 
Atiii-nfm/f. — Mr. .Folm H. Mey. r. 

*' S/iiril 1)/ tlir Aiji:" J'riiitiiig r'»/;»/«»y. 
— (Jhiiirninit. — .1. i.'k Kvaiis. Trimhri. — • 
.lohu H|>enee, .Fohn llolani, and Malcolm 
M.'Karlane. DifMfvri. — Fohn ( ornuell, .Fohii 
.Mi-reer, -F. W. Brown, Jiieoh Suhiefer and 
Samuel Hij^Kin.H. Tniimvi'. — t'hu.s. (iiviufl. 
Sixirturi/. — 'riiouiiis Brown. 



MISCELLANEOUS ASSOCIATIONS. 

Toronfo TijitOiii-aphii'iil I'ainii, Xo. 91. — 
Oriffinally K-stablished Fehruary 0, 1844. 
— UlHcrx for 1808. — I'lr.sidnit. — ( 'liane.s 
Bla.-khall. ' J'ur-Pimult'ii/.—W'. .F. Haml.ly. 
CorrenjK'iiiliHi/ Strrrhiri/.— J. S. Williani.s. 
Finaniliil Secrcliinj. — T. 1!. Bentlej'. Jicconl- 
ing Sicrtiary. — A. Hareourt. 

Lienised Viduidlvrx' Axsovlnllim of Oii- 
Uirio. — Pir.tidfHt. — AVillium IJnlkwill, K.s((., 
London. First yU-i'-Presidfnt. — J.W. Goer- 
iug. Esquire, Hamilton. Srcimd l''kr-Presi- 
dciU. — John I'anl, Ksi|., Meaford. ffrniid 
Trmsarrr. — .Fohn MaeDonal.l, K.s.i., Lon- 
don. Grand Srar to rij. — .Fanics Smith, Vm[., 
London. 

LkauifdVkluaUcrs' Assoclidloa of jrcitem 
Ont.— Toronto Dir.^Officn-s, IS*^S. — V hair- 
viaii. — Mr. J. Spenee. Vice-C'lidiniuni. — Mr. 
J. I. Evans. Trenxurrr. — Mr. .lolinL'urnnell. 
Secretory. — Mr. Koliert Taylor. U'ordni. — ', 
Mr. James Huny. Commiitce. — Mcssi-s. John ■ 
Mercer, John Bolam, Thomas Brown, M. i 
Macfarlane, J. Shanne.s.sy, S. Hij^gins, and j 
George Jones. Directors. — The C'hairinnn of I 
the Division, Mr. John SfK-nee, and Messrs. j 
J. \. Evan.s, John Bolani, Jolm C^)rnnell, | 



CHURCHES. 

r.MiMsic niiTuriiKs. 

CidJieilrrd nf St. JiiDies, King stri< t east. 
—Very Rev. H. J. (iiiisett, B. D., Dean of 
Tonniti), Rect.ir ; .\ssistant Ministers, Rev. 
Taiion BaMwin, M. A., R.'v. J. S. Bak t. 

St. '/V()/v/'','.v ('liiirch, .Fohn str.'.-i.— Yen. 
Anhd.'aeon Fulh-r, D.D., K'ev. T. S. Kllerby. 

Church of the llohi Triiiifi/, Trinitv S.iuare. 
— R.!V. H". S.taddin;,', D.D., R.!V. W. S. 
Darling. Rev. H. W. Davie.s, B. D. 

,S7. /VAc'.v Church, Carlton street.— Rev. 
S. J. B.xhly, M. A. 

Triiiilii Church, King street oast. — Rev. 

lexander Sanson. 

Ml, John's < J hiireh, Vietoiia Sipiare. — Rev. 
Alex. Williams, B. A. 

St. Stcphea's Church, College stn-et.— Rev. 
A. J. Broughall, M.A. 

Triniti/ Cul/ef/e 67if//)'V.— Rev. Tiovost 
AVhitak.sr, M. A., Rev. John Aiubery, M.A., 
Rev. Wni. Jone.s, M. A. 

St. Anne's iJhiirch. — Rev. Jcdin Hilton. 

St. I'liid'.iaiid Old St. Paul's Church.— 
Rov. Saltern (Hvins, Rev. J. Langtiy, M. A. 

niKsnYTEiii.vx c'lU'itcnB^. 

/.'«»;/ street Church, corner of Bay and 
Riehiiiond .strect.s.— Rev. John Jennings, 
D.D. Services at 11 a.m., and 7 jkui. 

Knox's Church, (,)ueen stivet, near Vonge. 
— Rev. Alexander Topp, A.M. Services at 
11 a.m. and 7 i>.m. 

Cooler's Church, (Jueen strei't, hetweeu 
Church and Nelson. — Rev. Wni. Hregg, 
A.M. Services at 11 luni. and 7 Jliii. 

Gould street (,'h.ureh, corner of (Joiild and 
Victoria streets. — Rev. John M. King. Ser- 
vices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

ITest End Church, l^ueen street, corner of 
Deiiison Avenue. — Rev. Robert Wallace. 
Services at 11 a. in. and 7 p.ni. 

St. Andrew's Chaixh, comer of Cliureb 
and Adelaide streets. — Rev. John Barclay, 
D.D. Services at 11 luni. and 7 p.iu. 



Htowii, II. liloyj, 

)j;.H, .lohii .Smith, niul 
-Mr. KichunlWrtlHli. 
- Mr. (fi'or>;c Hull. 
I. Mcytr. 

" PriitHitg Ciuif/iftui/. 
Kvans. Tnmfir.i. — 
ioliiDi, mill Malcolm 
-JiiliiiCorniifll, .loliii 
■liicitl) Stihu't'cr iiiitl 
iiiivr. — t'liiu. (iiviiin. 

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iHftt, H. I)., I>i'i«n of 
Htiiut Miiiistt-rs, Itev. 
, J{.'v. J. S. IJiik -r. 

.loliii stri'i'i.— Veil. 
>., Kfv. T. S. Klk-rLy. 

•//i//i/, Triuitv Siiiwrf. 

n.i)., R.!v. w. s. 

(iivics, n. D. 

I'lirltoii Htri'ft. — Hov. 

iig street osmt. — Iti'V. 

'ictonii Siiunrt'. — Rev. 

, rollcgy stri'i't. — Rev. 

lfl/)rl. — \U-V. PlOVOSt 

.loliu AiuIktv, M.A,, 

Uev. .Toliii Hilton. 
SV. Pauf's t'/iurch, — 
V. J. liiiiigtiy, M.A. 

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I'v. •Itiliit .Tcnnings, 
ni., aixl 7 ]>.ni. 

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[), A.M. .'Services at 

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-Rev. Wni. Hi-egg, 
m. anil 7 p.m. 
rorncr of (ioiilil and 
John M. King. Ser- 
).ni. 

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Ri'farm. Presbyterinii Church, Jaiiie.s street, 
corner of Louisa. — No regular Pastor. 

Charles street Church, — No regular Pastor. 

ROMAN CATHOUC CHUKCHEH. 

St. Michael's CcUliedral, Bond Street, Right 
Rev. J. J. Lynch, D. D. , Bishop ; Very Rev. 
J. V. Jamot, V.G., Rector ; Itev. M. J. 
\v.iite. Rev. J. O'Donohoc, Assistant*. 

St. Paul's, Power Street, Very Rev. F. P. 
Rooney, V.G. P.P. ; Rev. J. R. Lee, Assis- 
tant. 

St. Mary's, Bathurst Street, Rev. J. 1^. 
Proulx, P.P., Chaplain to IL M. Forces. 

St, Patrick's, Duninier Street, Rev. J. M. 
'laurent, P.P. 

St. Basil's, Clover Hill, Church of the 
Basilian Fathers, Rev. C. Vincent, Superior. 

MKTIIODIST CIIUnCIlKS. 

1!ast ('wKcvn.— Adelaide street JVcsh'ijan 
Methodi.it Church, corner of Adelaide and 
Toronto streets. — Services at 10:30 a.m. and 
6:30 p.m. 

Yorkvilh IVcslenan Methodist Church, 
Bloor street, Yorkville. — Services at 10:30 
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Berkeley street JVeshyan ifethodist Churdi, 
corner of Queen and Berkeley streets. — 
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

"Wkst CiniLTiT. — Richmond street }Ves- 
leyan Methodist C/i«/r/(.— Services at 10:30 
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Queen street We si eija a Methodist Church.— 
Servict^s at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Elm street JVesleijan Metliodist Church. — 
.S'Tvices at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Cooper's Wesleyau Methodist Church. — 
Servicesat 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Setilon. street IVesleycoi Methodist Church. 
—Services at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Queen .ifreet west JVesleyau Methodist 
Church.— Svivieca at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 
p.m. 

iVo" Connexion Methodist Church. — Ser- 
vices at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Priniitirc Mrfhodist Church, Alice street, 
near Yonge. — Services at 10:30 a m. and 
6:30 p.m. 

rriinifive Methodist Church, Yon'.jc street, 
Yorl. /ilk'. -Scrvii'cs at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 
p.m. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, William street, 
Yorkville.— Services at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 
p.m. 

Parlinmcnl street Church, Primitive Metho- 
dist. —Services at 10:30 a.m. and 0:30 p.m. 

British Methodist Episcopal Churdi (Afri- 
can), 84 Sayer street. — Services at.l0:30 a.m. 
and 6:30 p.m. 



Kl'rSCOPAI. METHODIST. 

Sayer street Church. — Rev. Mr. Bannon, 
Service at 11 a.nL, 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. 

Jiichmoiid street Churclu — Pcv. Mr. Carto. 
Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

BAPTIST f;.>iuncHE.s. 

Ale.r.a)ider street Church. — Rev. G. A. Mc- 
Nutt, Pastor. Public wor.ship, 11 a.m. and 
6:30 p.m. Sabbath Sciiol, 2:30 p.m. 
Weekly prayer meeting, Thursday, at 7:30 
p.m., in basement. 

Bond street Church.— T. F. Caldicott, D. 
!>., Pastor. Prayer meeting in basement 
from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Public woi-ship at 
11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sabbath School at 
2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting, Thurs- 
day, at 7:30 p.m., in basement. 

Queen street Church. — Rev. J. 11. ilagee. 
Public woi-ship at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sun- 
day School, 2 p.ui. Prayer meeting on 
Wednesday evening, at 8 p.m. 

CONGlUrSATION'AL CUIURCHES. 

Zioii Church, Adelaide street, comer of 
Bay. — Rev. J. G. Manley. Public worship 
at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

Bond street Church, corner of Cniickshank. 
Rev. F. H. Marling, Pastor. Public wor- 
ship at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

IVood street Church, corner of Church. — 
Rev. R. T. Thomas, Pastor. Public wor- 
ship at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. 

CATHOLIC APOSTOLIO. 

South side of Richmond street, near 
Yonge. — Kev. George Ryerson, Pa.stor. 

ULSCIPLES. 

'Tic congregation of Disciples meet every 
Loro .i Day, at the brick Meeting House, on 
the corner of Victoria and Shuter streets, at 
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Seats free, 

JEWISH .SYXAGOCUE. 

155 Yon -^c street.— M. Gorfenkel, Iteader. 
Public worship on Saturdays, at 9 a.m., and 
holidi.y.s. 

EVASOELIOAL UNION. 

Situated on Albert street, near Yonge. — 
Rev. Henry ilelville. Pastor. Hours of 
servi<'e, 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

iniETllUEN. 

Meeting Room situated on Alexander 
street, between Yonge and Church, north 
side. 

NEW JERUSALEM. 

Albert street. — Mr. John Parker. Service 
at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 



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Boud street.— Rev. (!. F. W. Reelieul)erg. 
Service at 11 a.iii. au«l 7 p.m. 

USITARIAX CHUUCH. 

Jarvis street, above Cruicksliank. — Rev. 
J. R. Ijavellc. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 
p.m. Sunday Sehool in connection, at 2:30 
p.m. 

TonoNTo Jail Mission, for holding Bible 
Classes among the prisoners, meet at the 
Jail every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m. Super- 
intendent, J. George Hudgins, LL. B. ; Trea- 
surer, Sheriff Jarvis ; Teachers and Jlessen- 
gers : George Hague, Esq., (Bank of Toronto) 
Airy. Bucll, Mrs. Price, Mr. Lugsdin, Mr. 
McITaught, Mr. Venn, and others. 

OHUBOH 8C0IETT-DI00SSE OF TORONTO. 

Patrons. — His Excellency the Governor 
General ; the Venerable Society for Promot- 
ing Christian Knowledge ; the Venerable 
Society for the Pro])agation of the Gosi^'l 
in Foreign i'arts. 

President. — The Hon. and Right Rever- 
end the Lord Bishop of the Diocese. 

F ice-Presidents. — The Very Rev. Dean of 
Toronto ; the Venerable Archdeacon of 
Niagara ; the Rural Deans ; Rev. Dr. 
Beaven ; Rev. Provost "Whitaker ; the Hon. 
Chief Justice Draper ; the Hon. Chancellor 
Vankoughnet ; the Hon. Vice-Chancellor 
Spragge ; the Hon. O. S. Boulton ; the 
Hon. J. H. Cinneron ; tlie Hon. G. W 
Allan ; Henry Rutt m, 
Gamble, Ksqwircs J. R. 

E. G. O'Brien, Esriuirc 
Colonel Kingsmill. 

Standing Committee and Mission- Board. 
— His Lordship the President ; the Arch- 
deacon of Toronto ; the Archdeacon of 
Niagara ; the Rura! Deajis ; one Clerical 
Delegate for each District Bmnch ; one Lay 
Delegate for each District Branch ; Rev. 
Dr. Beaven ; Rev. J. G. Gcddes ; Rev. W. 
S. Darling ; Rev. H. Brent ; Rev. H. C. 
Coojier ; Canon Reed ; Dr. O'Meara ; J. 
W. Gamble, Jisquire ; 1.'. H. Denison, 
Esqui:-'!; C. J. Campbell, Esquire ; Charles 
Magrath, Escpure. 

Land and Investment Conimittee, — Tlie 
Venerable Archdeacon Fuller ; Rev. Canon 
Reed ; R, B. Denison, Esquire ; H. J. 
Jos(^ph, Es([uire ; W. Gootlcrhiiiii, Ksquirc ; 
P. Paterson, E.si[U)rc ; W. Ganil)lc, Esquire. 

C'hrgi/ Trust Cummiitafion Committee. — 
The Archdeacon of Toronto ; tlie Arch- 
deacon of Niagara ; Venerable Archdeacon 
Fuller ; Rev<iend Dr. McAIirrrav ; Reverend 

F. L. Cslcr, M.A. ; Rev. J. 'G. Geddcs, 
M.A. ; Rev. S. Giviiis ; Rev. G. S. J. Hill ; 
Hon. J. li. Cameron ; Hon. G. S. IJoulton ; 



Hsijuire ; J. W. 
AVillianis, Esquire ; 
; L. MoH'att, Esq. ; 



Hon. O. W. Allan ; W. Gamble, Esquire ; 
C. J. CampWll, tisqnire; T. C. Street, 
Esquire ; A. Gavillier, Esquire ; F. Fam- 
comb, Esquire. 

Book and Tract Contmittee, — Rev. Dr. 
Beaven ; Provost Whitaker ; Rev. Canon' 
Reed ; Rev. Canon Baldwin ; Rev. Dr. O' 
Aleara ; Rev. "William Belt, M.A. ; Rev, 
Alexander Williams, B.A. 

Secretary. — W. P. Atkinson, Esquire. 

Treasurers, — Venerable Dean Grassett ; 
C. J. Campbell, Esquire ; L, MofTatt, Esq. 

Auditors. — W. Gamble, Esquire, and J, 
Browne, J^quire. 

Episcopal Endowment Oommittet. — Vene- 
rable Archdeacon Fuller ; Venerable Arch- 
deacon Palmer ; C. Alagrath, l<l8ciuire ; 
Rev. Canon Reed ; Rev. Canon Baldwin ; 
Peter Paterson, Esquire. 



ROKAM OATHOUO INSTITUTIONS. 

Under the charge of the Clergy of the Diocese 
Toronto. 

St. Michael's College, Clover Hill.— 
Superior, Rev. C. Vincent ; Professor of 
Theology, Rev. C. Vincent ; Profes.'ior of 
Logic, Rev. R. Frachon ; Professor of Natural 
Philosophy, Rev. M. .1. Ferguson ; Profes- 
sor of Chemistry, Rev. J. Cushin ; Professor 
of Rhetoric, Rev. Mi J. Ferguson ; 2nd Latin 
Cla-ss, Rev M Quinn ; 3rd Latin Class, Rev. 
L. E. Cherrier ; 1st Commercial Class, Mr. 
Gorman ; 2nd Commercial Class, Mr. John 
O'Boylc ; Professor of Mathcniatii s, Rev. 
J. Cushin ; Professor of Fren(;h, Rev. R. 
Frachon ; Professor of Music, Rev. R. Chal- 
lander ; Master of Discii)line, Mr. John 
Jlorrow. Number of Stmlents, 100. 

Christian Brothers, 12 in number ; con. 
duct 4 schools — St. Michael's, Richmond 
Street ; St. Mary's, Bathurst Street ; St. 
Paul's, Power Street ; The Academy, Nelson 
Street, Brother Arnold, Director. 

Aboey of the Holy Family, Wellington 
Square, conducted by the Nuns of Loretto ; 
Rev. Jfotlier Terese Dease, Superiore.s8; 
Religious, 23 ; Boarders, 30 ; School, 60 . 
Free School ])upils, 200 ; Chaplain, 

Sisters of St. ./iwfyj/t— Mother Antoinette, 
Superioress ; Religio\is, 56 ; House of the 
Novitiate, 8 novices, 24 lioarders, 85 day 
pupils ; Free School attached in which are 
60 childien. The Sisterhood likewise con- 
duct schools in various parts of the city ; 
average attendance, 680. 

Sisters of Charity of St Vinctnt de Paul 

Sister Ursula, Sist(;"r .servant. St. Mary's 
Academy, industrial .school for girls ; incor- 
iwrated by Act of Legislature ; Free Schools 
for girls ; average attendance, 200. 



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"W. Gamble, Esquire ; 
;squirf; T. C. Street, 
itT, Esquire ; F. Farn- 

OiymmUtee. — Rev. Dr. 
Vhitaker ; Rev. Canon 
Baldwin ; Rev. Dr. 0" 
iam Bolt, M.A. ; Rev. 
, B.A. 

Atkinson, Esquire, 
lerable Dean Graasett ; 
pire ; L. Moffatt, Esq. 
aniMe, Esquire, and J. 

meut Committee. — Vene- 
fullcr ; Venerable Arch- 
C. Magratli, J^auire ; 
Kev. Canon Baldwin ; 
uirc. 



3LI0 INSTITCTI0N8. 

the Clergy of the Dioeese 
Wonto. 

College, Chnrr Hill.— 
Vinicnt ; Professor of 
Vinient ; Professor of 
lion ; Professor of Natural 
H. .1. Fi-rgusou ; Profes- 
ev. J. CusTiiii ; Professor 
h J. Ferf{U8on ; 2nd Latin 
iin ; 3rd Latin Class, Rev. 
t CoiiuiuTcinl Class, Mr. 
imen-ial Cliiss, Mr. John 
• of Mathenmtiis, Rev. 
sor of FreiKsh, Rev. R. 
[• of Music, Rev. R. Chal- 
f Disiijiline, Air. John 
of Students, 100. 

;>•.«, 12 in number ; con. 
It. Miclmers, Riclinioiid 
s, linthurst Street ; St. 
it ; The Academy, Nelson 
lold. Director. 

ohj Fiimihj, Wellington 
by the Nuns of Loretto ; 
*ese Dense, Superioress; 
arders, 30 ; School, 60 . 
s, 200 ; Chaplain, 

eph — Mother Antoinette, 
:ious, 56 ; House of the 
cs, 24 lioarders, 85 day 
1)1 attached in which are 
Sisterhood likewise con- 
mi ous parts of the city ; 
, 680. 

I of St Vinetnt Je Paul. — 
ter servant. St. Mary's 
d school for girls ; incor- 
liCgislature ; Free Schools 
ittcndiince, 200. 



School of the Loretto A'mjw— Bond Street' ; 
average attendance, 120. 

St. Vincetd's Select ScJiool — Conducted by 
thoSisters of Charity ; average attendance, 100 

House cf Providence — Mother De Chantal, 
Superioress; Religious, 12; Orphans, 180; 
old and intinn, 120. 



UMIVBRSmBS, COLLEOBS. AOAOEMIES AND 
SCHOOLS. 

Univkusitt of Touoxto.. — Visitor — 
Right Honorable Charles Stanley, Viscount 
Monck, Gove -nor-General of British North 
America. 

Chancellor—lion. Joseph C. Morrison. 

Vice-Ohancellor — Adam Crook.s, Esq., 
LL.D. 

Members oftlie .S'cHate— John Langton, M. 
A.; Rev. J. McCaul, LL.D.; Hon. James 
Patton, LL.D., Q.C. ; Hon. David Christie, 
Senator ; Sir Wm. E. Logan, D.C.L. , F.R.S., 
James J. Hayes, M.D.;Rev. A. Lillie.D.D.; 
Rev. E. Ryerson, D.l). ; The Princiiial of 
Queen's College ; Rev. S. S. Nelles, M.D.; 
Very Rev. A. McDonell ; (i. R. Cock- 
burn, M.A. ; William T. Aikins, M.D. ; 
H. H. Croft, D.C.L., F.C.S. ; J. B. 
Cherriman, M.A. ; Daniel Wilson, LL.D.; 
Rev. John Jennings, D.D. ; Hon. O. Mowat ; 
G. Herriek, M.D. ; Ira Lewis, M.A. ; 
Larratt W. Smith, D.C.L.; S. S. Macdoncll, 
LL.D.; Rev. H. B. Jcssop, M.A.; J. Helli- 
well, M.A.; W. (}. Draper, M.A.; T. A. 
McLean, M.A. ; John Boyd, M.A., BC.L.; 
D. McMichai-1, LL.D.; J. E. Thomson, 
B.A. ; E. C. Jones, B.A. ; J. D. Armour, 
B.A.;J. J. Kin<,'smill, B.A.; Hon. W. 
Cayley, Rev. W. McClure ; Rev. Dr. Fyfe ; 
J. H. Morris, M.A.; E. Blake, M.A.; Rev. 
Dr. Barclay ; Rev. W. F. Checklev ; Righ'„ 
Rev. J. Walsh ; Rev. A. Carman, B.A. ; T. 
H. Bull, M.A. ; Rov. John Davison; Very 
Rev. Dean I. Hellmuth, D.D. 

Officers of the Senatr — Rev. A. Lorimcr, 
Librarian ; T. Moss, M.A., Registrar. 

ScIiolarshijKi offered iif ExaminnUons of the 
University — Faculty of Law, 4 : 1 " for 
Matriculants, 1 for Students one year's 
•tanding, 1 for Students two years' standing, 
1 for Students three years' standing. Facul- 
ty of Medicine, 4 : 1 for Matriculants, 1 for 
Students one year's standing, 1 for Students 
two years" standing, 1 for Students, three 
years' standing. Faculty of Arti, 24 : at 
the Junior Matriculation Kxamination, 1 in 
Classics, 1 in Matiiematica, 2 for general 
proficiency in all the subjects appointed for 
Junior JIatriculants ; at the Senior Jfatricu- 
lant Examination, 1 in Classics, 1 in Mathe- 
matics, 2 for general proficiency in all the 
subjects appointed for Senior Matriculants ; 
at the Examination for the first year, 1 in 
Classics, 1 in Mathematics, 2 for generai 



proficiency ; at the Examination of th« 
second year, 1 in Clasaics, 1 in Mathematics, 
1 in N^itural Sciences, 1 in Modern Lan- 
guages, with History, 1 in Logic, Heta* 
physics and Ethics, 1 in general proficiencjr ; 
at the examination of the tliira year, 1 in 
Classics, 1 in Mathematics, 1 in Natural 
Sciences, 1 in Modern Languages, with 
History, 1 in Metaphysics and Ethics, with 
Civil Polity, Natural Theology and History, 
1 for general proficiency. Value of each 
Scholarship, $120, and tenable for one year 
only. 

University College, Toronto. — Fwi- 
tor — His Excellency the Right Hon. Viscount 
Ijord Monck, Governor-General of British 
North America, &c., &c. 

President — Rev. John McCaul, LL.D. 

Professors, Jbc. — Rev. Jno. McCaul, LL.D., 
Professor of Classical Literature, Logic and 
Rhetoric; Rev. James Beaven, D.D., Pro- 
fessor of Metaphysics and Ethics ; H. H. 
('roft, D.C.L., Professor of Chemistry and 
Experimental Philosophy ; George Buckland, 
Esij., Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Agriculture ; J. B. Cherriman, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Natural Philosophy ; Daniel Wil- 
.son, LL.D., Professor of History and 
English Literature ; Rev. William Hincks, 
F.L.S., Professor of Natural History ; E. J. 
C;hapman, Ph. D., Professor of Mineralogy 
and Geology; G. T. Kingston, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Jleteorology, and Director of the 
Magnetical Observatory ; W. G. Falcon- 
bridge, B.A., Acting Lecturer on Italian 
and Spanish ; J. M. Hirschfelder, Esq. , 
I^ecturer on Oriental Literature ; W. H. 
VanderSmissen, M.A., Acting Lecturer on 
(tennan ; Emile Pernet, Esq., Acting Lec- 
turer on French ; James Loudon, M.A., 
Mathematical Tutor and Dean ; G. S. Good- 
Willie, M.A., Classical Tutor ; David Buchan, 
Es(i., Acting Registrar; Henry Rowsell, 
printer, book.seller and stationer. 

TitiNiTV Coi.LEi.E. — Corporationof Trinity 
College; The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Huron ; The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Ontario ; The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop- 
of Toronto. 

Trustees:— 'V\w. Very Rev. the Dciiu of 
Toronto ; the Hen. (i. W. Allan ; Lewis 
ilofliitt, Esq. 

Treasurer: — . 

Cninicil : — Honorary membei's : John Ar- 
nold, ]Cs(|. ; Ex-ollicio Members : Tlu; Hon. 
John Hillyard Cameron, Chancellor of the 
University; the Rev. the Provost of Trinity 
College ; the Rev. John Aml)ery, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Classics ; the Rev. William Jones- 
M.A., Professor of Mathemati' s. 

Mnnhers from the Dioeese of Toronto. — 
Prof. Boveil, M.D. ; the ^ery Rev. the 
Dean of Toronto; the Hon. O.W. Allan; 



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Lewia Moffatt, Esq.; the Hon. Mr. Vice- 
Chancellor Spragge ; James M. Strachan, 
Esq.; the Hon. Mr. Justice Hagarty, 
D.C.L. ; Samuel Bickerton Harman, B.C.L. ; 
•the Ven. the Archdeacon of Niagara ; the 
Rev. W. McMurray, D.D., D.C.L.; •the 
Rev. 8, Givens ; 'the Rev. J. G. Geddes, 
M.A. ; •James Henderson, Esq. ; C. J. Camp- 
bell, Esq. ; Christopher Robinson, Esq., M. A. ; 
the Vcn. the Archdeacon of Toronto. 

Members from the Diocese of Ontario. — The 
Ven. H. Patton, D.C.L., Archdeacon of On- 
tario ; James A. Henderson, D.C.L.; the 
Rev. Wm. Bleaadell, M.A.; the Rev. Ed- 
ward Jukes Boswell, D.C.L. ; the Very Rev. 
James Lyster, LL.I)., Dean of Ontario. 
•Nominated by the Bishop ol Toronto ; the 
other membera from the Diocese of Toronto 
being elected by the Corpora, ion. 

Secretary: — i-'harles Magrath, D.C.L.; 
Provost: Rev. Geo. Whittakcr, M.A. ; Pro- 
fessoi of Divinity : The Provost ; Professor of 
Classics: Rev. John Amberry, M.A. ; Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics: Rev. Wm. Jones, 
M.A. ; Professor of Physiology and Chemis- 
try: James Bovell, M.D. ; Classical Lec- 
turer : Rev. A. J. Broughall, M. A. ; Pro- 
fessor of Music : G. W. Strathy, Mus. Doc. ; 
Lecturer in French : Mons. Eniile Pernet ; 
Lecturer on Drawing and the Fine Arts : 
Mr. Geo. Gilbert. 

Upper C.vnada College. — Founded 1829. 
VisUor — His Excellency the Governor-Gen- 
eral. 

Prtnci^aii- George R. R. Cockbuni, M.A. 

Masters — William Wedd, JI. A. , first Clas- 
sical Master ; James Brown, M.A., Mathe- 
matical Master ; C. W. Connon, LL.D., 
English Classical Master ; John Martland, 
B.X, second Classical Master, and resident 
Master in College boarding-liouse ; Michael 
Barrett, M.A., M.D., firat English Master, 
and Lecturer on Chemistry ami Physiology ; 
C. J. Thompson, Esq., second English ilas- 
ter ; Rev. E. Schliiter, M.A., French and 
German Master; J. A. Patrraon, B.A., 
Assistant Mathematical Jfaster ; R. Baigent, 
Esq. , Drawing Master ; Major Goodwin, 
Gymnastics, Fencing and Drill. Bursar, D. 
Buchan, Esq. Janitor and Jlessenger, Jas. 
Marshall. 

Fees. — The fee for all the regular subjects 
taught, is, per term : one pupil, SlO 00 ; two 
brothers,, $9 00 each ; three brothers, $8 00 
each ; the fee for Ornamental Drawing, $2 
per term extra. 

College Boarding- House. — Fee (inclusive of 
Tuition), 845 per term. 

N.B. — All fees, whether for Board or 
Tuition, arc payable strictly in advance to 
the Bursar of the Institution. Boys enter- 
ing during any term are charged after a 
certain period only for the unexpired portion 
of that Term at the above rates, 



Terms. — The Autumn Term begins Sep- 
tember 1st The Winter Term begins 
November lOtb The Spring Term begins 
February 6th. The Summer Term b^n« 
April 21st 

Knox College. — Principal and Professor 
of Systematic Divinity, Rev. M. Willis, 
D.D., L.L.D. ; Emeritus Professor of Church 
History, Rev. R. Burns, D.D. ; Apologetics 
and Exegetical Theology, Rev. W. Caven ; 
Lecturer on Evidences, Rev. R. Urt ; Lec- 
turer on Horniletics, Rev. J. J. A. I'roud- 
foot ; Chairman of CoMege Board, Rev. D. 
Inglis, Hamilton ; Secretary, Rev. W. Reid, 
A. M. Session optjus on the firat Wednesday 
of October, and closes on the first Wednes- 
day of April. 

PROVINCIALNORMALANDMoDELScnOOLS, 

FOR THE Instruction and Training of 
Tkacheks. — Normal School: J. H. Sangs* 
ter, M.A., M.D., Head Master ; Rev. H.W. 
Davies, D.D., Second Master; J, G. Hod- 

fins, L.L.B., Lecturer on the School Law of 
Jpper Canada ; Samuel Clare, Teacher of 
Book-keeping and Writing ; William Arm- 
strong, C.E., Drawing Master ; H. F. Sefton, 
Teacher of Vocal Music ; Major H. Goodwin, 
Teacher of Gymnastics and Calisthenics. 
Model Schools, in which the Normal School 
Students practice the art of Teaching: J. 
Carlyle, M.D., Master of the Boys' School; 
James Hughes, First Assistant ; Charles 
Archibald, Second Assistant ; Mrs. Martha 
CuUen, Mistress of Girls' School ; Clara 
Clark, First Assistant ; Caroline E. McCaus- 
land. Second Assistant, and the Teachers of 
Writing, Book-keeping, Drawing, Music, 
Gymnastics and Calisthenics in the Normal 
School. 

The Sessions of the Normal School com- 
mence on the 8th of January and 8th of 
August, and close on the ] .5th of June and 
15th of December in each year. 

Council of Public Instruction for 
Upper Canaha, — Rev. Egerton Rycrson, 
D.D., L.L.D., Chief Superintendent of Edu- 
cation ; Right Rev. John J. Lynch, D.D., 
R. C. Bishop of Toronto ; Very Rev. Dean 
Grass(!t, B.D. ; Hon. Mr. Justice Jlonison ; 
Rev. J. Jennings, D.D. ; Rev. J. Barclay, 
D.D.; Hon. Wm. McMaster, iind Rev. W. 
Ormiston, D.D., Mi^mbers for the jiurpose of 
the Grammar School Act ; Rev. John Mc- 
Caul, L.L.D., President of University Col- 
lege, and tlic Presidents of the Colleges 
afnliated with the Toronto University. A. 
Marling, LL.B., Recording Clerk. 

Department of Public Instruction, 
Ontario. — For the general adminintratiou 
of the Grammar and Common School Laws. 

Education Office.— Hcv. Egerton Ryerson, 
D.D., L.L.D., Chief Superintendent of Edu- 
i4ion ; John Geo. Hodgius. L. L. 13. , F. B. G. S. , 



in Term begins Sep- 
Winter Term begin* 
Spring Term begins 
ummvr Term begins 

incipal and Professor 
y, Rev. M. Williu, 
us Professor of Church 
IS, D.D. ; Apologetics 
igy. Rev. W. Caven ; 
i. Rev. R. Urt ; Lee- 
Rev. J. J. A. Proud- 
"ege Board, Rev. D. 
retary, Rev. W. Reid, 
n the firet Wednesday 
on the first Wednes- 

I.ANDMoDELScnOOLS, 
N AND TUAININO OF 

School: J. H. Sangs- 
d Master; Rev. H.W. 
I Master ; J. G, Hod- 
r on the School Law of 
uel Clare, Teacher of 
riting ; William Arm- 
Master; H. F. Sefton, 
ic ; Major H. Goodwin, 
ics and Calisthenics. 
ich the Normal School 

art of Teaching: J. 
r of the Boys' School ; 
it As.sistant ; Charles 
assistant ; Mrs. Martha 

Girls' School ; Clara 
t ; Caroline E. McCaus- 
nt, and the Teachers of 
ing, Drawing, Music, 
sthenics in the Normal 

le Normal School com- 
of January and 8th of 
I the 1 5th of June and 
each year. 

Lie Instruction for 
ev. Egerton Kyerson, 
Superintendent of Edu- 
John J. Lynch, D.D., 
onto ; Very Rev. Dean 
Mr. Justice Morrison ; 
).D.; Rev. J. Barclay, 
[cMaster, and Rev. W. 
ubers for tlie jiurpose of 
1 Act ; Rev. John Mc- 
Jent of University Col- 
dents of the Colleges 
oronto University. A. 
ording Clerk. 

PUDLIO InSTUTOTION, 

general adniiniotrutiou 
1 Common School Laws. 
-Rev. Egerton Ryerson, 
Superintendent of Kdu- 
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Deputy Superintendent of Education and 
Editor of the Jouriuil of Educatioti for On- 
tario ; Alex. Marling, L.L.B., Chief Clerk 
and Accountant, having also charge of Gram- 
mar School Meteorological Returns ; A. J. 
Williamson, Clerk of Correspondence ; F. J. 
Taylor, Clerk of Statistics ; J, T, R. Stinson, 
Assistant Clerk of Statistics ; W. H. Atkin- 
son, Assistant Clerk of Correspondence ; 
Office Messenger, James Moore. 

Depository Brancli. — S. P. May, ILD., 
Clerk of Libraries ; Edwanl B. Coin*, Dejwsi- 
tory Salesman ; Edward J. Russell, Assistant 
Clerk of Libraries ; Henry Wilkinson, Assi.st. 
Depository Sulesman ; G. Barber, Di-pository 
Packer and Messenger. 

Offices iii the Victoria Sqiiarc, Toronto. 

Number of public libraries, 1868, 1,035; 
number of volumes 2,210,37. 

EnrcATioNAL MirsKUM. — Connecti'd with 
the Edui ational Department is a MiLseum, 
containing spei.'iinens of school iippavatus 
and furniture, a valuable collection of Italian, 
Dutch and Flemish oil paintings and statu- 
ary casts and busts. The Museum is freely 
open to the public. 

GiiAMMAU Schools. — Eathof these school" 
(which form the intermediate link between 
the Common Schools and the Universities) is 
managed by a Board of Tnistees, appointed 
jointly by the County and Towii Councils. 
In cities the tnistees are all appointed by the 
City Council, exciept wheicf tlierc is only one 
school in the county. The head master must 
be a graduate of a British or Colonial Uni- 
versity, unless certificated and appointed by 
the 18th September, 1865. Besides fees, 
local rates or contributions to the extent of 
half the Government grant must be raised 
for the master's salary. The grant is pay- 
able to those schools only which attain a 
certain standard, and is based on the average 
attendance of pupils in the prescribed studies. 
An extra grant is provided for masters tak- 
ing certain meteorological observations, and 
giving military instruction. Pupils attend- 
ing these schools are prejukred for matricula- 
tion in the Universities. 

Canadian Institute. — Prfsitfenf — Pro- 
fessor H. Croft, D.C.L. 

First Vice -President — J. N. Agncw, Esq., 
M.D. 

Second Ficc-President—3, Thorbnm, Esq., 
M.I). 

Third J^icc-Presidnit- Vrofi-nsor E. J. 
Chaiiman, Ph.D. 

TVcujurer- Samuel Spreull, Esq. 

Jleeordinif Secretary — W. Mortimer Clark, 
Esq. 

Correspond ill;/ Srerrtnrii - L. Heyden, Esq., 
Jun. 



Curator — A. K Williamson, Esq. 

Librarian — Rev. H. Scaddiug, D.D. 

(7ojt«<-j7— Professor G. T. Kiigston, M.A.; 
Professor Daniel Wilson, LL. D. ; Professor 
J. B. Cherriman, M.A. ; W. H. Cumming, 
Esq., M.D.; C. B. Hall, Esq., M.D. ; An- 
drew Russell, Esq. ; Rev. Prof. W, Ilincks, 
F. L S. , and ex-Ed. Journal. 

AssiKlttnt Secretary — James Johnson. 

Editing Commitlex— General Editor, RsT. 
Wm. Hincks, F. L. S. E. J. Chapman, LL. D. , 
Ph.D., Professor of Geologj- an. I Mineral- 
ogy, University College ; Rev. Wm. Hincks, 
F. L. S. , Professor of Natural History, Uni- 
versity College, Toronto ; Daniel Wilson, 
LL.D., Professor of History and English 
Literature, University College, Toronto ; G. 
T. Kingstoh, M.A., Director of Magnetic 
Observatory, Toronto ; Heniy Croft, D.C.L., 
Professor of Chemistry and Experimental 
Philosophy, University College, Toronto ; J. 
B. Cherriman, M. A., Professor of Natural 
Philosophy, IJnivcirsity College, Toronto ; 
Jno. Barrett, M.D. 

Medical Section— Organized April, 1863. 
The leading English and American medicaf 
and seientific Journals taken for the use ol 
members. The session commences 'in the 
second week in Octolx-r, and meetings are 
held every alternate week for six months. 

Officers for 1867-8 : — Chairman — James 
Thorbiirn,M.D. 

Secretary —V^^m. Tempest, M.D. 
Coiitmiftcc of ManiKjciiicnt — Drs. 
. Rosebrugh, and Cummiiigs. 

PmvATK CoLLKfii;, No. 13;< 
street, Toronto. — Piineipnl, J. 1' 
land, M.D. 

TniMTYCoi,i,K(;KAs.<rM;iATioN OF Alumni. 
— OjHcersfor 1868 : — President — James Hen- 
derson, Jr., B.C. L. 

n(e-Premlent—]U-\. H. W. Davics, B.D. 
Seercfarif-—A. Lindsay, 15. A. 
Treasurer— Beverley Jones, B. A. 
Members of General Cominittee—^ileasra. S. 
J. Vankoughnet, B. C. L. ; W. P. Atkinson, 
I B.A.; R. W. Hindcs, B.A.; Rev. J. Lang- 
I try, B.A.;C. H. Badgley, B.A.; ('. Thom- 
I son, M.A. 

Ontario Liteuakv SftciK-rr.— President. 
— Kenneth MacKenzie, tJ.C. 
First Vice-Presiilenf — .Tno. E. Rose, M.A. 
Second Vice -President — I. H. ilacdonald. 
Treasurer ~^aa. J Foy. 
Secretary — A. McPher. King. 
Corresponding Secrftnri/ — C. J. ( 'hristie. 
Assistant Secretary AV. M. Elliott, M.A. 
Librarian —Jno. Nicholson. 

Kvenitire Cominittee — B. Jones, B.A. ; A. 
W. Francis, M. Hulcliinson, Samuel Piatt, 
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MBDIOAL flOHOOLS AMD IMSTITUTTOMS. 

VioTOiiiA UxiTEHSiTY. — Medical Depart' 
ment, at Yorkville, Toronto. The Mt-dical 
Depai'traent of Victoria College is also in 
affiliation with Toronto Universitj'. The 
certificate of Qualification of this School 
confvirs the right of registration under the 
Medical Act for Upper Canada. Each of the 
Medical Lecturers is connecteil with one or 
more of the hoHpitals, dispensaries, and 
charities of the city. 

Medical FMulty — Medicine and Aledical 
Pathology, Hon. John Kolph, LL.D,, M.D., 
M.R.C.sr, Eng. ; Midwifery and Diseases of 
Women and Cliildren, Walter B. Oeikie, 
M.D., I^HCr,, London, Eng., M.R.C.S. 
and M.R.C.P., Eilinburgh; Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics, Chas. V. Beiryinan, M.D., 
M.A., and Physician to To -onto General 
Hospital ; Institutes of Medicine, Juhn N. 
Reid, M.D. ; Chemistry and Botany, John 
Herbert Sangstcr, M. A.. M.D. ; Surgery and 
Surgical Pathology, James Newcombe, M.D., 
M.R.C.S., Eng., LR.C.P., Lon., ai.d Phy- 
sician to Toronto General Hospital ; Anato- 
my, Descriptive and Surgical, John Fulton, 
>LD., M.H,C.8., Eng., Lrc.P., London ; 
Associate in Clinical Medicine »nd Surg»^ry, 
John King, M.B., M.R.C.S., En§., Physi 
cian to Toronto General Hospital, and 
Physician to House of Providence ; General 
Pathology, Hon. John Rolph, M.D., LLD., 
M.R.C.S., Eng.; Medical Jurisprudence, 
Charles V, Benyman, M.D., M.A. ; Demon- 
strator of An<itomy, John Barrick, M.D., 
I>.R.C.R, Lon., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.R.(;.P. 
and LR. C. S., Iklin. ; Curator of th« 
Museum, S. P. May, JLD., Naturalist 

The Lectures will commence on the first 
day of October, and continue six moitthx 
Graduation, Spring and Fall, wJien th« 
Examinations will be both written and oral. 
Dean, Hon. Jolin Rolph, 4 Gerrard street 
east, to whom apply for any further infor- 
mation. 

Thb Toronto Schooi, of Medici.vk.— 
In affiliation with the Univprsity of Toronto, 
incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1861. 
Lectures delivered in Medical School Build- 
ing, University Park, from Ist October to I 
31st March. 

President— ^i\\\m\ T. Aikins, M.D. 

S*eretary—VL. H. Wright, M.D. 

Xec<Kr«r«— Joseph Workman, M.D., Supt 
Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Emeritus lec- 
turer on Psychological Medicine ; M. Barrett, 
Jf.A., M.D., Emeritus lecturer on Insti- 
tutes of Medicine; II JI. Hodder, M.D., 
F.R.C.S., England, Obstetrics and Diseases of 
Women and Children ; AVm. T. Aikin8,M.D., 
principles and practice of Surgery, and CJini- 
c^l Surgery ; H. H. Wright, M.D., L.C.PS., 
Ont., principles and practice of Medicine | 



and Clinical Medicine ; James H. Richard* 
son, M.D., M.11.C.S., Eng., General and 
Descriptive Anatomy ; Uzziel Ogdeii, M.D., 
jilateria Medica and Therajwutics ; J. Thor* 
bum, M.D., E«lin., and Toronto University, 
Medical Jurisprudence ; James Bovell, M.D., 
L.R.C.P., Eng., Institutes of Medicine ; 
James Rowell, M.D., Surgical Anatomy and 
demonstrator of Anatomy ; Prof. of. A. H. 
Croft, D.C.L, F.L.S., Chemistry and Ex- 
TM-rimeiital Philosophy ; and Prof. William 
Hincks, F.LS., Botany, &c., 'wth at Uni- 
versity College. 

Tlie degrees of the Univereity are recog- 
nized in Gn'ut Britain. 

HOMWOPATIIH; MKDIfAI- BOAHD OF CAN- 
ADA. —l-Jitablishcd 22 Vic. ch. 47. 

Prcftidmt — Duncan Cnmnbell, M.D., Edin., 
Member General < 'ouncil University of Edin- 
burgh, L.R.C.S.1":., 108 Bay street, Toronto. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Win. Springer, 
M.D., Iiigcrsoll, Ont 

G. C. Field, M.D., Wootlstock, Out ; J. 
P. R. Moideii, London, Ont. ; Joseph Adams, 
M.D., Toronto, Ont 

Th(! Board meets in Toronto, on the; first 
Tuesdays in January and July of each year, 
for the examination of candidates for Diplo- 
mas and Provinciol Licens*', who must have 
lodged their cirtificatcs of study with the 
Secretary at least one mouth before the 
meeting of the Board. 

The election of Members of the Board 
takes idace, in accordance with the Act, at 
the January meeting in each year. 

All lettei-s on iiiattei-s connected with the 
Board to be addr-ssed to the Secretary, Dr. 
J. Springer, Ingersoll, Out. 

Eclectic ^[ki>k-ai. BuAiin.— Established 
24 Vic., ch. 110. G. A, Carson, M.D., 
Whitby ; J. J. Hall, M.D., St Mary's; N. 
Hopkins, M.D., DunvilJe ; Wm. H. Hurd, 
M.I)., Carieton Pla.e; R. H. Clark, M.D., 
Cobourg;W. B. Weir, M.D., St Mary's ; 
and 8. 8. Cornell, M.D., Toledo. 

Board meets in Toronto, semi-annually, 
on the second Tuesday in October and the 
third Tuesday in June 

All letters on matters connected with the 
Board to lie adtln'ssed to the Secretary, N. 
Hopkins, M.D., Dunville. 

VKTEiUNAnY ScHtoL.— In Connection 
with the Board of Agriculture, Toronto, On- 
tario. Profes.sors — Andrew Smith, V.S., 
Edinburgh, Anatomy and Diseases of Farm 
Animals; J. Thorborn, M.D., Vet«'rinary, 
Materia Medica ; James Bovell, M.D,, .\ni- 
nial Physiology ; Ot-orgn Biu-kland, Professor 
of Agriculture, University College, tlie His- 
tory, Breeding and Management of tlio Do- 
mesticated Animals. 

The Toronto Eye aivd Ear l>is)>cntary,'^ 
This is a public charity supported by private 



; James H. Kichard- 

, Eng., General and 

Uzziel Ogden, M.D., 

'lieraiR'Utios ; J. Thor* 

ud Toronto University, 

B ; Janu'S IJovell, M.D., 

ititutcs of Medicine ; 

Surgical Anatomy and 

my ; Prof. of. A. H. 

^., Chemistry and Ex- 

; and Prof. William 

ny, &c., Iwtli nt Uni- 

Univereity are recog- 

hk'Ai, Boaud of Can- 
Vic. cli. 47. 
CnmT.bell,M.D.,Edin., 
icil University of Edin- 
08 Bay street, Toronto. 
iwtrer — Wm. Springer, 

, Wooilstnck, Ont ; J. 
1, Ont. ; Joseph Adams, 

in Toronto, on th(! first 
and July of each year, 
•f candidates for Diplo- 
[license, who must have 
tea of study witli the 
me month before the 

Hemhers of the Board 
dance with the Act, at 
in each year. 
tei-8 c<mnected with the 
d to the Secretory, Dr. 
1, Ont. 

ii, BoAKT). — Kstablisfaed 
O. A. Carson, M.D., 
M.I)., St, Mary's; N. 
nville ; Wm. II. Kurd, 
e; It H. Clark, M.D., 
eir, M.l)., St. Mary's; 
■ D., Toledo, 
oronto, semi-annually, 
ay in October and the 
e 

;er8 connected with the 
h1 to the Secretary, N. 
ville. 

n«oL. — In connection 
TJi'ultur*', Toronto, On- 
Andrew Smith, V.S., 
and Diseases of Farm 
rn, M.D., Vet«'rinR7y, 
es Bovell, M.D., Ani- 
rge Buekland, Profesaor 
•rsity College, the His- 
[anugement of the Do- 

lul Ear D'u>iteiisary,-^ 
cy supported by private 



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subscription, under the management of a 
Board of Directors, tw follows : A. T. Mc- 
Cord, President ; A. Dredge, Vice-President; 
W. T. Mason, Secret^iry and Treiwui-er ; R. 
Wilkes, W. J. Mac<lonell, James Bain, E. J. 
Palmer, RolK'rt Walker, John Macdonald, J. 
W. Mason, A. R. McMoster, William Elliott. 
Dr. Rosebnjgh, Surgeon ; Drs. Reeve and 
Cummings, Assistant Surgeons. The Dis- 
pensary is open every day, (Sundays ex- 
cepted) at 9 o'clock, luni., and <* 30 p.m. 



TORONTO BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Priueiiml Office, City Hall ; Branch Office, 
York Street, corner of Richmond. Dr. Jas. 
% Rowell. 306 Yonge Street ; Dr. Wm. Tem- 

Ij pest, 341 Yonge St. ; John Reid, In8i)ector ; 

54 Ueo, Rowell, Book-keeiwr. 

LOTAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF BRITISH 
AMERICA. 

Grand Oj/uyrs/or 1868-9.— Grand Master 
and Sovereign, Hon. J. H. Cameron, Q.C, 
M.P., Toronto; Deputy Grand Master, D'Arcy 
Boulton, Es<i., Barrie; Grand Chaplain, Rev. 
Stephen L<'tt, LL.D., Collingwootl ; (Jrand 
Treasurer, Wm. Anderson, Mountain View; 
Crrand Secretary, Andrew Fleming, Esq., 
Toronta 

Provincial Grand Lodi)!' of Wexierti Can- 
ada. — Grand Master, John Coyne, Escj., 
M.P.P., Brampto.i ; Deputy Grand Master, 
D'Alton McCartliy, Ym{., Barrie ; Grand 
Chaplain, Rev. H. B, Osier, Lloydtown; 
Grand Trea.'jurer, James H. Bessoy, Eai., St. 
Catliarines ; (irand Secretary, Thomas Keyes, 
Esq., St Catharines. 

Provincial Grand Lad>ft of Cvnlral Can- 
ada. — Grand Master, McKeiizie Bowell, 
iiq., M. P., Belleville; Deputy (Jrand Mas- 
ter, R. N. Smith, Esq., Thanet ; Grand 
Chaplain, Rev. William Burns, Omeniee; 
Grand Tn-asurer, Christ ^»her Fletcher, Fs(i., 
BrockviUe; Grand Secretary, David Marshall, 
Esq., Port Hop*. 

Prtvincial Grand Lodge, of Eaxtmi Can- 
uda. — Grand Master, George Smith, Es(i., 
Montreal ; Deputy Grand Master, Joshua 
Breadner, Y.m\., Athelstan; Grand Chaplain, 
Rev. H. Hazard, Montreal ; Grand Treasurer, 
George B. Pearson, Estj., Montreal ; Grand 
Secretary, Edwanl T. Scott, Esq., Montreal. 

Provincial Graiul Lodge, of Nova Scotia. — 
Grand Master, William Caldwell, Es(i., Hal- 
ifax ; Deputy Grand Master, Jacob Bouser, 
Esq., Halifax; Grand Chaplain, Rev. D. F. 
fiutchinson, Bridgewater; Grand Treasurer, 
Richard Abbott, Esq., Halifax; Grand Sec- 
retary, Harry Caldwell, Esq., Halifax. 

Provineitil Grand Ledge of Prince Edufard 
Jjtond.— Grand Master, J. B. Cooper, V»i., 



Charlottetown ; Deputy Grand Master, Angus 
McKenzii^, tjiq., (Jharlottetown; Grand Treas- 
urer, Thomas Morris, Esq., Charlottetown; 
Grand Secretary, Thomas J. Leeming, Ksq., 
SI.D., Charlottetown. 

N. B. — The (Jrand Masters of Provincial 
Grand Lmlges are also Deputy Grand Mas- 
ters of tlie Grand Orange Lotlge of British 
America. 

Loi/al Orange Toronto District Lo<fgr, 
County of York. — Officers. — Bro. James Ben- 
nett, District Master; Bro. Jas Burns, Deputy 
D. Master; Bro. John W. Hetherington, 
District Secretary; Bro. John Rogers, Dis- 
trict Treasurer; Bro. Wm. McCaw, District 
Chaplain; Bro. Jolin Irwin, Director of (Vr- 
enionies. 

Masters of Omni/e Lodges, City of Toronto, 
1867.— No." 4, Alex. Burns; 12, (Young Brit- 
ons). Robt. Hutchinson; 136, .Fohn Rogers; 
137, Ogle R, Gowaii; 140, Wm. Adanison; 
212, RolH-rt Defries ; 275, F. H. Medcalf; 
301, James Bennett; 328, Wm. Hill; 375, 
John Irwin; 387, J. H. Hetherington; 396, 
C. Fanner; 404, Alex. Grimison; 588, S. 
Westnuui; 621, (JeorgeMcConkey; 657, Jas. 
A. Kerr; 781, Sanniel Parker. 



CANADIAN ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, M.U. 

Officers of the Order. — Geo. Bickcl, Grand 
Master ; 1), Evans, Deputy Grand Master ; 
Thomas Tindill, Corresponding Secretary, 
Board of Directors : A Dick, E. Thomas, 
Mr. Cousins, James Way, Mr. Black. Quar- 
terly Meetings of the Board : Second Thurs- 
day in July, October, January and Aprjl. 
Trustees of Widows' and Orphans' Fund: 
J. G. Howard, Joseph Hodgson, and F H. 
Medcalf. Auditors : Thomas Parry, D(mald 
Dawson. Address of Corrcsiwiiding Secre- 
tary : Thonnis Tindill, Johi St., Hamilton. 

IjOijal Citij of Toronto Lodge. -H. J, Leo- 
nord, N.G.; Rolwrt Fryer, V.G.; Daniel 
Scott, Secretary. Meet every alternate Wed- 
nesday, at the Masonic Hall, Toronto street. 

Loyal Ontario Lodge. — F. Clark, G.M.; 
William Turner, N.G. ; Thomas Anderson, 
V.G. ; Henry Winfield, Secretary. Ikleets 
every alternate Wednesday, at the Masonic 
Hall, Toronto st'.aet. 

/. 0. 0. F. Camda Lodge, .Vo. 49.— W. 
I{am.say, N.O.; W. Rolnrts, V.G.; Michael 
Blume, Secretary. Meets every Monday, at 
the Masonic Hail, Toronto stret't. 



TBMPERANOE DIRBOTORT. 

Chr'istian Total Abstinence Society. — Meet 
in Berkeley Street W. M. Church every 
second Monday ; E. Coatsworth, President ; 
J. E. Irvine, Secrctarj* ; No of members, 480. 



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Trnvnto Temperance Reformatimi Socuty. 
— Ineoi-porated by Act of rarliament ; A. f. 
McCordand J. J. Withrow, Pmsidents ; \N. 
Culleii, Recording Secretary-. A Temperance 
Meeting in connection R-ith the above named 
Society, is held every Sabbath afternoon from 
8 to 4*0 'clock, in the baseinent of the Tem- 
perance Street Hall. All are reaiK^ctfully in- 
vited to be present and take l)art in the ex- 
ercises. Board of Din^ctors meet on the 
second Friday in each montli, at 8 o'clock, 
p.m. 

Sirns of Tempernnee-'Ontnrio Dieision.— 
Meet every Monday night, at the Temper- 
ance Hall, Temprance Street ; J. \V. Wowl- 
all, D. G. W. ratriarch. Coldstream. l>iris!<m. 
—Meet every Wednesday night, at Temper- 
ance Hall, IJrock Street ; 1{. McDougall, D. 
G. W. Patriarch. 

Briltsh Tnnplarg- -Jrsne Kflfhinn Lofhjr. 
—Meet everv Thursday night, at Temperance 
Hall, BrockStrcet;.!. J. Williams, W. Grand 
Deputy. Vrusndt Lodijr. Meet i^very Tues- 
day night, at the Missionary Church, Kliza- 
*eth Street ; Paul Ste\vart, AV. Orf.nd De- 

futy. Good Caman'tan Lod<jp. — Meet every 
'riday night, at Temiierance Street Hall ; 
Francis Leech, W. Grand Deputy. 

L\de,imident Onhr of Good Templars. — 
City Deputy, W. C. Wilkinson ; County De- 
puty, M. Nasmith. Tn-onto Star Temple. 
— Meet every Friday night, at Temperance 
Hall, Temperance Street ; Chas. AVoodall, 
Temple Deputy. MaplcLcaf Temjile. — Meet 
everj' Tuesday night, at Berkeley Street 
Hall ; George Patterson, Temple Deputy. 
Yorkville Star. — Mc -ry Monday night, 
at Temperance Ht. .., i orkville ; C'ha.srles 
Robinson, Temple Deinity. 



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OLUBS. 

Toronto Club. — (Incorporiitcd by Act of 
Parliament, for social purjioses, 27 Vict., 
cap. 92.) ('. S. Gzowski, Ksq., President ; 
Committee, : E. Bradbnrne, Esq., Hon. 
J. H. Cameron, V. S. Gzow.ski, Ksij., Hon. 
H. H. Killaly, N. Kingsmill, Esq., Lewis 
Moffatt, Esq.,' J. H. Morris, Enq., G. P. 
Kidout, Esq.; A. Thornton Todd, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

Toronto Crieket CT?<ft.— Officers for 1868 : 
J. O. Heward, President ; J. Martland, Vice- 
President ; li C. Henderson, Secretary and 
Treasun^r ; Messrs. Baines, Hannan, Mara- 
land, McGillivray and Blake, Committee. 
Ground on Avenue Koad, Caer Howell ; prac- 
tice every day. 

Toronto Ourling Club. — President, John 
Shedden; 1st Vice-President, Thomas Mc- 
Gaw; 2nd Vice-Piesident, D. S, Keith; 
Secretary and Treasurer, John Maughan, jr. j 



Chaplains, Revd. Drs. Barclay an Jennings. 
Committee of Management— Mi-ssrs. Forbca, 
Macpherson, Gardiner and Ktdth. Skips — 
Messrs. Duncan Forbes, Alex. Macpherson, 
John O. Heward, and ('apt. Chas. Pcrrj-. 
The President is er o^cioSkiu. Represented 
membi'rs, D. Mair and Geo. Denholm, Mon- 
treal. 

Jioi/al Canadian Yatht C'/wfi. ~Es|)lanade, 
between York and Simcoe. Olficei-s for the 
year 1868— Commodore, E. M. Ho<ider, Esq.; 
Vice-Commodore, G. H. Wyatt, Esq. ; Cap- 
tain, B. K. ClnrksoJi, Ksq. ; Secretary, Wni. 
Armstrong, Vm\.; Treasurer, H. L. Himc, 
E.S41. 

Toronto Eomv (I Cluh. — Organized August 
23, 1.8fi.'). List l)f ollicers for 1868— Presi- 
dent, Angus Morrison, M. P.P. ; Vice-Presi- 
dents, P. T. Shivers Birchall and Geo. H. 
Wyatt; Secretary and Treasurer, W. M. 
Davidson. 

Ontario Laerosse Chth.—lAnt of Officers 
for 1868: W. Arthurs, President; Dr. J. 
Thorliurn, Vice President ; A. Miller, Sen., 
H. D. Motthcws, Jr., Field Captains ; W. 
Murray, J. Lngsdin, (J. F. R. llanis, Man- 
aging Committee ; F. 15. Whittemorc, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer. 

Toronto Larro-ise Vluh.--'\V. D. Otter, 
President; G. W. Whitney, Vice-President; 
J. Hendei-son, Field Captain; G. H. Leslie^ 
Secretary-Treasurer; G. Massey, A. Boyd, 
R. Sutherland, Committee. 

RAILWATS. 
Gl!i:.VT Wl-.STERN RAinVAY OF ClWADA. 

-Thomas Swinyard, General Manager ; G» 
h. Howard, Assistant do. ; Joseph Price, 
Treasurer ; W. Wallace, I'ralBc Superinttn- 
dent ; John Cranipton, Freight do. ; W. M. 
Pennington, Assistant do. ; W. A. Robinson, 
Locomotive and Car Su]>erintendent ; Jamea 
Howard, Purchasing Agt. ; Nicholas Weath- 
erston, Station Master; John Bi^son, Assist, 
do.; .1. S. Champ, Cashier Freight Depart- 
}ne:.t. 

XoRTMKKN Railway ck Canada.— Head 
office. Brock street, comer of Front street. 
F. W. t^imberland, ilanaging Director^ 
Passenp-r and freight depots and locomotive 
depaitment. Esplanade, loot af Brock street; 
passenger station, rear of City Hall. Jolm 
HaiTie, Train and Traffic Mast< ; ■ J. ,T, 
Ros.", Thiough Freight Agent ; J. 1 . JMcDon- 
ald. Local Freight Agent ; A. Rolph, 
General Ticket Clerk ; George Parker, Bag- 
gage Master. 

GuAND Trvnk Railway. — Head office, 
Montreal. C. J. Brydges, I'>q., Managing- 
Director; Jo.sepli Hickson, Secretary and 
Treasurer. Branch offices, Western Division,. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



chl 67i«A.— Esplanade, 
leoc. Olfireix for the 
I', K. M. If odder, Yju\. ; 
Wyatt, Esq.; Cap- 
Esq, ; Secretary, AV'm, 
■nsurer, H. J,. Hiine, 

-Orga n ized A ugiist 
icers for 1868-rresi- 
M.1M\; Viep-Prosi- 
Uin liall ftiid Oeo. H. 
(I Treasurer, "W. M. 

/(/i.— Li.st of Officers 
rs, President ; Dr. J. 
lent ; A. Miller, Sen., 

Fielil Captains; \\\ 
F. K. llanis, Man* 

B. AVliitteniorp, Src- 



IKTATS. 

lAIUVAY OF tJ.WADA. 

Oeneiiil Manager ; G.^ 
it do. ; Josepli Price, 
ce, I'rnlBc Superinttn- 
II, Freight do. ; W. M. 

do. ; W. A. Rohinson, 
ujtorintendent ; James. 
^gt. ; Nicholas Weath- 
; .lolin IJi^yson, Assist 
isliier Freight Deport- 



02 Bay street," Toronto ; W. J- Spicer, Local 
Superintendent, Montreal to Detroit, Buffalo 
to Goderich ; P. tJ. Stevenson, Esfi. , General 
Western Freight Agent, Toronto. Passenger 
station, Union station, foot of York street, 
Toronto ; H. Bourlier, Esq., Station Agent. 
Freight Station, Esplanade, Ix'twren Simeo*^ 
•nd John Street ; J. II. McNairn, Freight 
Agent. 

STAGE ROUTES. 

Stage for Thonihill, leaves Bay Horse 
Hotel, Yonge street, 3:'20 p.m., every day, 
Sundays excepted. Fare 50 cents. 

Stage for Ruhniond Hill, leaves Bay Horse 
Hotel, Yonge street, at 3:30 p.m., everyday, 
Sundays excepted. Fare 50 cents. 

Stage for Cooksville, leaves Bay Horse 
Hotel, Yonge street, at 3:30 p.m.', daily, 
Sundays excepted. 

Stage for Rogue Hill, leaves Monkliouse 
Hotel, at 3:30 p.ni., daily. 

Stage for Stolfville, leavi s Albion Hotel, 
at 3 p.m., dail}. 



mSURAMOE COMPANIES. 

JEtna Fire an» Mauine Ins. Co.— In" 
corporated 1819, Charter |)erpetual. Paid 
up capital, $8,000,000 ; Amount of Assets, 
$4,650,938.27 ; liOsses paid in 48 years, 
$21,371,972.57. Directors: Joseph Church, 
Robert Buell, E. A. Bulkeley, Roland Ma, 
ther, Samuel S. Ward, Austin Dunham- 
Gustavus F. Davis, Drayton Hillyer, Walter 
Keney, Chns. H. Brainard, William F. Tut- 
tie, George Roberts, Thomas K. Brace, Eros- 
tus Collins, Edwin 1). Morgan, Lucius J. 
Hendee, Francis B. Cooley. L. J. Hendee, 
President ; J. Goodnow, Sec. ; E. J. Bas- 
sett. General Agent ; H. L. Pasco, J. C. Hil- 
liard, Traveling agents. Branch office, 171 
Vine Street, Cincinnatti, Ohio, J. B. Ben- 
nett, Manager and General Agent. Capt. E. 
P. Dorr, Buffalo, N. Y., General Superinten- 
dent of Inland Navigation Department. A. 
A. Williams, Providence, R. I., Gcnend 
Agent for New England. E. Ciiajtky ft; 
Co., Oflfiee Front Stn-et, Toronto. 

.*TNA Life In.s. Co., ^f Hartford, Conn. 
— Officers : E. A. Bulkeley, President ; Aus- 
tin Dunham, Vice-President ; T. 0. Enders, 
Secretarv. Assets, Ajiril 1, 1807, over 
$5,000,000. Office : Toronto. Canar'ian 
References : Hon. Geo. iirown. Proprietor 
Toronto Globf, Toronto ; Hon. J. Simpson, 
President Ontario Bank, Bowinanville ; Hon. 
Louis Rennud, M.L.C. Montreal; Thomas 
N. Gibbs, Ksq., M.P., Oshawa ; A. R. Mc- 
Master, Esq., Wholesale Merchant, Toronto ; 
Tliomas Clarkson, Hsci., Official A.ssignee, 
Toronto ; Messrs. Femer k Co., Whoh'sale 
Merchants, Montreal ; Alex. Milloj-, Esq., 



Superintendent Inland Steam Navigation 
Company, Montreal ; G. Cheney, Esq., Su- 

Jerintenden*. Canada Express' Companjr, 
fontreal ; M. K. Irish, Esq., Manager Bri- 
tish and American Expre-ss Companies, To- 
ronto ; John Lovell, Esq., publisher, Mont- 
real ; Kershaw k Edwards, Safe Manufac- 
turers, Montreal. Head office for Western 
Canada, Whitteiiiore Buildings, Toronto St., 
Toronto, Jons Oaiivin, general agent, 

F \ Live Stock Ins. Co., Hartford, 
f -Chartered cai.ital, $500,000 ; Poid- 

iiji and Li'cnred capital, $1.50,000. Policy 
liolders secured by a Dejiosit of $100,000 
with the Treasurer of Connecticut. Officers : 
C. C. Kimball, President ; T. O. Enders, 
Vice-President; .1. B. Tower, Secretaiy. 
This Conqiany Ims a perj)etual Charter. 
Canadian Refeivnces : Col. R. L. Denison, 
Toronto, Treasurer of Board of Agiiculturc 
of Upper Canada ; M. H. Cochrane, Esq., 
Compton, Quebec, Importer and Breeder of 
Stock ; W. A. Cooley, Esq., Ancnster, On- 
tario, Superintendent of Provincial Exhibi- 
tion; Hugh (/'. Thomson, Esq., Toronto, 
Secretary of Board of Agriculture, of Up- 
per Canada ; J. Ashworth, Esii., Ottawa. 
Imiwrler and Breeder of StocK. Parties 
desiring Local Agencies w'll apply to E. I*. 
Snow, General Agent, Montreal. Scorr & 
Wai.msi.ey, Agents, Ontario, 

The Bkaveu Muiuat. Fire Ins. Ash'n. 
— President, Richard L. Denison, Esq. ; Vice- 
President, Chas. E. Chadwiek, Esq. ; Mana- 
ging Director, S. Thompson. Board of 
Directors : Richard L. Denison, Lip])incott ; 

C. E. Chadwiek, Ingiisoll ; \. Barker, 
Markham ; Hon. Oliver Blake, Townsend ; 
Hon. J. Hillyard Cameron, Toronto ; D. 
Campbell, Almonte ; Jos. W. Collin.s, New- 
market ; W. Henderson, Tomnto ; H. Row- 
sell, Toronto ; John Snell, Edmonton ; Geo. 
Snider, Owen Sound ; F. W. Stone, Guelph ; 

D. Sutherland, Newmarket ; D. Thurston, 
Toronto ; S. Th(;mi)sou, Toronto. Honorary 
Directors : W. II. Berry, March ; Hon. 
Geo. Bryson, M.L.C, Pontiac ; Jas. Bryden, 
"VVhitby ; Win. Edwards, Clarence ; T." Hig- 
ginson, W. Hawke.sbuiv ; H. S. Howlana, 
York ; Thos. McConke'y, M.P., Banie ; J. 
McDenuot, Reeve of Wallace ; Hon. J. 
Simpson, Senator, Bowmanville. Treasurer, 
T. J. Thompson ; Secretary, W. T. O'Reilly ; 
Fire Inspector, John Blackburn ; Bankers, 
Ontario Bank. 

British Ameru^v As.s. Co. — Fire and 
Afarwif.— Oldest chartered Upjier Canadian 
Comjiany. Head office, comer of Church 
and Court streets, Toronto. Boaixl of Di- 
rectors : Hon. G. W. Allan, Geo. J. Boyd, 
Hon. Wni. Cayley, Richard S. Cassels, A. 
Joseph, Peter Paterson, G. Percival Ridout, 

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Oovenior, IVtcr l'at«'n»on ; Trustii'H, K. H. 
RntherlVn-il lion. Win. Ciiylt-y, Thoinns D. 
HarriN j Maiiagrr Marine Dt'imrtnicnt, Wni. 
StewanI ; Fin- InsiH-ctor, E. Uoby O'Biien. 
T. W. BiitciiAM^ Managing Uinrtor. 

Briton MKitirAi. ami Ohnkuai. Lifk 
AssocFATioN. — OftiiTs, 429 Stnuitl, liondon, 
and 13 Qnccn fitn>ft, KUinlnirgh. James 
FiiAsER, agent, King Htrcet west, Toronto. 

C'anaka Like Asm. Co. — EHtablihlied 
1847. Caiiital 111,000,000. Incorporated by 
special Act of Parliiinicnt. Head oiticc, 
Hninilton, Out. Presiilent, John Young, 
Esq. ; Vice-President, John Ferrie, Esq. 
Board of Directors, Ardid. Kerr, Esq., Lou- 
don; Jas. Osborne, Esq., Hamilton; T. C. 
Kerr, Esq., Humiltoii; ]i. Juson, Esq., 
Hamilton; F. W. (Jates, E.s<j., Hamilton; 
O. H. Gillespie, Esn., Hamilton; Kev. (1. 
M. Innes, Quebt'c; D. M'Iniies, Ksq., Ha- 
milton; John Ferric, Es<(., Hamilton; (}. J. 
Foster, Esq., Hamilton; Hon. J. H. Came- 
ron, Toronto; T. C. Street, Esq., Niagara; 
N. Merritt, Rs<i., St. Catharines; Kichard 
Eaton, Es*!., Montreal; T. Bickle, Esq., 
Hamilton; Hon. W. P. Huwlund, Toronto; 
E. C. Thomas, Esq., Hamilton; Jas. Ha- 
milton, M.D., DundiLs; John Young, Esq., 
Hamilton. Manager, A. G. Uamsay, F.I. 

A. Me<lical Adviser, J. I). Macdonald, SI. 
D. General Agent, J. W. Marling. 

EniNBUROii Life. Ass. Co.— Canadian 
Office, Wellington Street, Toronto. Cana- 
dian Board, Hon. John Hillyard Cameron, 
M. P., Chairman ; J, W. Gamble, Esq., 
Ij. MofFatt, Es<i., Hon. J. B. Robinson, 0. 
J. Campbell, Esq. Secretary, David Hig- 
;pns. Medical Keferee, E. M. Hodder, Esq., 
M.D., F.R.C.S., England. Solicitor, Alex. 
Leith, Es<i. Inspector of Agencies, C. C. 
Foster. 

Hartford Fire I.\s. Co., Hartford, 
Conn, AsseU, 82,026,220.49. Geo. L. 
€ha«e, President. ' Geo, M, Coit, Secretary. 
C, C. Lyman, Assistant Secretary. Direc- 
tort, Albert Day, James Goodwin, Charles 
Boswell, Henry Keney, Calvin Day, Enoch 

C. Roberts, C. C. Lyman, Geo. L. Chase, 
HeniT J, Johnson, Jonathan R. Bunce, E. 

B. Wilkinson. E. Chaffey & Co., Agents, 
"Toronto. 

H0.ME Ins, Co., New Haven, Con.— Cash 
■capital, $500,000; Assets, $775,886,10. 

D. R. Satterlee, President; D. Trowbridge, 
Vice-PfMident Chas. Wilson, Secretary. 

E. Ciiaf7:y k Co., Agents, Front Street, 
Toronto. 

InrKi.iAi Fire lNHiitAN(;E Co.— Insti- 
tmted 1803.— Chief Offices: 1 Old Broad St., 
•nd U Pall Mdl, liondou. Agency for 
Canada : H^ and 'J5 St. Francois Xavier St., 



Montreal. Subscribed and investetl capitai. 
One Million Six Hun<lred Thousand Pounds 
Sterling. Toronto Agency, corner of Church 
and ('(dborne Streets, Ja.mks E. S.uitiv * 
Co, ; Wm. H, Rintoul, Iteiienil Agent for 
Canada, 

LANfAHiiiRE Fire and Like Issvranoe 
Co, — Head O/Kce, Exchange Street, St. 
Ann's Square, Mamhesti-r. Cajiital, £2,- 
000,000 sterling. S. C. DrNCAN-CtARK k 
Co., general agents for Ontario. 

Life Ak.so«;ia tios of Scotland.— Offices: 
Edinburgh, 82 Princes Street ; (Jlasgow, 123 
St. Vincent Street ; London, Chief Office, 
4 Lombanl Street, (E.C.) ; West end Office, 
48 Pall Mall (S. W.) ; Miinchester, 9 Corpora- 
tion Street; Dublin, 40 Dame Street ; Belfast, 
21 High Street ; Montreal, Place d'Annes. 
Directors at Montreal, David Torrance, Esii, 
(D. Torrance & Co.); (ieorge Moffiitt, Esq. 
(Gillespie, Moffiitt k Co.) ; Alexander Mor- 
ris, Hs(i., M. P., barrister ; The Honorable 
Sir (J. E. Caitier, Bart., M.P., Minister of 
Militia; Thomas Kirbv, Es(j., Banker ; Peter 
Red|Kith, Hscj. (J. RediMith k Son) ; Secreta- 
ry, P. Wanllaw, Esq.; Insjx'ctorof Ageiiiues, 
James H. M, (.'hipman, Esq. Toronto- 
Honorary Directors : Hon. Win. McMast«T, 
President Bank of Commerce ; R. A. Har- 
rison, Esq., M.P. ; G. W. Yarker, Kaq., 
Manager Bank of Montreal ; Medical Officer, 
H, H. Wright, Esq., M.D. ; Agent and 
Secretary, R. N. Goocii. 

LiVERi'ooi- AND London and Globe Ins. 
Co,~Fi/e and Life. — Head Office, Canada 
Branch, Place D'Armes, Montreal, Capital, 
810,000,000. Diivctors : T. B. Anderson, 
Ksti., Chairman, (President Bank of Mont- 
real) ; Henry Starnes, Jjtq., Deimty Chair- 
man, (Manager Ontario Bank) ; K H. King, 
Emi; (General Manager llank of iklontreaf; 
Henry Chapman, I'^q.. (Merchant) ; G. F. 
C. Smith, Esq., Resident Secretary. In- 
vested Funds, $17,250,000 ; Daily Income, 
$17,000. All Premiums received in Canada 
are retained and invested in Provincial secu- 
rities. This amount now exceeds $300,000. 
and is constantly increasing. Losses are 
ac^usted and paid in full immediately on 
proof, without dcduitioii, interest or dis- 
count. Agent at Toronto, Ja.men Eraser, 
Accountant. Notary, *<•. ; Olfice, 6 King St. 
West, adjoiniii),' Fulton, Michie k Co, 

London and LANtAsiiniE Life A.ss, Co- 
— Chief Offices, ConnMiny's Building, liead, 
enhall Street, liondon ; Canada Branch. 
Montreal, I)in>ctors : SVilliain Workman, 
Eso., President City Bank, Chairman ; John 
RedjNith, FLsq., Vice-Pres. Bank of Moutre^ ; 
Alexander M. Delisle, Esfi,, Collector of 
Cust«ma ; Louis Baudry, Esq,, Managing 
Directo New City Gas Co. Office, 104 St. 
Francois Xavi'fr Street. Thomas Simpaon, 



and invfstetl napitai, 
Til T]ioU8Aiul Pounds 
iicy, corner of Church 
Iamks K. Mmitii, k 
1, (.ii'iicml Ago.nt for 

M) LiKK Insvrance 
xolmngu Street, St. 
ester. Capital, £2,- 

Dr.MAN-CLAltK k 

Ontario. 

Si oTLA X n. —Offices : 
Street ; Glii-sgow, 123 
jondon, Chief Office, 

) ; West end Office, 
Iiin(;lieHter, 9 Corpora- 
I )iinie Street ; Helfast, 
real, Place d'Annes. 
David Torrance, Eh<i. 
(Jeorge MofTatt, >jtq. 
'o.) ; Alexander Mor- 
ter ; The Honorable 
t., M.P., Minister of 
, Esq., Banker ; Peter 
Mith k Son) ; Seeretn- 
Insjwctor of Agenjues, 
m, l-lwi. Toronto — 
Hon. Win. McMaster, 
nnnerce ; U. A. Har- 
(}. W. Yarker, JJsq., 
real ; Mc<Iical Ofticer, 

M.l). ; Agent and 

K'll. 

si»(»x Asi) Globk Ins. 
-Head Office, Canada 
s, Montreal. Capital, 
rs : T. B. Anderson, 
iident Bank of AIont> 

Vjiii, Dci)uty Chair- 
u Bank) ; K. H. Kine, 
i-r Bank of Montreal; 
[.. (Mendiant) ; G. F. 
ident Secretary. In- 
),000 ; Daily Income, 
ins received in Canada 
;ed in Provincial secu- 
low exceeds |300,000. 
;reiLsing. Losses arc 

full ininiediately on 
tion, interest or dis- 
anto, Ja.mks Fuaser, 
Ec. ; <lffiee, 5 King St. 
11, Michie k Co. 
\sHi]tK LiFK Ass. Co- 
my's Building, I^ad, 
n ; Canada Branch. 

William Workman, 
ank, Ciinirman ; John 
-es. Bank of Moutreal ; 
, Es*!., Collector of 
dry, Esq., Managing 
s Co. Office, 104 St. 
t. Thomas Simpson, 



'General Agent ; (ieo. B. Holland, (Hesidenee, 
Toronto), limpeetor of Agencies; Geo. IL 
Fenwick. M.IJ., Medical Advist'r. Kai.imi 
D. HoLLANli. Agent 

MuSTUKAr,. — Mnrine (Branch) Assurance 
Conqmny. Capital, two hundn-d tliousand 
pounds. Keserve Fund (npjiroxiniately), a 
((iiarter of a million iIollaiH. Marine Iiisur- 
aiic«! on favorable tenns. Head Office, 
Great St. James street Montreal. R. N. 
(tixx'ii. Agent. Office, corner of 'Change 
Alley and Colbonie St., Toronto. 

NoKTH Bhitish and Mekcantii.k Ins. 
Co.- -Established 1809. I'hief Offices : Edin- 
burgh, 64 Primes street ; London, 61 
Threadnee<lle street, E. C. ; London West- 
end Office, 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 8. 
W. I'aiimla BrHiich- Central Offices, 72 St. 
Frant!ois Xavier street, Montreal. Mana- 
ging Directors, Canada : 1). Lorn MacDou- 
gall, E.sq., Thomas Davidson, Esq. Local 
lioard of Directors : Hon. Louis Bcnaud, M. 
L.C.; Hon. John Kosc, M.P.; Hon. Thomas 
Ryan, M.L.C. ; James Ijiw, Esq., Merchant ; 
C.J. Brydgcs, Es(i., Managing DiiectorGrand 
Trunk Railway ; Gilbert Scott, Esq., Mer- 
chant. General Agents for Canada, Messrs. 
MacDougall k Davidson ; Se<retary, H. J. 
Johnston ; InsiK'ctor of Agencies, William 
Ewing ; Medical Officer, William Suther- 
land, M.D. Life Bran.h, H. L. Himk, 
agent, 6 Wellington street east. Fire Branch, 
R. N. GtKKir, agent, Toronto. 

NoRTliKKK Ass. Co. — Fire and Life. — 
Established 1836. Caidtal. £2,000,000 stg. 
Fully subsciilM'tl by over 900 Shareholders, 
whose individual resitonsibility is unlimited. 
Incorjwrated by Act of Parliament. Head 
Offices : London, 1 Moorgate street ; Al)er- 
deen, 3 King street. Agent for Toronto, 
W. RowL.\Ni), corner of Church <ind Wel- 
lington streets. Medical Examiner, Dr 
Newcomlx'. 

Phknix Iss. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. — 
Stephen, Crowell, Presiden'; ; Edgar W. 
Crowell, Vice-l»resident ; Philander Shaw, 
Secretary. Capital, l$l,000,WO; Surjdus, 
$658,567.73; Tot«l, f 1,568, 567. 73. Diiec- 
tora: Stephen Crowell, President East Brook- 
lyn Saving's Bank ; A. V. Stout, President 
Shoe and Leather Bank ; J. D. Ingersoll, 
No. 44 Cortlundt street ; Henry Collins, of 
Collins, Plummer k Co.; John M. Hicks ; I. 
H. Frothingham, President of Union Trust 
Co.; Geo. W. Bergen, of Valentine k Ber- 

fen ; Chas. C. Betts ; Jas. S. Rockwell, 47 
'erry stn-et ; A. <'. Bradley, of Bradley, 
Mills & Woodhull; Gustav Schwab, of 
Oelrichs k Co. ; Ezra Baldwin ; Nathan T. 
Beers, 45 Fulton street, Brooklyn ; Joshua 
Atkins, Jr., of J. Atkins, Jr., & Co. ; Au- 
gustus Studwell ; Gilbert Sayres, Jamaica, 
L. I.; Wiu. A. Budd, of Sullivan, Randolph 



k Budd : Wm. M. Vail, late .if Sullirnn. 
Ran.lolph k Bnd.l ; J. V. Si«d.r, of J. V. 
SjMider, k I'o. ; J^lward A. lx)W, No. 29 
Burling .Slip ; .Samuel W. Burtis, hanl- 
ware di-aler, Brooklyn ; D. F. Fernald ; 
E<lwin T. Rice, of Brainard k Rice ; E. 
\\. Crowell ; Daniel Ayn-s; Harold Dollner, 
ofDoUner, Potter & Co. ; Isaac RrinkcrhofT ; 
Wm. P. Beale, of Stearns k Beale ; Thoa. 
H. RiNlman, of Mann k IbNiman ; Wm. 
B. Kentlall, Agent of the Bigelow Carpet 
Co.; Benj. F. Wardell ; A. B. England, 
builder ; Edwin B»'ei-s. Conklin, Ron k Beers ; 
Nathaniel Putnam; E. S. Mills; Rufus R. 
Graves ; Daniel H. (tregory ; E. L. Roberts ; 
John (.'. Cole. C. (J. FoiniKii, general 
agent, Ontario Chambers, corner of Church 
and Front Streets. 

Phkxix MrrrAi, Lifk Ins. Co., Hartford, 
<'onn. — Dividends Annually, 50 percent; 
Assets, 82,900,000.00. A. R. Bethune, 
Oneral Agent, 104 St Francis Xavier St, 
Montreiil, Dominion of Canada. Officers — 
E. Fessenden, President ; James B. Hosmer, 
Vice-President; James F. Bums, Secretary; 
A. W. Barrows, M.D., Con.sulting Physician. 
A. DeGkasbi, Agent, Toronto. 

Puovintial Ins. Co. of Canada. — Hon. 
J. Hillyard Cameron, l*resident; Lewii 
Molfatt, Es<i., Vici-President, Directore, 
Hon. J. Hillyard Cameron, C. J. Campball, 
Esq., John M. Gillis, Esq , H. S. Howland, 
Esq., George Chaffey, Esq., Lewi* Moffatt, 
Esq., W. J, MacDonell, Esq., A. R. Mc- 
Masttr, Esq., A. T. Fulton, Esq., A. M. 
Smith, Esq., Hon. Malcolm Cameron. 
Manager, Jnmes Sydney Crocker, Esq. 

QuKKN Ins. Co., of Liverpool and London. 
— Canada Brimch, Chief Office, Montreal. 
Board, W^illiam Molson, Esq., Chairman; 
H<m. James Ferrier ; Henry 'Tliomai, Esq. ; 
David Torrance, Esq. (Fire Dep't.) ; Bank- 
ers, Molsons Bank ; liCgal Advisei-s, Messri. 
Torrance k Morris ; Medical Adviser, Wm. 
Sutherland, Esq., M.D. ; Surveyor, Thomas 
S. S»'ott, Esq. ; Auditor, Tliomaa R. John- 
son, Esq. ; A. Mackenzie Forbes, Esq., Re- 
sident Secretary and General Agent. W. 
Rowland, agent for Toronto, cor. Church 
and Front streets. 

Railway Passknoeks Ass. Co, of Hart- 
foril, Conn.— Insures agtiinat all kinds of 
accidents. Capital, $304,800. I>re8ident, 
James G. Batterson ; Vica-President, George 
B. Wright ; Secretary, Henry T. Sperry ; 
General Ticket Agent, Justin Snow. 

Royal Ins. Co. — Fire and Life. — Capital 
$2,000,000 sterling. Royal Insurance build- 
ings. North John Street, Liverpool, and 
Lombanl Street, lx)ndon. F. H. Hkward, 
Agent, corner of Yonge and Wellington 
Streets, Toronto. 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



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■i 



Stau Lirr, Ahs. Society <»r Enulanp. — 
Chief Officp, 48 Moor^ate Strrot, London ; 
Canada Branch Office, 48 King Street K^wt, 
Toronto. Council of KefiTenco, Toronto : 
John Mardonald, Ksn. ; Hon. Wni. McMa«- 
ter ; James M«t<nlti-, Usq. ; Hon. John 
Kofw ; A. M. Smith, Fjwi. ; Kev. Knodi 
Wood, 1). I). ; Me.licnl Kufone. W. T. 
Aikins, E8i|., M.I). Council of Kciferenoc, 
Montreal : T. Maxwell IJryHon, Vaiu ; T. 
James Claxton, Vmi ; Hon. Jiimcs terrier; 
JameH Adams Matliewson, I<>»|. ; John Tor- 
rance, Jr., Ksij. ; Medical IJiferces, (>. 'VV. 
Campbtll, Ksii., M. I)., and M'm. Wood 
Squire, I-vmi., M. I). J. (Jreoouy, Oenerul 
Agent for HritiHh North America, 48 King 
Street ¥jmt, Toronto. 

Thi Trwelehm In,s. Co., of Hartford, 
Conn., insure.s u!;^in.st accidents causing 
death or disiildiu;; injur}*. Cash capital, 
1500,000, with not surjdus", July 1, (if ?'296,- 
126 35. Canadii Hoard of Reference : C. J. 
Brydp'H, ¥^<{., AIana;{ing Director Grand 
Trunk IJnili-oad, Montn-al ; Tho.s. Swinyard, 
Mannffing Director Circut Western Railway, 
Hamilton ; Hun. L. H. Holton, late Minis- 
ter of Finance, Montreal ; Hon. Alexander 
Camphell, Cunimifwioner of Crown Lands, 
Kingston ; Hon. Win. McMivster, firm 
McM.iyter & Nepiiews, merchants, To- 
ronto ; Wm. Workman, Esq., President 
City Hank, Montreal ; Hugh Allan, Esq., 
firm Hugh & Andnw Allan, general mer- 
chants, and agents Montreal Ocean Steam- 
ship Company, Montreal ; J. L. Hcaudry, 
Mayor of Alontreal ; Edwin Atwater, E-scj., 
firm E. Atwater & Co., niorchanis, and 
President Citizins' Insurance Co., Montreal ; 
Henrj- Starnes, p'sq.. Manager Ontario 
Bank, Montreal ; .fames Johnson, Esq., 
Ex-President Provincial Exhibition, Lon- 
don. Geo. AV. Camphell, M.I)., Montreal, 
meilical and surgical advi8<'r for Canada. 
Tlios. E. Foster, Esq., Montreal, general 
agent for Dominion o» Canada. W. Row- 
l.ANP, corner of Church and Wellington 
streets, agent for Toronto. 



Thk Loxno.v A.ss. Cdkpouatiox.— In- 
corporated by Royal charter A.D. 1720. 
Head OHice, No. 7 Royal Exchange, London, 
England. Bonamy liobree, Eaq^ , tiovcrnor ; 
Patrick F. Robertson, F:s<i., M.P., Sub- 
Governor ; Richard Baggallay, Esq., Depnty- 
Govenior; John Laurence, Esq., Secretary; 
John Anthony Rucker, ' Esq. , Underwriter ; 
Arthur H. Bailey, Esq., Actuary. Tho». B. 
Bateman, ¥j»i., Manager of the Fire Depart- 
ment Agent, Mr. Roraco H. Stephens, 61 
St Francis Xavier Street, Montreal. Ihaac 
C. GiLMOK, Agent for Toronto. 

The Mutual Life lN.srnAxoi'. Co., of 
New York. — F. S. Winston, President Fur- 
nishes insurance combining the adrantages 



offered hj oil other Companira, with an- 
equalle<l financial securitY. AMcta, over 
$•26,000,000 in cash. Richard A. MeCnrdy, 
Vice-President ; John M. Stuart, Secretary; 
F. Schroedcr, Assistant Secretary ; Sheppanl 
Honians, Actuary; liewisC. Ijiwton, Assist. 
Actuary. E. (iiakkky k Co., Agcnte, 
Front Street, Toronto. 

ToROTo MrTUAi. Fiui; Iss. Co.— Presi- 
dent, R. L. Denison, Esfj. ; Vice-President, 
A. T. McCord, l-^q. ; Directors, R. I* 
Denison, Esq., H. S. Howland, l-jiq., Jaa. 
Fleming, E.-ui., A. T. Mc(,'onl, Ewj., John 
Patterson, Esq., Dr. A. A. Riddel, Henry 
Rowsell, Esii., D. Thurston, I'jmj. ; S. 
Thomitson, Esq., Managing Director ; Sec- 
retary, II. Hancock. City Agent, r. UN- 
WIN, Adelaide Street, opposite Court House. 

The TnAVEi.KK.s* Insvhanck Comi-any of 
Hartford, Conn., grants all kinds of Life and 
Accident Insurance, sejiaratcly or combined, 
at lowest rates of Premium. A.s«i t.s, Jan. 1, 
1868, $940,829..')]. OtKcers: James (J. Bat- 
terson. President; Ctustavus F. Davis, Vice 
President; Rodney Dennis, Secntnry; Clias. 
E. Wilson, Ass't Secretary; Kdwin W. Bry- 
ant, Actuary; Hon. F.lizur AS right. Consult- 
ing Actuary" ; H. P. Stearn.s M.D., (Consult- 
ing Surgeon; Henry A. Dyer, General Agent. 
Canada Board of Reference : C. J. Brjdges, 
E.sq., Maimgiiig Director Grand Trunk Rail- 
road, Montreal; Thos. Swinyanl, E.s(|., Man- 
aging Director Great Wi.steni Railway, 
Hamilton; Hon. L. H. Holton, late Minister 
of Finance, Montival; Hon. Alex. Campbell, 
Commissioner of Crown liand.s, Kingston; 
Hon. Wm. ilcMaster, M.L.C., firm McMas- 
ter k Nephews, Merchants, Toronto; Wm. 
Workman, Eso., Pn-sident City Bank, Mon- 
treal; Hugh Allan, Esq., firm Hugh & Andw. 
Allan, General Merchants, and Agents Mon- 
treal Ocean Steamship Comi>any, Montreal; 
J. L. Beaudry, Esq., Mayor of Montreal; 
Fdwin Atwater, Esq., firm E. Atwater & Co. , 
Merchants, and President Citizem Insunuire 
Co., Montreal; Henry Stuniea, F.sii., Man- 
ager Ontario Bank, Montreal; .f.i.s. .tohnson, 
iSq., Ex-President Provincial Exhibition, 
London; Geo. W. ('ampbell, M.D., Mon- 
treal, Medical and Surgical Adviser for Can- 
ada ; Thos. E. Foster, Montreal, General 
Agent for Dominion of Canada. Scott It 
Walmsley, Agents l*rovince of Ontaria 

Westebn Ash. Co., of Canada. — Fire. 
and Mnrinc Insurance. — Directors : Hon. 
John McMurrich, President ; Chas. ^[agrath, 
Vice-President ; Robert Beatty, Esq., Rice 
Lewi.s, A. M. Smith, James Michie, Thomas 
Haworth, John Fisken, and A. Manning. 
Ofl[lccrs : B<-mard Haldan, Sccretarj- ; .lolm 
Maughan, Jr., Assistant Secretary ; Wm. 
Blight, Fire Inspector ; Capt. J. T. Douglas, 
Marine Inspector. Jas. Prikoia, gwi'l agent. 



Compftnin, with na- 
curitY. AKartfl, orer 

Richard A. MeCnrdj. 

M. Htunrt, SecreUiy ; 

t S«creUrj ; Shcppard 
pwisC. liAwtoii, Auist. 
KK.Y tt Co., AgenU, 

KiKi: Ins. Co.— Presi- 
Kmj. ; Vicel'resident, 

|. ; Directors, II. I* 
Hnwlaiul, ¥ju\., Jaa. 
. McCorci, Kw]., Jolin 
A. A. Kidd.l, llrniy 
Thurston, ICwi. ; 8. 
nnjjing Director ; Sec- 
City ARrnt, C. Uh- 
o|)i>o8ite Court IIouw. 

NsrKANTK CoMl'ANY of 

it.s nil kiiulN of Life and 
ii'jiiiratcly or conibined, 
nuuin. A.sM( t.s, .Ian. I, 
OlKciTs: .Inni(s(J. Hat- 
nstuvus F. Davis, Vice 
oiiiiis, Scrntnrv; Chaa. 
ntiuy; Kdwin ^V. Ilry- 
Kliznr \S right, Consult- 
ittarns, M.D., ('onsnlt- 
A. Dyer, Gentral Atfcnt. 
fcrcncc : C. J. I^r^•dgp8, 
tor Gnmd Tninlt Rail- 
8. KuinyunI, Ks(|., Man- 
int Wi stem Railway, 
|{. I [olton, late Minister 
; Hon. Alex. CnmpWll, 
own I^nds, Kingston ; 
r, M.L.C., iinn McMaa- 
rchnntH, Toronto; Wm. 
sidcnt City Rank, Mon- 
's^\., iina Hugh & Andw. 
Imnt«, and Agents Mon- 
ip Coini>any, Montreal; 
|., Mayor of Montreal; 
, firm E. Atwater k Ca , 
ident Citizen 1 1nsunuire 
y Stttni<>a, Van., Mau- 
ilontreal; .'.i.s. .tuhnsun, 
Provincinl Exhibition, 
'anipbell, M.D., Mon- 
irgical Adviser for Can- 
ter, Montreal, General 
I of Canada. Sc(»TT ft 
l*rovince of Ontario. 

-'o., of Canada. — fSre 
nee. — Directors : Hon. 
■sident ; Cha.s. Mngrath, 
ert Beatty, Esn., Rica 
James Hichie, Thomas 
(en, and A. Manning, 
ildan, Sct-retarj- ; Jolm 
stant Secretary ; "Wm. 
T ; Capt. J. T. Douglas, 
8. PRlKni.B, g«>n'l agent. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Wmtirn In8. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.— E«- 
tabliahcd ii. 1862. Assets over half a mil- 
lion. Oflic), a and 8 Main street, and 3 and 
4 Central Wharf. Gibson T. Williams, 
President ; P. 8. Marsh, Viie-President ; 
Edward B. Smith, SecretarT ; Towusend 
Darifl, Assistant Secretary ; Wm. Rowland, 
Agent, Toronto, Ont. 

UNITKI) STATF..S Cahualtt Co. — New 
York OlHcc, No. 96 Broadway. Cash Cai)ital 
$100,000. E. t;. Fisher, President ; F. Mar- 
ko»!, Jr., Secretary. Pkllatt * Ohlkr, 
Agents, Toronto. 

PuoiNix FiiiK In.s. Co. — I^nibard st. and 
Charing Cross, London. Established 1782. 
General .\gents for Canada, Gillespie, Moffatt 
h Co., Montreal. Agents for Toronto, 



MOFFAIT, 

street. 



MiMiuAY k IJKATnK, 36 Yonge 



Co.MMEUCiAi, Uniont Ahs. < i. — Head 
OfRce, 19 and 20 Cornhill, London, E. C. 
Chairman, John Houstcad ; Manager (Fire), 
F.. Cozens Smith ; Actuary, W. P. Pattison ; 
Underwriter, J. Carr Saunders ; Solicitors, 
Messrs. Thomas & HoUams ; Secretary, Alex. 
Sutherland. 

noMKDiSTKirT Ml'TLAL FlIlE ISS. Co.— 

John Rains, Secretary, Yonge street, comer 
of Adelaide. 

London Fiuk and Like Iks. Co. — J. C. 
GiLMoii, Agent, Colboino street 

Standard Lifk Ins. Co.— Pkllatt k 
Osi-Eii, No. 80 King street. Agents. Drs. 
Liz-irs k Hall, consulting physician.s. 

Westkun Ins. Co., Hulfalo, N.Y. — Assets 
over half a million. Wm. Rowland, agent, 
Toronto, Ontario. 

New York AcriDENTAi. In.s. Co., 141 
Broadway, N. Y. Cash capital §250,000. 
Simpson & Bethune, Canada Agency, 104 
St. Fran9oisXavier St., Montreal. Pei.latt 
k Osi.Eii, agents, Toronto. 

The Scottish PiioviNfiAL As.s. Co. — Es- 
tablished 1825. — Canada head office, Mon- 
treal. Canada Board of Directore : Hugh 
Taylor, E.S(|., Advocate; Hon. Charles Wil- 
son, M.L.C., Win. Sache, Esq., Banker; 
Jackson Hue, Esij., Banker. Legal Adviser, 
Straclian Bcthunc, Q.C. Medical Adviser, 
Wm. Fra.ser, M.l). S(!cretary, A. Davidson 
Parker. Toronto : 0. L. Maddi.son, agent. 
Bay St., south of King. 



MTOINO COMPANIES. 

The Touonto Minino Exchange, York 
Chambers, Court St. — Instituted for the 
purchase and sabi of stocks and other secu- 
rities of Mining and other Companies or cor- 
Siorations fully organized and constituted, 
'resident, Josiaa Bray, Esq. ; 1st Vice-Presi- 



dent, James H. McHurray, Esq. ; 2nd Vice> 
President, Robert Beaty, Esq. Other m«m> 
Ijers of the Executive Committee : W. C 
Adams, Esq., D.D.S. ; K J. Jarvis, Fjiq. ; 
W. Kursteinan, Ym\. ; T, D. I^K'dynrd, Esq. ; 
H. P Savigny, F^q. ; J. Hhortiss, Esq. ; J. 
J, Vickem, Esq. ; F. J. Withers, Flaq. S. C. 
DiTNCAN-Ci.AUK, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Bi-anl/o)-d ami (hxlerkh Gold ami Silver 
Minimj Co. of Madoc, (Limited.) Capital 
stock 872,000, divided into 14,400 shares of 
(5 each. Working capital $36,000. De- 
posit on subscription $2 per share, and the 
balance in j)ayments of $1 per month. The 
following is the Provisional Board of Direc- 
tors : President, Thomas Nightengale, Esq. 
Directors : Thomius Taylor, Goderich ; Don- 
ald Cameron, Mado«; ; Philij) Williams, To- 
ronto ; Lachlan Kennedy, Maloc ; William 
Shorts, (Soderich ; John Segsworth, Toronto ; 
Thomas Nigbteiiguli', Yorkville ; J. N. Ag- 
new, Toronto. See retary, J. N. Agnew ; 
Treasurer, John Segsworth ; Mining Super- 
intendent, Wm. Shorts. .Solicitors, Messrs, 
Morrison k Sampson, Western Assurance 
BuiMings, Church Street, Toronto. Bank- 
ers, the Bank of (Commerce, Toronto. 

Madoc Quid Mlninij Co. of Toronto, No. 1 
Victoria Hall, Melinda Street, Toronto. 
President, W. R. Brown ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Herbert Mortimer ; Solicitors, 
Jones Brothei-s. Board of Directors : W. B« 
Brown, Win. Whariii, W. C. Adams, Dr. 
IT. Ogden, Hugh Miller, Herbert Mortimer. 

The Union ^fi}lin{f Co. (Limited.) Capital 
stock StiO.OOO, divided into 3,000 shares. 
Par value of shares, $20. Depasit on subscrip- 
tion $5 pr share. Objects, mining for gold, 
silver, &c. Provisional Directors : Presi- 
dent, George M. Hawke, Esq. Directors: 
G. M. Hawke, James Watson, Robert Hay, 
Robert Beaty, Dr. G. W. Jones. Managing 
Director : T. S. Chandler. Solicitor : J. G. 
Scott, Fs(i. Bankers: The Bank of To- 
ronto. Secretary and Treasurer : Robert 
Beaty. Offlce : 53 King St Ea.st, Toronto. 

The WvUivijIon Gold Minimj Co. of Ma- 
doc (Limited). To be incorporated by let- 
ters patent under th(! provisions of the Act 
27 and 28 Victoria, chap. 2.3, and amend- 
ments thereto. Capital stock ?200,000, di- 
vided into 40,000 shares of !?5 each, of which 
§100,000 is reserved for worki'ig ca]>ital. 
Directors: Hon. John Carling, M. P., Adam 
C'rooks, Es(i., Q.C., John Crawford, Esq., 
Q.C, M.P., Thomas Lailey, Esq., merchant, 
A. M. Smith, Esq., President Roynl Cana- 
dian Bank. Manager and Superintendent: 
Hugh R. Fletcher, Mining Engineer. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, H. S. Ledyard. Solici- 
tors : Messrs. Mc^Iurray & Rae. Bankers : 
The Roval Canadian Bank. 



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Toronto and Whiihy MiHitig Co. (limitwl.) 
Eatsblished to mine for Gold and othi"- inin- 
enda on twenty acivs of lot numlter 28, in 
the 4th couwrssion of Madoe. Capital $50,- 
000, in 5,000 ahares of (10 each, )M>-able $2 
per share on subscription, and the remainder 
in four equa\ monthly instalments. I*ro- 
visional Directors : John Bums (of Thomp- 
son k Bums,) Tor« r.ti : John Boyd (of John 
Boyd k Co.) Toronto; IV. H. H. Writcht, 
Toronto ; W. Wharin, Toronto ; Hugh Mil- 
ler, Toronto ; J. A. Holdcn, V> hitby ; Chaa 
King, Whitby. Bankers: Royal Canadian 



Bank, Solicitor : T. Kcarton HoiKan. 
Secretary and Treasurer : S. SpreulL 

Victoria. Gold Mining Co. of Toronto (lim- 
ited). Capital stock, |3fi,000, divided into 
3,500 shares original stock. Par value of 
shares, $10 each. Deposit on subscriptioo, 
25 per cent. Directors : Orin Wardell, 
James Norris, John Bitchie, Josias Bray, 
Thoiuiw McCrosson. President : J. W, Cox 
(of Cox * Company). Secretary and Trea- 
surer: Josias Bray. liankers: Ontario 
Bank. Solicitors : Leys, Mi-Murrich k 
Kobertson. 



CHIN^ HA.L1LI 



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China Breakfast and Tea Sets, 

DINNER AND DESSERT SETS, 

TOILET 8fiT8, GLAS8UARE, PLATED GOODS, AND 

TABLE eiJTLERY. 

• Leather Bags, Fancy Goods, and Albums, 

Tea Trays, &c. 
ai^OTSR HARRISON, 

71 Kinu Street FAi.^t, TOIE^ODSTTO. 



HENRY GRAHAM & CO., 

IMI'dHTKH.S (IK 

©AiPiTS. BBy^QlTS, MATTINGS. 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 
OIL OXjOTHIS, 

3 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 



Koarton Moi^pui. 

S. Spreull. 
Co. of Toronto <lim- 
S5,000, divided into 
took. Par value of 
wit on subscription, 
•8 : Orin Wardell, 
tchie, Joeias Bray, 
vsident : J, W. Cox 
Secretary and Trea- 

}kinkers : Ont«rio 
pys, McMurrich k 



TORONTO 



STREET DIRECTORY, 



1838. 



Sets, 

Albums, 






DliTTO. 



CO., 



▲daUld* Btraet Wait -North Hds. 

Cmnmrncfs at Yonge and rnns lotst to 

Sfracfian Avenue. 
I H. Ncrlirh k Co., fancy goodn. 



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20 

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28 
30 
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ONTO. 



4, 6, 8 Alfxiiiider Ptirso, taloou, 
Irt City ButliH. 

Vacant lot. 

Jotw'iih Clark, marine ston*. 

rutnck Coulin. 

Kolx'rt FcrgUHon, tailor. 

Jiuucs Stilibs, notary puMic. 

Williant Stililis, an-hitcct. 

F. K. Stockwcll, wire worker. 
22i Alexander Wilson, liailitr. 
24 Matthew Sclway, liwt niakir. 

Ciiarles 11. H\il)lmrd, H'M leaf uianu* 
facturer. 

Thoniivs Oiiiy, «ontnutor. 

Vacant hou.se. 

Vacant liou.je. 

Zion Congregational Chunli. 

Boy Strci'f infuritee^.i 

John Doel. 

George Richards, tailor. 

.Samuel Willcocks, tailor. 

Martin Syiularc. 

IVter Backer, fancy goods. 

All's. M. O'Coiinell, tavern. 

Vacant iiouse. 

William Dinner, hoot and shoe nnmu- 

fiictnrer. 
W. B. Nicol, M.I». 
Cajit. W..S. I'rincc, ehief of police, 
.lames Morris, barrister. 

.... Slifpfxtrii Street interserJi 

C. B. Hall, M.n. 

C. Lockman, machinist. 
" William rstrniu, policeman. 
70 Vacant lot. 



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46 



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56 
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58 

60 
62 



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74 



78 DeVere Huut, printer. 

80 Geo. Holnian, nianogiT Koyal Lvceum. 

82 William H. Cumming, M.D. 

84 Mrs. C. Walls. 

86 Miss A. Irving, lioarding house. 

88 (.'apt Benjamin Stratfonl. 

90 T. .1. Pares. 

92 Mrs. H. Cameron. 

" Kev. Dr. Barclay. 

" Hev. 1. Frank, private school. 

96 Thomas Campton, ginger beer nuiuu- 

facturer. 

98, 100, 102 .lohn Ikwth, confectioner. 

York- Street intersects 

104, 106 .lames Pattereon, grocer. 
108 Frederick Milligan, tavern. 

Wm. J. McClure, conductor G.T. 11. 

Kobert King, conductor (J.T.K. 

Samuel Bowman. 

Uobcrt Dowman. 

Thomas Wholohen, laborer. 

•lames Burns, .sailor. 

William Whitcomb, chairmaker. 

James liiiter, laborer. 

William Mozley, shoemaker. 

Sanund Chapman, laborer. 

David ( 'olliiis, labonir. 

William Anderson, carriage builder. 

II. A. Morrison, baggage master G.T.U. 

John Bell, barrister. 
Vacant lot. 
132, 134 11 ichard Couch, buihUr. 
130 (Jeorgc (!room. 

Alexaiulei Arnot. 

1j. p. Sherwood. 

John Davi.s, laborer. 

John Ginty, contractor. 

S. If. .lames, dry goods. 

Mrs. S. Thomas. 

William Thorpe, agent. 



110 
112 
114 

116 



118 



120 
122 
126 



138 
140 
142 
148 
150 
152 
154 



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186 Mrs. E. Rankin, boarding houne. 

158 Hugh Gillis. clerk. 

160 Mrs. G. Lenny, boarding honse. 



164 
166 
168 
170 
172 
174 
176 
178 
180 
182 

194 

196 



.Slmcoe Street intersects. 
Vacant lot. 
John Piatt, builder. 
Vacant house. 
J. M. Stewart, hardware, 
sirs. A. Miles. 

Geo, H. Wilson, toller Bank of Montreal, 
H. Gaston, teacher of French. 
Vacant house. 
A. H. Pearson, printer. 
Alex. Oliphaiit, boarding house. 
Alonzo Spooner, apnt. 
Vacant lots. 
Peter Far<iuluii-si)n, grocer and carpen- 
ter. 
William Muir, carjjenter. 
Francis Cullen, mail carrier. 
Alex. Duget, machinist. 
Duncan street intersects 



l'i\<au grounds. 
210 James Paterson, Q.C., barrister. 

John Street intersects 

212 Hugh Devlin. 

214 Jlrs. Margaret Healy. 

Vacant lots. 
222 James Ne-ille, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
226 Andrew Sicbcr. 

Vacant lots. 
244 Mrs. Isabella Kosh. 
246 George Wallace, engineer. 
248 E. H. Gilbert, lumber merchant. 

Vacant lots. 



Peter Strct intersects 

262 George Perkins, merchant. 

Private grounds. 
268, 270, .John Ross. 

Chas. W. Wilmott, undertaker. 
Vacant lots. 
278 John Robinson, laborer. 
Va(^ant lots. 

Uroi-k Street intersects 

304 Mrs. Catlicrine Maine, 
306 James Stewart, engineer. 
308 George 15rown, engineer. 
*' James Brown, engineer. 
310 J. F. McDonald, freight agent N.R.C. 
312, 314 Vacant 1..M. 

316 Wm. Hendevjon, plumber. 
818 John S. Warren, band-box maker. 

Vacant lots. 
324 John SIcDonald, builder. 
326 Joseph C'uiTan, barrister. 
828 John Hilbert, engineer. 
S30 W. Dollery, conductor N.R.U. 
232 George Salley, engineman. 
83| Alexander Aiiderson, carriage maker. 
384 Moses Stennett, laborer. 



834 i Robert Pearson, engineer. 
336 Patrick Anderson, clerk. 
3364 Richard Hall, clerk. 
338 Alexander Durie, teamster. 
'* Miss Margaret McDonald, dressmaker. 
" Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. 
Vacant house. 
Henry Smith, grocer. 

Brant Street intersects 

Vacant lots, 
^[rs. C. A[cC'lennan, dressmaker. 
James Anderson, fireman G.T.R. 
Thomas Oliver, laborer. 
Mrs. Ann McNamara, grocer. 

Portland Street intersects 

James Warde, grocer. 

)Irs. Cathiirinc Frear, boarding house. 

Wm. Clement •, ■ "rpenter, 

Wm. Black n- -ri, engineer. 

VuiMl lot. 
Michael Brady, bnikeman. 
John Cunningham. 
Vacant house. 
Denis Connell, barrack-sergeant. 

Vacant lots. 
Michael Scallion, caniage driver. 

Vacant lots. 
James Anderson, school teacher. 

Vacant lots. 

Bathurst Street intevserts. 

Rev. J. B. Proulx, P.P., chaplain to 

Forces. 
St. Mary's School and Convent. 
450 Michael Kelly, mariner. 

Tecumseth Street inte.rstets 

Vacant lots. 
Edward Seymour, laborer. 
Edward Worth, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Wilmott, laborer. 
John Naddy, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Riley, policeman. 
James Shea, Ip.borcr. 

VachBt lots. 
Edward Hyland, laborer. 
William Purcell, blacksmith. 

Vacant lota. 

Niagara Strcrt intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
....Straehan Avenut intersects 



340 
342 



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384" 
386 
388 
390 

394 
396 
398 
400 

408 

418 



492 
494 

506 

516 
518 

528 
530 



Adelaide Street West- South side. 
Commences at Vonge, and runs west 
Straehan Avenue. 
1, 3, 5, J. W. Gale, dry goods. 

Vacant lots. 
11,13 John McBcan, lumber merchant. 

Johnston's Lane iniersects 

17 John Hassou, blacksmith. 



to 



neer. 
erk. 

mstcr. 

nald, dressmaker. 

(crsects 

s. 

dressmaker. 
raanG.T.R. 
cr. 

p, grocer. 
nterstcts 

, boarding house. 

enter. 

finecr. 

t. 

eman. 

ck-sergeaut 

s. 

ringe driver. 

s. 

ool teacher. 

s. 

iiifer.ierts. 

P.P., chaplain to 

id Convent, 
tier. 

Mf.rsKts 

ts. 

borer. 

irer. 

ts. 

borer. 

:8. 
iman. 

orer. 
cksmith. 

•S. 

Intersects. 

;s. 

interstcts 

South Bide. 
id runt west to 

goods. 

s. 

nber merchant. 

intersects 

tnith. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. T. FITZHENRY, PROPRIETOR. 



JOHN BOYD & OO.. 






AND 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

ei <S6 eS T-RQ-^TT STJREET, XOIlOia"TO, 

*•* 

Now in Store, direct from the Eitro^iean and West India Markets, a large assortment 

of General Gruoeries, compriaing , ' ' 

TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEES; 

WINES AND LiaUORS, AND GENERAL OBOGEBIES. 



Canvas, Manilla and Tarred Rope, Oaknni, Tar, Flags, &c„ fte« 

DIBKOT FROM THK MANUFACTURERS. j 

Special altenlloB paid to the Sale of CSovita on ranslBaneBt 






"♦♦•-♦-♦♦♦■ 



MA.NUFA.CTTJI*ER OF 



—AND— 

ALL OF WHICH CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS OF THE PURE8T QUAUTY. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEIL CURRIE, 

BOILER WORKS, 



MAJYUFACrURfiR OF ALL KINDS OF 



MARINE, STATIONARY AND PORTABLE 

BOILERS, 

Oil Stills, Worms, Agitators, Iron Boats, 

BRIDGES, GIRDERS, 

WORKS 0\ THE ESPLANADE, FOOT OF CHURCH ST., 



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TORONTO, ONT. 




JOSEPH DAVIDS. 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, 

WholcMla Md ntall dealer In 

MMllrlaMt Palate, •!!•, 

Varatakct. C«l«ni, 

BrathM* <»., 

No. 169 KING STREET EAST, 

OppMiU tke Clyde Hotel, 

TORONTO. 



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TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Boats, 



fR€H ST., 



VVIDS, 



I dealer in 

! Man. PaCriii 

ite, •lis, 
•l«nit 

tc, 

EET EAST, 

nydt Hotel, 

rORONTO. 



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21 

23 

25, 

29 



31, 
37, 



Kenneth Mi:I)onald, bookkeeper. 
Mrs. L. A. Turrefl*, boarding iiouse. 
Sunuiel Cii-spar. rctirwl. 
27 .Tames llubbs, blackaniith. 
Rioliard Shunnou, blacksmith. 
William O. Han-is, tailor. 
George Jackson, laborer. 
Mrs. Mur|)liy, luundre.ss. 
33, 35 Samuel Wilson, cigar box manu- 
facturer 
39, 41 O. S. & A. WilU, biscuit manu- 
facturers. 

Bill/ Sfrrrt interaeclji 

Vacant house. 
51 ('. W. Buchanan, M.l)., coroner. 
•• (). H. Huclmnaii, M.l). 
63 A. S. Irving, stationer. 
65 ■?. ('. ("lapp, engineer. 
57 Uzzicl Ogdcn, M.l). 
59, 61 Withrow & Hillock, builders. 
71, 73 .1. P. Wagner, sash and blind raan'r. 
" .loab Scales k Co., tobacco man'frs. 
75 William I'alen, cariicntcr. 
77 Mary Palcn. 
79, 81 Airs. .M. Hurk, dairy. 

Vacant lot. 
85, 87 W. 0. Koyle, watchman. 
89 Daniel Kinncane, laborer. 
Jioltwi\i Lane iiUerscrts. 

Vacant lot. 
93 Morgan O'Flaherty, Custom Hoube 
broker. 

Vacant lots. 
99 .Tames Dimond. 
" William Smith, ]>ort<'r. 
101 (Jporgc Lenhardt, nuittrass manufac- 
turer. 
103 .lohn W. Howden, grocer ami builder. 

York street intersei-tii 

105, 107, 109 Scales & Son, tobacco manu- 

fttcttnvis. 
Ill Thomas Dean, brn.ss founder. 
11 :i Worslcy Kbbs, (Jrown Lands Depar'mt. 
11. "i (icorge IJooth, copper smith. 
117, 119 Thomas Dean, biiiss founder. 
121 .F(din W. I'almer, i)ainter. 

" I'eter Higgins, laborei'. 

" Hrnjnniiii .loncs, Inborer. 
12M .Mrs. .\nnic Shortly, grocer. 
125 .lames Taylor, laborer. 
127 .lohn Hanford, carpenter. 
129 .Mrs. .Maria llattin, dressmaker. 
" Hichard Taylor, tin iilatcstamiicr. 
Vacant lots. 
135 Mrs. .\niiie .\shby, boaiiiing house. 
137 .lohn Nicliid, carriage painter. 
139 William .McFadden, engineer. 
141 (leorge IJrquhart, laborer. 
1414 ^''■''- Hridget Hickey, tailoress. 
143 .lohn Clevitland, shoemaker. 
145 Samuel Ihiiley, carriagesmith. 
147 William .\rnell, jun., shoemaker. 
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149 Mrs. Kaohael Martin. 

151 Mrs. C. McCalluni. 

163 William C'aswell, Itoarding house. 

156 Mrs. S. M. Scott, Ituanling Louse. 

167, 159 John Strathy, Iwirrister. 

Si'mcoe. Street intersects. 

161 William Morrow, messenger. 

" James Marshall, tmrter. 

" James Colville, LI. (.'. Ccdlege. 

' ' U pjx-r ( 'anada College G rounds. 

John Street inJersects, 

Vacant lots. 
259 Thomas Ti-ew, assistant Com. Genl. 

J'eter Street Intersects, 

Vacant lots. 

If rock Street intersects 

Vacant lot-s. 
317 Ificlmrd Humphrey, carjwntcr. 
319 Murk Di.von, law stuilent 
821 David Lister, machinist 
323 I'utrick Corbett 

J^ Vacant lots. 
327 .lohn MeKenzie, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
335 David Foster, grocer. 

Brant Street intersects. 



Vacant lots. 
365 Vacant house. 
867 Mrs. M. Fisher, laundiess. 

Vacant lot.s. 
373 Archibald Mclnnes, policeman G. W. li. 
375 Michael I.oiicrgan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Part /a »(/ Street intersects. 

387 John Kaine, laborer. 

Vacant lot 
391 Mrs. I.. Crawfoitl, seamstress. 

Vac4int lot. 
395 James Dwyer, laborer. 
397 John Shefi]Mird, laborer. 
399 Jeremiah Dunne, laborer. 
401 James Kearney, lalM)rer. 
403 Sylvester Halligan, laborer. 

Vacant lot 
407 Lawrence Glynn, laborer. 
409 Timothy Hedmiuid, musician. 

Vacant lot. 
413 Richard Dalton 
415 Mi.ss Francis Nisl'it 
417 Timothy Sullivan, laborer. 
419 .lames Hannon, laborer. 
421 Itaudolph Lowry, laborer. 
423 Philip IJuriis, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Bathurst Street intersects . 

429 Mrs. M. Cothc4irt 

Vacant lots. 
Tecnmseth Street intersects 



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.loliii Christie, klwrcr. 
Vufunt lots. 

NUiijiirii SIrrrI hitfritrcta. 

A'aouiit lots to end. 



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54 
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68 



Adslalde straet EMt- Nortli Ude. ' 
Commences at Ymigemul runs msl to Nehon. 
2 Willinm Hewitt, Imnlwure. 

Vuciiiit lotH. 
10 Samuel Hootli, builder. 
•' .lolin A. Mills, cariu'iitfr. 
" Wm. Kogers, iar|M'iiter. 
12 (!. S. Faireloth Jt .Son, p«intt>i-s. 
14 Charles i'erkins, loLksniith and bell- 
hanger. 
16 Jlrs. .lane Fanner, dressmaker. 
18 .lohn Invin, proprietor hotel. 

; 'Idoria street hitersecfs 

20 Ale.xnnder Miller, .seconilhand clothing. 

20 Frederick Durscliordwi, tailor. 

.22 (ieorge Stokes, tailor. 

24 (.!. H. Kwinbourne, matheniatind in- 

stnmieut maker. 
2H Pntriek .Mt(!regor, barrister. 
26 Daniel tJibson, ]ihimb<>r and gasHttcr. 
32 (i. k. W. IJooth, jminfers. 

Vacant lots. 
38 Mi's, .lane .Vdam.s, (irupe Saloon. 
40 .Inmes iMtHride, barrister. 
" I'eter McCuti'heon, banister. 
" (.'olumbiis H. (ireeiie, barrister. 
" .1. Manning, in.surance and gi-n'l. agent. 
42 Wailsworth k I'nwin, Provincial land 

Surreyors. 
" Charles iJnwin, .senr., insunince and 
genei'ul agent. 

.John Wright, barber. 
Vacant lots. 

Mr.s. Maiy O'Haiii, Ontario hotel. 

(ieorge H. Wright, barber. 

T. H. O'Neill, William 'I'hird hotel. 

Fleming & Ward, pawn broktrs. 
" .lohii Fleming, bailill', 
" Wm. .lolin.son, bailiff. 
" Hobert Hurst, bailill'. 
60 "Wm. AlcCann, upholsterer. 
62 Mi's. Mary Thompson, (w' low. ) 
624 Henry Aykroyd, boat builder. 
64 A. lUiiloiph, gold.M'iiitli. 
66 I.oiiis Wetkowske, tailor. 
68 .lames O'Dea, hotel. 

C/niirli Slrrrt iiitrr;in'ls 

Mechanics Institute. 
78 Alex'uuler Stewart. 

Vacant lot. 
84 Hobert TurnbuU, tailor. 
86 Charles March, (winter. 
88 Wm. I.yne, .second hand hardwoie. 

" Irwin Totter, pnitcr. 
90 .lohn Stack, laborer. 

" r .lamos Shanaghan, laborer. 

•• r John .lohnson, ship carju'nter. 



92 A. Hubashek & Co., vinegar munnfac'rs, 

to Matthew Hubashek, foreman vinegar 

98 works. 

100 .lames Burns, grocer. 
102 Agnes Hogan, (wid.) 
104 .1. ("rapper, jr., plumlM-r. 
106 Henry Alulholland, mc»s«nger. 
108 I.uke Heatty, hotel. 

'' r Francis Morton, laborer. 

" r Catherine Kdwards. 

" r William Condon, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 
.John Heii.slip, wood dealer. 

Kelson Street intersects 



Adelaide Street East -South side. 

Commences at Y<>nijc and runs east to Selson. 

1 .Andrews k Son, auctionci rs. 

1 Charles Durand, barrister. 
M ( Antlrews & Son, warerooms. 
?? ] Shaw k Heap, ale viiult.s. 
«' ( ]{. H. Lees, ciirpentcr. 

7 (J. Wilmot, exchange broker. 

9 H. Carmuhael, cooper. 
VAk ].') (iurn 'V k Co.'s jnemise.s. 
17 Mi-s. A. Stublis, intcUigcMce ollice. 
19 .lames l.iston, candy store. 
21&].'{ William We.st, iuniiture ilcalcr. 
2.'), 27, 29, ;il .lames Mylcs, . oal and wooil. 

Toronto Street hit'ersects — 



s 
X 

■e 

s 



■Wesleyaii Methodist Church. 
Court of .\s>ize. 
County Court. 
Court of (,'uarter Sessions. 
( 'ouiicil Chandler, 
liccorder's ( 'ourt. 
Division Court. 

F. W. .larvi.s, Sheritf < ounty Voik. 
.1. Flliot, Clerk < 'ounty Council York, 
J and notary jiublic. 

McNab, .Muirav & .lackcs, barrist(!rs. 

York lloads OltiVe. 

.bdiii K. Macdonald, Treasurer (bounty 

York. 
Hon. Wm. Cay ley. Clerk Surrogate 

Court. 
A. .Mdican Howai-d, Clerk 1st Divi- 

.sion Court, 
ficoige 1). .lames, accountant. 
.St. Andrew's Church. 

Church Street intersects 



.St. .lames' Parochial School, 
97 Kev. Dean (Ira.ssett, Uectory. 
lo;{ ( Ieorge Forsyth, builder, 
1(1;') .Mrs. .Margaret Shannon, b'rdiiig house. 

Vacant lot. 
Ht9 Sanmel Dyer, boarding house. 

Fravcis Street Interseets 

Ill iS: ll-'t Watkins J: l,uinber.s, tlourdeaUrs. 
119 ■hdin Xasmith, baker. 



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>rt'iimii vinegar 



sMtiiger. 
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rxcctM 



rath lids. 

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mis. 



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uiiiity York. 
Ciiniii'il York, 

•k(s, I'iiiTistirrs. 

iTiisiuTr < 'ouiity 

'Icrk Surrogate 

.'Icrk Ist J)ivf. 

iitaiit. 



xi'rfu. 



liool, 
•tory. 

r. 
b'nling lioHKc. 

ll<)\lSt'. 

■HfCtll 

ft, tloiir (leaUr.t. 



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22 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 

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38 
40 



▲gnai itnat— North Hd*. 

CommmcM at Vonje (Utd runs irrnt to Uni- 

vernitif. 

8 Kiclianl Mills, riirtur. 
10 A. IJ. Wright, liiiuor luerchuTit. 
12 Miclmel Jiii'niuis, cubinet maker. 
14 Joliu Murpliy, (l.T.H. Kxprt!.s.s .Mcs. 
14 r Mrs. Marv IMiiok, widow of Jolin. 
Ur.Iohii Hoiiiy. 
10 Joseph iSteitluMis, curpentiir. 
1« Duncan ("ulibr, bhuksinith. 
16 r Koburt McHcth, micliinist. 
16 r Mrs. .lani- Jackson, laundress. 
18 Yiicant house. 

William Dillon, fl(mr store. 

Miss .Vnuii' Itobinsoii. 

Miss Klizabeth Kvans. 

IVtcr Costclla, pressman. 

Kdward Ward, printer. 

Yucant house. 

.Mrs. llnuuah Coppin. 

Kdwaril ISoyee, latliei'. 

Mrs. Mary Stone, ladies' boarding 
house. 
32 r ^Villiam nia.k, iM)liceman. 
34 Ucnjamin Ilazleliurst, printer. 

David (!.irdni-r, baker. 

Yaeant house. 

William Hrown, luiiMer. 

James Karra*!!, plasterer. 
42 & 4t (leorj,'e Wilkinson. 
4tJ Henry Weaver, porter. 
48 Heur.T .^tlej, sessional messenger. 
SO Vaiant house. 
r>'I John Stewart, tailor. 
f»2r William Stratton, brass finisher and 

loeksmiili. 
54 James Morrell, machini.st. 
r>4 r Kraueis .Mi-gtiih-, pcnttr. 
fiO (leorge lai'^silili, saddler. 
56 r John Ibbotaon, carpenter. 
66 r I'eter I^egg, moulder. 
58 John Hteel, grocer. 

Vacant Lots. 
C4 Hobert Morey. 

Tf.rdiilrji SI I / i.if<fsf'-f.i 

♦5t» Andrew Wilson, grocer. 

68 Henry Jackman, billposter. 

70 Kichard Brown, 

74 William .Mc.Vvoy. 

76 Mrs. Mary iveown, wiilow of Itobt. 

78 James Ward, commercial traveller. 

80 (!eor!<e (llcason, cack maker. 

80 Kdward <!. Owen, cake maker an<l 

confectioner. 
82 Jo!in Hilton, painter mid paper hanger. 
84 Thomas Williams, cari'i't weaver. 
86 Richard Hornibrook, laborer. 
88 Mrs. Kliza lioiiuer, Hairdresser. 
StO Simnel (!ray, nhoemaker. 
U2 'rhoiuas Harris, teamster. 
94, H(i (ieo K. Wolgar, .second hand store. 
Elimbt'tli t>liri-l iiiti'rKt'.a 



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100 
102 
102 
102 
104 
108 



110 
112 
114 
110 
lis 
120 
124 
124 
130 



132 
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138 
140 
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141 



Mrx. JoHophinc Stelhvagen, meat mar- 
ket. 

Kdwanl Klder, waiter. 

Joseph Marshall, ixM'ter. 

Charles Klien, cigar maker. 

ThoH. Knghwey. earpirnter. 
& 106 Yaeant houses. 

Iiobert Jlurks, grocer. 
S(ii/rr slrri't intersects. 

James lieilly, tailor. 

John Heilinond, printer. 

William .\rmstiong, jdumber. 

Mrs. Kmma .lackson, widow of John. 

William Aruann, shoemaker. 

John West, boot and shoemaki '. 

Hcd)ert Dale, laborer, 
r Mrs. Alary Parr. 

John Dawson, giocer. 

CVh/jv .s//w< intersects 

, k 134 Thoimis Jackson, grocer. 

Robert Speinte, jiorter. 

.lohn Ki>pa, porter. 

Tlioiu:;s Steel, carpenter. 

.Mis. Caslimuii, widow of Timothy. 

Will. li. Miickle, carter. 

I'n ivcrsilij street intersectn. 



A^nes street South tide. 

('tninni'iiris nf Van-jr and runs west to Uni- 
rersiti/. 

ft Kdward Hobson, retired. , 

Yaeant house. 

Jlr. .^leCnicki-n, shoemaker. 

John .Maggs, laborc'.'. 

.lohn liouglieiid, printer. 

Yaeant house. 

.\ugnsta Kisseiier, cabinet maker. 
l.'> Kpliraim Butt, wagon maker. 

.lames I'.iitt, salesman. 

.\lfrcd licrry, jiaintcr. 

.Margaret Kelly. 

Mrs. .M. Murray, washerwoman. 

Robert ('olliiis, laliorer. 

Thomas Crotty, letter carrier. 

Catherine Urower. 

William Armslrong, shoemaker. 
17i I'etiT Colgaii, shoemaker, 
lit .Mexaiider Caiilplicll, retired. 
1!) r Mrs. Klla l,a\vs:in, taihiress. 
21 Catherine Cliuri'li, .seamstress. 
23 Catherine .">ag.'. 
2.") (!eori:,e Chariilon. 
2W James lliird. chiim decorator. 
31 Chirles C. Dav, ciri)enter. 
33 Heiirv K. Faulkner, I'.O. ClcrV. 
1^5 William IV Hamilton, «"lerk. 
37 (leorge Wills, baker. 
30 K'ebcica Tiiompsoii. 
41 Joseph Cook, carver and gihier. 
43 Joscpli licnnett. City engi'uer. 
4.'> Miss .Magcc, s.'lioid teacher. 
47 Mil h.tel Dougherty, laborer. 



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11 

13 



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17 
17 
17 
17 
17 






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49 luutc Watta, watchman. 

51 Ricliard Stephens, lalwrtT. 

53 Josepli Anderson, wood merchant. 

68 John Klinck. car[ienter. 

58 William Manning, cab driver. 

Wood yard. 
Ttrauhy street vUersectt. 



69 Samuel McOoM'an. 
61 Catlierine Fossett 
63 William McCray, carpenter. 
Henry Leonard, shoemaker. 
63 Thomas Yolland, liook-keeper. 

66 Jamea Tregear, carpenter. 

67 Elizabeth I>avey. seamstress. 
69 Mrs. Maria Foster, laundress. 
71 Henry Hasaard, jMinter. 

78 John Broxup, lalwrer. 

78 Jpnies Shells, laborer. 

76 Alexander Sutherland, laborer. 

77 .lohn M. Tinslcy, giocer. 

79 K<lward Brown, mintcr. 
81 Thomas Firth, shoemaker. 
83, 85 Mrs. Mary Stephenson. 
83 Thomas Stephenson, printer. 

Vacant lot. 



.Elizabeth street intersects. 



Vacant house. 
Vacant brewery. 



Sayer street intersefta 

Ill James liamsay, grocery and tavern. 

116 William Fonl, cabinet maker. 

117 William Pollard, cariK-nter. 
119 Arthur Wellesley Page, printer. 
125 Anthony Kader, ci^ar naker. 
127 John FahnilMich, biwket maker. 
129 Jules Ahrens, cigar maker. 

129 John Swift, shoemaker. 

129 Thomas Wilson, jeweller. 

129 Kolwrt Smith, printer. 

129 Joseph Jose, printer. 

129 Henry Swift, shoemaker. 



.Centre street intersects. 



131 Kdward Maa, maltster. 

133 Vacant house. 

137 Kobert McMahon. contractor. 

137 Mrs. Elizabeth McMahon, dreasniaker. 

139 Charles KoWrts, tailor. 

141 William Pomeroy. carpenter. 

143 John Mumiy. book agent. 

Edwin Trevail, couinienial traveller. 

Univei-itity street intersects 



Agnes street west— North side. 

Commences at Sjiadina Avenue and nins w«st 
to Grosfenor. 

Vacant lot. 
John Pim, carpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 



24 Bobcrt Magill, laborer. 
Vacant lot 
36 William Smith, carpenter. 
38 John Scolcs, car^Knter. 

Agaaa street west— Sonth ltd*. 

Commences at Sjiadina Avenue and rutu 



west to Groscenor. 



1 



9 
11 
13 



William Milne, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 
Lionel Fitton, engine driver, 
.fohn Thompson, yardman G. T. R. 
Vacant house. 
William Nixon, carjH'nter. 

Vacant lot. 
Mrs. Janit'H McKenzie. 
r.obert C'liurchward, carpenter. 
Richai-d Crawford, butcher. 
William Chillis, bri<klayer. 
P'anauky street intersects. 

Vacant lot 
47 Mrs. McMullen. 
49 Mrs. Margaret Adams. 

Vacant lots. 



.Orosvenor street intersects. 



Albert street - North side. 

Commences at Vonge and run's xuest to Saytr. 

lOr Thomas Hayes, jwrter. 
12r Henry Armstrong, salesman. 
14 r John Heath, sbm-mnkcr. 
New Jerusalem Cliurcli. 
18 James Patton, crockeiy nu-rchant. 
20 Charles Morrison, blacksmith. 
22 Mrs. Kmma Horc, dressmaker. 

Lnnt intersects. 

Vacant lot. 

Tames street intersects 

80 
.•)2 
34 
36 
38 
40 



( 'hristojilicr Wilson, scale maker. 
William Hastings, clerk. 
William \. Lyon, actor. 
Charles Follis, jioliceman 0. T. R. 
.Samuel Campbell, imliceman. 
Thomas Milne, school teacher. 



42 Slargiiret .VlcCaully. 

44 Samuel Walton, ticket agent. 

46 Jlrs. Bridget Egan. 

Vacant lot. 
50 John Bugg. 

Lane inter.iecfs 

60 Mrs. Lucy Stuart, boanling house. 

Tera iiley street intersects. .... 

Vacant lot. 
68 Rev. Thomas Crompton. 
70 Miss Janet McHonald. 
72 Daniel McDonald, builder. 
74 James McDonald, builder. 

Vacant lot. 



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iver. 
Ian G. T. R. 

ItT. 



•penter. 

ler. 

yer. 

rsectt. . . . 



rsects. 



■Ida. 

I west to Saytr. 

iimn. 



nu-rchant. 

smith. 

maker. 



<ects 

1c maker. 



n O. T. R. 

■mail. 

!aelier. 



gfiit. 



rif? )iou8o. 
■sects. 



76 Christopher I^girr, laborer. 

78 Patrick (.'umiidy, cab driver. 

80 Carjtentt'r shop. 

82 Robert Norman, carver. 
82) Jiiroeii; Parker, baker. 
88 Robert Stephens, grocer. 

Elizabeth street intersects. 

90 James A. Kerr, grocer. 
92 Am R. Le^ur. 
94 Mrs. U. Kin^smill. 
96 Thomas Halgrave, mnnhinist. 
98 Wm. Wiviil, ])olif(fmiui. 
100 William Micliie, giocer. 



. Snijer street inltrsects . 



Albert itraat South side. 
Commeneejt at yoiuje and runs west to Satje)"" 

3 I'litriok Kearris, .saddler. 

5 Kliziibcth I'l-rry. 

7 Diiiican C. Murray, dnik. 

9 Patrick Connor, niDiilJer. 
11 }f. Braid, shoemaker. 
13 r Joliu Dillon, carter. 

Viieunt lot. 
17 Peter A. Wright, iiattern-niaker. 

James street iii/e,rsects 

Isasr White, rnnson. 

Vacant lota. 
George Hawden, ulotliier.- 
Samuel Rodgers, surgical instrument- 
maker. 
John Uunsell, iishermRii. 

Morrell, tobacconist. 

Hamilton McClean, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 

Tcraiiltif street inlr rsects 

Vacant lots. 
.John Hi-own, cxpreH.s-driver. 
Francis ('lark, musician. 
David .Storey, school-teacher. 

Vacant lot. 
Daniel Daley, laborer. 
John Kennedy, lal)orer. 
Thomas (.'lark, confectioner. 
John Uoyd, wood dealer. 

Elizabeth street intersects 



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39 
41 

43 

46 
47 



67 
69 
73 

77 
79 
81 



Alexander street - North side. 
Cmnmenees at 



Voiii/e and 
t'liareli. 



runs east of 



.Lane, intersvts. 



R W. W. Copp, (\V. ('. Chewett, i Co.). 

10 Henry Copp, bookbiuiliT. 

12 Thomas V. llow, l)n')kbiiulcr. 

14 Allan Halforl, actor. 

14 J. Halford, artist. 



2 & 4 Georcjc Pears Ontario Coirce and Spice 
Mills. 



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18 
20 



26 

33 
34 

33 



John C. liiliT, aeconntant. 
William Roddy, printer. 
Robert Roddy, clerk. 
Brethren's Church. 

Ijane and Vacant lot 
G. H. Backas, assistant post master. 

Vacant lot. 
C. W. Cooi)er, barrister. 
Mrs. Kmily Childs. 

Garden. 
John K. Klacdonald, county treasurer. 
tlhurvh street intersects 



J. Ketchnm, law student. 
Alexander Crombie. 
Charles V. Warmoll, banister. 
William Langley, retired. 
Henry liiingie}', architect 

Alexander streit— South side. 
Commences at Yonge and runs east ofChnreh. 

Vacant lots. 
Hodson Jo.seph, hardware & tinsmith. 
Ale.xander Munroe, clerk custom house, 

Vacant lots. 
Henry Pirn, blacksmith. 
Lane intersects 

David Hewitt, hardware. 
Alexander Street Baj)ti8t Church. 

Vacant lots. 
Jolm Villicrs, hoop .skirt mRnu!ncturer. 
Robert Andei-son, photographer. 
Alcxaniler Lorimer, librarian Uni- 
versity. 

Vncnnt lots. 
Augustus Newell, melodcon-maker. 
Rev. J. R. Lavelie. 

Vacant lots. 

Lane inter.ieds 

Vacant lot. 

Rear building. 

Church street intersecLi. 

Private giouiuls. 

Abraham Midgfdy, bookkeejjer. 

Mrs. Ann Smith. 

Lane and vacant lots. 
Peter Nord, cabinet. luaker. 
Henry Joselin, builder. 
Vacant lots. 



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3 

11 
13 



31 
33 
35 



51 
53 



Alloe straat— North side. 

Commences at Vonge, and runs mesl to 
Tc ran Icy. 

6 William Brydon, <lruggist 

8 Miss .lane Burkiss. 

10 Klias Wilmnt 

12 Klizabcth Coxwe'.l. 

Vaciiut Lot. 

1ft Francis Mayiicw, carpenter. 

IS Alexander It )!(iiison, confet^tioner. 

20 Alexander Irwin, cabinet-maker. 



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22 Jam i Murray, tinsmith. 
24 William Tlionie, i-oiiimiMion mrrrlmiit. 
26 Mi8. Amu- Walker, lioinl'iig-liouse. 
28 Wjllin'ii Sturrork. saloNUiaii. 
30 Thoiiinfl Haxtiii^ tiiilur. 
32 .IiiiiR'H Bryti', lul. ncr. 
S4 Fml. H. Siuitli, .l.'ik. 
:{»t .laiiMs Wadillo, . Itrk. 
■'<8 (iuHtaviiiH llfluiilton, boiler-maker. 
4() rji Icon linliertsoii, ^jrocer. 
42 TlioiiuiH Hall city inissioiiarv 
44 ViH. Mary I'lTiv, lioariliiij^-hou.st'. 
•16 '\'ter .laooliH, caliiiiet-iiiaker. 
48 yU-u. Mvirrny. 
50 lolm M. Walker, j)? inter. 
52 Tliomaa Kiiiuea -, i'l< rk. 
Teraulry slircf infrrsfiis 



9 

11 

17 
19 
21 




Alice itreet South ilde. 

Commeucfi at Von;;/;, mid iiiiis ircst to 

Tfrcuhii. 

Kear jneniises. 

La II c intefseds 

6 R. D. Coiigdoii. 

7 Alrn. ilurffiiret Uryilnii. 
Hiej'heTi lirytlon, Itaker. 
Anthony Hones. 
Thomas Onlster, moulder. 
I'lindtivc Methodist Charidi. 
Henry O. Hooth, eoppersmith. 
Saiu'iel H Monckton, jiainter. 
Francis Tl.oniiis, siiddler. 

'* Tl.omasTod.l, printer. 

214 Frederick Thomas, upholsterer. 

Lnnr iiitcfunt/t. 

23 Tliomas l{ojjer.s, tailor. 

Charles Ihiiilmry, salesmnn. 

Henry ('. Todil, tailor. 

l{ol>ert Walker, hoots and shoes. 

.lohn Holmes, l)0()ts and slioes. 

William Swift, confectionei. 

.lames WingleswoiHi, clerk. 

Charles 1{. A. IJolton, umh" faker. 

''harles Fannory, shoemake'-. 

Mrs. .1. Taylor, nurse. 

Alpxai. ler .MefJinnis, teacher Coin. 

College, 
Mal"olm Morilson, ale and porter 

vaults. 
Farquhar Morison, merchant tailor, 
.lolin rrindcrlt ith, carpenter, 
.laeoli H'mver, commercial rejiorter. 
.John Fi. Sj)atrord, sewing machines. 
"William "\ eats, clerk. 
John Thompson, hihorer. 

Lane itUrrnfrJs. 

Vacant lots. 



25 
27 
29 
31 
33 

It 

35 
37 
39 



41 



43 

45 

47 



.Teraaloj strret iiitersrctn . 



Alma Lane- Rear of 171 Brock. 

1 Martin IVrry, eariM-nter. 

2 Mra. Elizabt-th Alexander, wid. John. 



Amalla itreet- North tld*. 

CfftnmciiCfs at J'aiUatiicnt, ami runs to fn»t- 

eni limitu. 

Vacant luis. 

Mefral/strei-t iiiterstrtn 

22 William Hrodie, dentist. 
Vacant lots. 

44 M"F. .fane I.euj'cr. 

46 Mill. Klizalietli I-epiier. 
Pinf Kfnrt iHtcmeflx 

Vacant lots. 
68 William i.unihers, grocer. 
" James Lundiers. 
" William hiimhers, .Ir. 
" .lolm l.umliers. 

Vacant lots. 

Satiiach strert iiifrr.irr/s 

Vacant lots to end. 

Amelia street- South tide. 

Cotnmtnccs at I'aiHinunit aud rn.is to rust- 
im limits. 

Vacant lots. 

Mttmtff, stffft ivtnsrrls. 

Vacant lots. 

riiic strert iutersfiin 

Vacant lots. 

Sumach street intemertii 

Neerojiolis. 

I'efer H. Lamli k fv , ghie and hlaik- 

in;; mannfacturerB. 
Thomas Hawthorni-, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Anderson's Lane North tide. 

('otiiiiiiiicin el r.nmmrr and runs vest to 

St. John. 

2 .Mrs. Mnry (!rny. 

4 James Finn, huiorer. 

Vac ant lot. 

Jien/nw street intersects 

Vacant lot, 

St. Pal rick's Market intersects 

24, 26, 28, 30 James Jones, ealnnan. 

Anderson's Lane— South side. 

Commences at Jhimmer and runs vtjif to 
,St. John. 
1 Miza A. Watson, nurse. 

Vacant lot. 
5 Oeorge Storey, baker. 
5 K. Saunders, laborer. 

Urn/rrir si reef inter.sciis 

13 Walter ( larey, Khoemnker. 
15 J. Taylor, s;,— ip eu'.ter. 
<V/. Patrick's Market intersects. 



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I>iiiun. 

tide. 

i-iins veal to 



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sects. 



21 

•23 
25 
27 



JaniPH niiiii, laliorer, 
.(aiiK'H Oliver, liilDrcr. 
Martin FuUin, lalMin-r. 
AU'xandt'r Siiiitii, liiboriT. 
Mil. Mary M<Kciizii'. 
Williuin WiilkiT, lulwror. 

Andenon'i Lano North Side. 

i (nintiences 'at jrHliitni inul )•/'//.'< nr.it of 
I >it III liter, 

Mariiii- ston-. 

Viic;nit lots. 
20 Mrs. Miclmcl Kfily, nij,' tU-ulfV. 
'24 Diiiiifl .Moiiiify. inlion'r. 
" .losi'ph Slidll, liiliorcr. 
2rt TluHiiii.^ llfid, iiliistncr. 
26 r Patrick Collins, tailor. 

Vaciilit lots. 



.Dumiiier street iiisersects. 



H8 .lames Corl'i'tt, ealiinan. 
40 I'atrii'k .S.illivuii, laborer. 

Anderion's Lane— South Side. 

Commciiees at inHi'im mid runs ireM of 
Ihimmer, 

Vai'aiit lots. 
27 I'liilip Dean, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
31 Mrs. Mary (Jraee. 
33 Mrs. KU.n Clnne. 
.. DiiiHiiier .sireel iiiterseels 

Vueant lots. 



Ann street- North side. 

Coinmeiiees at Voiiifr and runs east to 
Miitua!. 



22 
32 
34 
40 
42 
44 
46 
48 
52 



66 



84 
86 
88 
90 
94 
96 
98 



Private C-onnils. 
Herbert .Moi*inier, broker. 
Mrs. .Mary Hoai". 
.folin 0. <iar<len, Miacliinist. 
William .\nilerson carjienter. 
Thomas (Jiunble, M.J). 
Patrick Mend, laborer. 
MifliHcl Ward, dairyman. 
.Tolm Mc(iill, ciib-owner. 
.John Ni.von, tax collector. 
Private (ircuinds. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Sullivan, cab-owner. 

I'hvrch Street interseefs. 

Jolin }f. .Tones, printer. 
John liruiu, laborer. 
Mrs. Ann Stephenson, nurse. 
W. H. .Tones, music teacher. 
Samuel May, M.I). 
Ma.ssey McMahon, tailor. 
Joliu Murphy, hibort'i-. 



100 Mrs. .Innn Patterson. 
" Paul Diamond, shoemaker. 

MiUunl street intersects. 



Ann street South side. 

Commences at Yinnie mid runs east to 
Mutual. 

Hear Premises. 
17 David McClelland b<M»kkee|H'r. 
10 Nathaniel Whitihouse, iwcket-book 

niukcr. 
21 Thomas .Sargent, salesman. 

23 T. <'. (iaKiiiur, tolia )ni.st. 

29 Patrick O'Cradv, laborer. 

31 Mrs. M irv O'UVien. 

33 Thomas Clarkson, clerk. 

3.') Samuel Cowley, (!. W. 1!. freij^ht uept. 

37 Thomas Itonar, dairyman. 

39 William, .Moylan, cab-driver. 

41 William Scaton, painter. 

43 William Hirst, 

Vacant house. 
47 William Hill, j.rinter. 
51 (tirdlestone, Ix/ard. 
53 .lohn H. Cox, optician. 
55 .lames Taylor, clerk. 
59 Miss Kmily liilton, school. 
" Mi-N. Mary Ann liilton. 
61 Mrs. Elizabeth Itumsey, 
63 Samuel (Ji-aveley. 
67 .Tames McKni^ht, baki-r. 

I{obert .Mills, grocer. 
69 Miss C. Oeoghegan, dressmaker. 
" Miss Ann (teogliegan, dressmaker, 

Hichard Nurse, "Cottage" Inn. 

Cliureh street intersects. 

Miss H. h. Taylor, grocer. 
■Tohn Wilsfui, carjienter. 
.Tames Dodson, builder. 
.Tames Wat.son, coli'ee and si>ice manu- 
facturer. 
William West, .salesnnm. 
Mrs. Margaret .Sexton. 
Daviil Tlioui]).son, commission ngeut. 
Mrs. .Margaret Coinielly. 
Mrs. Steven.s, sdiool. 
.Tames Stevens, profes.sor of music. 
Miss .Tohaunah Conners, boanling. 
Mrs. Eliza Yates. 
Thomas Manning, laborer. 

Mutnul street intersects 



83 



87 
89 
91 
93 
95 

97 

99 

101 



Augustus street North side. 

Oomnvnces at Spndiim Avenue and runs west 
to Commons. 

Vacant lots. 
20 Taylor Butler, machinist. 

Vactmt lots. 
24 Mrs. Catherine Weisey. 



'i40 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO. H 



86 MattliKW Brcntiaii, fi"r>i*'"<'i'> 
Vitcant luU. 





Anfnitoa itntt South ltd*. 




Commrnff* tU S/xtdina Arninf nud ruim 


lI'Mt 




tu t'oiHhltillx. 






Vnraiit lota. 




17 


JaiiM'it Cruiif. 




Itt 

41 


Mirhiifl WiiIhIi. 
Saiiiui^l Itaviliiiitl. 




83 


Julin Dunk. 
Strrt^l iiitffitretit 




25 


Henry I,«w. 




27 


Mrs. KclH'fia Nt-ilion. 
VacHut loth. 




33 


.lohii It.'illv. 




35 


Joint McCai'tliy, lalHircr. 
Vacuiit liit.s. 




39 


Kniiui.s Itrwllcv, laltorcr. 




41 


Vai'niit liousc. 

Vacant lot.s. 




45 


SHniucl lialftt, lalHin-r. 
Vacant lots. 




49 


Thoniax Halctt, lal><>n'r. 

Vacant lotx. 
St reft intenwi'tn 











▲ranua Laat. 

Commences at KHznitflh nmf riin.f ii-i-^t to 
UiiirrrKi'ti/. 

2'.\ (IliHilcs Smith, slioemiikur. 
27 k 29 Vacant liousi-s. 
31 Rear |ircniiHi!s. 

Centre street iuteraretn 

37 Alfred AuRunt, cariHiitur. 
89 Jane IVrrot. 
41 Josenli Cnitclli. waiter. 
43 Stephen St«ughton, merchant.] 
Wear ]ir>>mise.s. 

I'n ire rait If street intrrxeets 

Arenue Street. 

CmnmenccH nt KliznlHtl, ,t„tl rnns urst to 
t/nirrmili/. 

Wni. V. McAnJrew, ;,'artlener. 
Vacant lot. 

Fruleriek Wm. Coate, auctioneer. 

Wni. T. O'HeiJiy, ,sec-etary Heaver 
Fire Insiii-unee Co. 

Thoma.s Arni.strong, inspector of Cabs. 

Wni. Antler.s(ni, ajjent "(ilohu." 

James A. Wilkin.son, accountant. 

Wm. Aluirliuatl, commercial traveller. 

Thoma.s C. Patterson, as-si-Htant Pro- 
vincial Secy and Dcjiuty Hegistrar. 

W. (}. SehreilHr. clerk, Osgooile Hall. 

Featherston Osier, Uirrister. 

John Davidson, mail conductor. ■ 

Mrs. Alexander (iunii. 



1 

5 

7 

9 
II 
13 
15 
17 

19 
21 
23 
25 



Bathnnt iUMl -iMt iM*. 

tJommr.MM at Front anil run* north to Bloor. 

[Bnthunt itrsvt, nortli uf Oii<>«n, li lonKtliuM nUled 
t'ruirk»haiik'i Ijm«. J 

Vacant lotn. 
Kiugarii itreet interserts 

Vacant lots. 
StttiHirt ^rte.t interseets 

Vucnnt lots. 
Kinij street intrrMct^ 

Vacant lots. 
UleluUte ntrert intfrnects 

Vacant lots. 
John Doolam, cariM-nter. 

Vacant lots. 

Little Kiehmiindstrret interseets 

John Hall, laliorer. 

Married Soldiers' Quarters, 29th lUgt. 

(^iieen street iiiterseets 

William Powers, tavern. 
H.l Joliii Coltfan, tiremun N.H.C. 
147 William I )oild, civil engineer. 
" William Dod.l, jr., clerk. 
Vacant lot. 
149 iMiss Marv Sullivan. 
" r Patrick Walsh. 

Vacant lots. 
195 .lohn Munliison. 
C. S. (Izowski. 

Vacant lots. 
305 Mrs. McDonald. 

Vacant lots. 
Uol/eije street in/erseets 

V^aeant lots. 

liiitler street intersects 

Vai'ant lots. 
... IJtirboi'o' street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Her nek street intersects 

Vacant lot.s. 

Len niu- strert in tersects 

Hobert .loncs, laboi-er. 
Jilimr street intersects 

Bathunt itrant Weit ild«. 

Cummenees at Front street, anil runs north to 
BliHrr. 

(liatlmrMt street, rinrtli ofOiireii. iHHiuiiptiinpo ealliHl 
Criiii-kHlmiiK'M Ijoic] 

'i Benjamin Lloyd, proii. Cambrian Hotel. 
Otticers' Me.HN, 13th Hus.sai-s. 

yiaijura street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
34 Matthew C'hiluiun, shoemaker. 



.« north to BU»or. 

U awnMlluiRii rallad 
...J 



tfnwrfs 



'trsfi'tn 






'Hfvtt. 



tfrxfctH 



iiitrrsrct.i 

•tors, ','»tJi HcKt. 

•Sftf.l 

II. 
N'.K.C. 

iffiiifrr. 
ik. 



Vrnf.etH 

'Htctn 

risecU 

'•i:ifcf,i 

nects 



m-Li 



t ildu. 

<l runs nurfh fit 

>Hi>iiietinu>« lalloii 

nnihrinii Hotel. 

istirs. 

rsectn 



rimker. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



41 



M Mn. Mary Tronor (will, of Daniel). 

/kiiiro afreet \nffr»fct» 

48 AiidrfW KiiPi'lly, jjrorer. 

60 'riioinaN AIIpii, Iwit IxittltT. 

ri6 TliuiiiiLs ( 'oiitinni. 

60 •lolin (ioiMJ, liilM)ri-r. 

6'J Tiioiniis Nary, nhooinaktT. 

64 Wiliimn Hull, (iovniinient utoronian. 

66 Haiiiiii-I Itinl, |icii.si(iiier. 

68 Louiit (iingniH, (:ar|N>nter. 

70 Oliver (fiiiKriM, caijxMittT. 

72 AllMTt H. Tiariiiigtoii, tailor. 

80 Mm. Marj' Short, tiivcni. 

Kinr) itfrtfi iiiferMCfH 

100 MrH Hiistiiiiond Cathcart. 

Adi-hiiile. sfrrrf iiifersfffs 

102 Kev. .1. n. I'roiilx, K. (". Chuplaiii to 
till! Forces. 
8t. Mary's Konian Catholic Church. 
Cliristiaii llrothcrs' School. 

linrhrr strrrf infcrxrcfs 

112 Frederick .V. liolpli, merchant. 
" Adam Uoli>li. ticket agent N. H. C. 
Vacant lots. 
.lohn Corcoran, lahorer. 

Litfh- Richinonil nfirct inffrn^cfs 

Vacant lots. 
134 Mrs. Kilen Mulvey. 

" r Joshua .Metzkcr, engineer N. H. C. 
136 James Coiiiiiion, waiter. 

(iwni Htrcrt iiitrr.Vi-tt 

1 42 William Awde. butcher. 
14(J (teorgeMc.Murri.h, clerk. 
154 Uolicrt Sheiipard, nmrlile cutter. 
\ acaiit lilts. 

A'l/'';/ nh'i'i-t intfrHfcfs. 

Krick I.cvack, caliiiietniaker. 



162 
164 
166 
168 
170 

172 



194 

19S 
204 
206 

208 
210 

216 
218 



William S. Kimiii, cari>enter. 
John ('lenient, car|M'iitcr. 
Vacant hnil.se. 
v.. V. l)oiM, traveliiiin ai(cnt. 

Vacant lot.s. 
John Kennedy, engineer*!. T. K. 

liobiimoii xirfet ititfr.iecf.t 

Vac;iiit lot.s. 
Michael Costello, tailor. 

Vacant lot. 
Jo.seph Hortoii, lalxirer. 
Michael Kii^li.sh, iiaker. 

Cowilry, coachiiiftii. 

Michael lliinks, lalmrer. 

Iteliard Harris, niiikiiiun. 

Vacant house. 

James Burns, laborer. 

Hrown, servant C. S. Ozowski. 

Vucaiit lots. 

Duiuliis street infe.r»ect.<i 



480 



Vacant lota. 
.Inmni Hrownc, inaiwctor Hunk (J. C 
Vacant hous«. 

Vacant lot*. 
Culhfff. utrret inter/xetn 

Vacant lots. 
Alfred Chilfott, fanner. 
Viicuiit lota. 
Butler atreet Merneela 

Viicant lots. 
532 John Hattti, lal>orer. 

Vacant lot«. 
542 Arthur Coflin, fitter N. W. C. 
Harhnra »lreet inter»fcl» 

VaciiKit luta. 

Lennox ulre^t internefin, 

Auittin ilusli, gardener. 
Vacant lots. 

Bloor street itUemecla 



Bay itraat-Eait ilda. 

C'cniMfneen at the liny, and ntnit north to 
Qiteev. 
H. J! lioulton, iiroi). Hoyal Dominion 

Mills. 
Coal yard. 

Vacant lots. 



.Front street tnteraeet». 



67 

69 



14 

71 
73 
75 
77 



Hear of Military Hospital. 

Vacant lots. 
Andrew JJercer, issuer of marriage 
licences. 

JFeUintjtiin st reef infrrseds 

William Hewitt, hardware. 
Mrs. Margaret J. Freehuid. 
Hubert Freeland.sonji and candle maiiu* 

faetnrer. 
William Freeland. barrister. 
Hu.ssel Inglis, clerk Customs. 
Mrs. K. Dunlop. 
T. M. Duly. 
W. K. .Mc.Sliwter, dry goods. 

Mel in da street iiife-rseet.i 



81 John M. Mnloney, merchant tailor. 
83, 85 and 87 William Ilalley, " Ontario 

Printers' KniiK)riuni." 
87 C. T. Damoreau, engraver on wood, h. 

Viirkville. 



97 

103 
105 
107 



King street intersects 

Wm. (.'awthia. 

Private grounds. 

W. D. Kogei-s, jiainter. 

Samuel Rogers. 

J. C. Hamilton, banister. 

W. n. McWilliam.s, law student. 

W. «. White, solicitor. 

J. C. Marshal, clerk. 



42 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO. 8 



109 
111 



k Co., vinegnr 
sewing mncliine 



Itobinxoii HouHc, .fan. MatlK-WN, prop, 
and li:i Aufni8tU8 T. Hoiifl, foivinan 
<//()/«• I'rintin/( (!o. 
116 and 117 Win. WjIhoii 

iiiaiiiitui-tun^rH. 
119 (i. W. (iattft k Co.. 

innnutiu'WiriTN. 
121 (i. S. k A. Wills, biHL'uit iiiunufau- 

tUfCI-H. 

" Wills & Watson, cod'i'f ami s|ii(e iiiillH. 

Adfin idfi utrtH intersfct» 

Zioii CIiaiK'I (Coiigrcj^atioiial). 
Ml Will. Cu|iiiuj;<', <liii'f thrk V. O. In- 

.SINM'tol'n oiiicc. 

Firo Hall. 

Ailaiii Kiiy, can'taker Fire Hall. 

TlioiiiHM Kerr, llreninii. 

* 
TftiifHTu ncf. xirfft i titrr/tfcLi 

.laincH Morrison, nhimlxr. 
Tniti'il PrfsliyfiTiiin Cliiircli. 

Hidimond at reft iiUerwcts 

I'rivatc groinuh. 
163 Will. M.Lean, nioul.ltT. 
165 Henry Vatitlci'MiiiisNcii, accountiint. 

Vacant liou8«. 

Bay itrMt Weat tide. 

Commencft nt Ute Bni/, nnd runs north to 
Qutf.n. 

Scott k Stollcry, hnildcrs, whaifingcra, 
&c. 

Front Mrtet intemrrtu 

48 Hiclinnl Diiinis, lunilMT incrcliant and 
)>iiildi'i'. 

Mi-s. J'nttlflmrj'. 

Dr. J. AduniH. 

Cook Mros.. tiinlicr nicnliaiits. 

Mi-s. .Sophia Forloiig. 

.lames Sniytli, Itoaitlinghousc. 

fJrand Tiiink Uailway Ottii'es. 
64 and 66 City Hank of .Montreal (HihikIi) 

Wi'lliihftoH xirfft iHlrrxedit 

68 I'. S. .Stevenson, gencnil western fn-ijrht 

agent. C. '!'. U. 
Dr. M. riiillip«. 
H. A. .losepli. 
It. (iilinor. 
.1. F. .Smith. 

Mix. .Margiiret Whittcmorc. 
C. A. ('rawTord, 
Joseph Simpson, inanui'tiirpr of knitted 

goeds. 
(J. Ij. Maddisiin, iiisnraiiee agent. 
N. Stifliig, second-hand broker, 
.lohn Carter, saitdler. 
Mrs. Kliza liasmm. 
Mrs. .lane Lowe, boarding-houHe. 
Mrs. Flynn. 

Ihiihi fi-lfijrtip/i rrinting House. 
11. Davis k Co., grucen. 



£2 
54 
M 
58 
60 
62 



70 
72 
74 
76 
78 
80 
82 

84 
86 
88 
90 
92 
04 
90 
98 



108 
110 
112 
IIU 



. . King street interacts 

Rear premises Metropolitan Hotel. 
Lane intr.rse.fUi 

Duncan CamplN-lI, M.D. 

ThomH.s TuHhingluini. 

■lohn Collins. engiiuM'rs' brass work. 

.lames H. KichaixUon, M.D. 
Vacant lots. 

Vacant house. 

Ade.lnidf Hirrrt iatirmrls 

Vacant lots. 



. Tenijieriinee street intersfctii. 



142 
144 

148 
150 
1.V2 
1.14 
l.'i6 



164 

166 
168 



.losejth Hannis, grain merchant. 

Vacant house. 

.1. r. Kussell, M.D. 

.Ifdiii I'ike, patent liiiht agent. 

.lohn F. I.n.sh (.1. (i. .los<'ph iV: Co, 

Samuel .Stern, fancy goiMls. 

Andn-w .\udrewH, auctioneer. 

Itichmnnd strert intcriifct.s 

Store-house. 

W. .1. Hyland, giiiin merchant. 
Samuel .Sicnnrney, carpenter. 
Mrs. Ann Schuch. 



.Queen strrel iiifrr.wif.i. 



Beech street North ilda. 

f.'omiiirncf.s at Shert>i»iriie nnd runs cast to 
Jlirer. 

Kolph K. Miirgess, grocer. 
Neil Dull', (Tiiomiison A: Dull.) 
Thos. Diysilalc, commission merchant. 
Vacant lots. 

Seaton street intrrseels 

Vacant lot. 
2'2 .Moses Stiiunton, iNiiHi-hanging inanu- 

fai'turcr. 
24 William llamilton, foundry man. 

Vaccnt lot. 

McMahim xiriit inlrrKfcts 

Vacant lots, 
I'orliament strrrt intersect* ... 

Vacant lots. 
Prt .lohn n. Turner, c:ii|M'nter. 
88 Samuel Mitchell, tinsmith. 
90 .lames (iiecnc, juintcr. 
92 .lohn Tiivlor, caliinet-maki-r. 
94 Mi's. Hiidgct Lloyd. 
9tt .lolm Davis, shoemaker. 
98 Michael .Sage, hiborer. 

Vacant lots. 

' Pine street intrr/terts 

Vacant lo^, 
134 Juines Hurbeaii, |Mitt<>rii maker. 
" r Ciirtis Hooth, hilxirtT. 



fraeetji 

lolitan Hotel. 

•In 

.1). 



th' hras.s-wurk. 
, M.I). 



A/'.V'v/f 

I. 
iii/i'rsfcts,. . 

lIllTl'llllllt. 



lit ii;,'cn(. 
'<w|»li k Co.) 
;<><Min. 
tioiicer. 



i/i r.ifct.t. 



iiu'ii limit. 
i|>i'ntt'r. 



•r.sfii,<i. 



lb M». 

tnd runt coal to 



>ccr. 

I A i)utr.> 

livsioii iiuTchant. 



nwcfn. 



•Imiijfiiig ninnu- 
imlrv niun. 



i/rr.sniii. 



lltlT. 

iiith. 
ink IT. 



»•(•/.« 

I iiinki-r. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



43 



136 Matthew Ki-uiutly, tfiinister. 
138 (it'orge Mafc, rur|H'iit«'r. 

Viu'iiiit lot. 
144 .luliii ConiKiiii, iHlioicr. 
148 IJoln-it Dully, giiMiT. 
ITiO Williuui WiiiHldw. 
1j2 UolKMt Kan ill, lnusli iiiaktr. 

VilculK lots. 
1H4 I'litriik WuIhIi, liilion-r. 

SiiiiKii'li xtri'fl iiilfri'fi-ts 

166 Mrs. Klli'ii Clnvki-. 

Vaciint lot«. 
192 .loliii A. Di-IVicH, l.n-wt'r. 

Vat'iiiit Int. 
Jiirrr xiriit intetfi'vdi... 



Beach itrMt South ltd*. 

C(mnnfvce.t nt. Sliirhiiiinin mid rinis (a»l to 

Jlirn: 

Viicaiit l«t.H. 

Sdilon sirrrt iuerrxrcts 

Vai ant Int. 
I'atriik Myiu's, iiiail <lfik. 

)lfMaii OH xfrrtt. inlfrsrctx 

Vacant loth. 
McMithoii hinr intrrsects 

i^ 1 .lohn Stniiliaii. tailor. 

'1 .lolin l?fattii', lity niis-sionary. 
•Z\ W (ii'oip- T. Moylaii, mail rli-rk. 

e 



4 Kolwit .Millioiirin', gariU'iH'r. 



..liifkeli II sirr.-t iulfriifrf.i. . 

Vacant Iiousi-h (2). 

Vai'iiiit lotM. 
I'ltrliiniinil .ihrrf iiitrrsfcU. 

Vacant lot. 
8f> MiH. .\nii Siiicdlcy. 
87 .loltn .\tkinsnii, |Mirtir. 
89 Kidiaiil .\rnoltl, i.jrcnt. 

VilCIIIlt lotN. 

93 AVilliatn I'nuly, sailor. 

95 All>cit MoHliiiy, IhIwhit. 

" Timothy McCaifliy, lahoicr. 

97 I'atrick <'iiilcy, laliorcr, 

99 .li>lin O'Ncilli lalxncr. 

Jlrgfiit x/irrt iiilfmffls . . 

101 Tliomas McAmlrcw, ;;aii!''uT. 
Vaciilit lot.v. 
KiclianI lluikc, (l;iiiymaii. 

Vaciiiit liitH, 
William Hnikc. lalioivr. 

Willot, laniiiKc maker. 
.lanii'H Mitchell, ^junlcncr. 

I'iue. Hi rrH interxfft*. .... 

Vacant lota. 
13r> .lamcH Mai Inn, iirintcr. 
137 Vwaiit house. 



107 

11. 'i 
117 
121 



141 
143 
14.'-. 
147 

101 



Vacant lots, 
.lanira lIcndcrKoii, gHnlfiu-r. 
I'atrick Kiliott. 
Henry I'ye, 8)iornmker. 
Thnniaa O'Cnnnell, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
.Inlili Mi'Dowell, slioi'iiiaker. 

Vacant Int. 

Siiiiiiirli Hlrrrt I'lifr/.-fiix,. 

Vacant lots. 
/.'/(•<•/' .iiiTft iiitirxfiis. . 



B«llevue Avenue. 
Cmnmencm at St. Slejilirn's Churdi iniil runs 

HOUlh. 

St. Stejihen'a Church, (Ch. of KiiKland^ 
Hev. A. .1. HrJ)U{,'hall, M.A., \n\r 
fmrni^e. 

IHchard (irahani, liarriatrr. 
\'acant Inix. 



Berkeley itreet But tide. 

Cfnnnifnixs nt the Kxfiliiiindc and runt nvrlk 
to teirh. 

.Tail OrnundH. 
I'alace stirrt iiitcrseda 

Wear iircniiHes. 

Kiitij strrH inlcrxrcts 

f>l .lanie.sd. I.averty, linker. 
Vacant lots. 

Ihikf stiret iiitrriireta 

09 Adam Heatty, j^rnci'r. 

Vacant lot. 
73 .lames K. Ilyncs, jirinti-r. 
7') Mrs. Mary I.iuidcr. 
77 I'atrick Niuli|U(:en, lalM)rer. 
79 Vacant linuse. 

Vai'aiit Int.s. 
93 .Inscidi Iliird, crockery nicrcliant. 

I)iii/ii:i.i xlirti iiiteriifi-ta 

9.'> 'riiomas Hurst, car|H nter. 

99 Hunh Maxuirc, lalmrcr. 
101 .In.sc|di Cniirny, xecniid-haiid rnrniture, 
1(»3 'riioK. WiliiiiniNon, cnrter. 
105 (icorp' Chapiiian, )>lumlicr. 

" rCicorp' Duiniiii, linlitlmuse kec|K'r. 
109 Mi-H. Mar^aict jturnaii. 
Ill William C. Clark, moulder, 
llfi Daniel Dunn, MaikMUiith. 
117 .PamcH Tnivey, slinemiiker. 

" r .lohn HaycH, laborer. 

" r •lnHe|ili l.al'cllc, laborer. 

'• r.lnhn Mlack, cicik. 
Vneaiit iioUKe, 

V""'" ••'''■'■''' iiiUrafcts 

Vacant lots. 
r]iarle|i Heatty, baker. 



44 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



133 John Mill*, printer. 
•• r Mm. Isabella Rod.ly. 
187 William Warrington, leather worker. 
139 Jamcs Moffatt, provision dealer. 
141 William K. Hughes, accountaiit. 
143 J. Humphrey, engineer. 
Vacant lots. 
147 Charles M.-Catfrey, high-l>ailiff. 
149 .Ian«i8 Swift, jwrter. 
161 Jose^)li Purvis, solesmiin. 
163 William R. Thompson, gnu-er. 

Si/d«iih(i)ii nfree' •'ii/ewrM 

165 John Ulukely, ])rovisiou (U-uler. 

Viieaut lots. 
107 Vaeant hous<!. 
169 Vacant house. 
171 O. Sherlock Fainlotli, painter. 
173 William Mcliride, iar|M'nter. 
177 Kdwin (}lu<lhill, iirofcssor of ninsiir. 
179 .lames BnMlie, clerk P.O. 
*' r William biw, laborer. 
Vacant lots, 
r M. .1. Oloster, printer. 
183 Jolin Kinnon, stonecutter. 
185 William Law, laborer. 
Vaijant hou-se. 

Vacant lot. 



.Bffdi xfirH intf.rHCcts... 



Barkalay itrMt-Waat ltd*. 

Commf liens at thr. Kyi/mnidf. nnd run» north 
til Ikfi-h. 

William Mathews, soaji manufucturer. 
Vacant lots. 

Paliur Ht.rert iiilr.riicctH 

Hear pit- Jiiis*-!,. 

Kiiui sfrfH Intfritrifii 

Viuaiit lots. 
Berkeley street Fire Hull. 

— /JiUv nfi-fii uttitrtectii 

Itear pa>mises. 

Vacant lots. 
AVillinm Himilton. s..|t., iron fonmler. 
Vacant lo(. 
7(5 Henry .loliiiNon, printer. 
78 William ('ullcn, printer. 
8rt Mi-s. Ann NVoods, b.mrding house. 

Vinimt lot.s. 
94 Vacant. 

/■'« ''<•.*<( .ifivrt Intfrmrtji 

Hear premises. 
98 Clmrles lioc.kh, bnisli maker. 
100 (Jeorge ('. Patterson, printer. 

l{i'ar jinimises. 

Qitcen Dtivfl iii/criii-et.1 

Vacant lots. 

Lant iiiterafctit 

126 r .lamea Fallen, laborer. 



126 William O. Itomaey, grocci, 

128 Thomaa Ann.strong. tailor. 

130 John ('hapman, Htove-mounter. 

132 liOuis Wyld, painter. 

134 John Kelly, blacksmith. 

136 Kobert M. Hinder, middler. 

138 Douglas P. Wmnl, working jeweler. 

140 James Boyle, comnier(;ial traveller. 

142 W. S. ("lark, clairvoyant physician. 

144 Louis Hunter, (Cupplus ft Hunter.) 

146 Charles R. Woodland, .salesman. 

148 John Martin, mendiaiit tailor. 

150 John Annstrong, printer. 

152 Jarris Wotxlcock, hostler. 

154 Samuel Coulter, shoemaker. 

15tf William Henderson, jiriiitep. 

158 Mrs. Usther McCoy, boarding house. 

Syitrnhnm »trcd inffmerts 

160 John Met "Iclland, grocer k tav'n keeper. 

162 Vacant house. 

164 Mrs. Mary Conlan. 

16(5 Samuel Thompson, carpenter. 

168 Vai'ant house. 

170 John Trotter, tinsmith. 

172 John Carroll, jirinter. 

Vacant lot*i. 

180 Albert (fro.s.s, laborer. 

182 .lames l)elam>y, iMibinet-nuiker. 

184 William Lugsdin, groeer. 

Vai'ant lots. 

Bi'frh sireft iiitrrufcta 



BaTerley Street East ilde. 

Ciymmencr^ at Qiifen ly'fHl and runs north 
to t'ollqir,. 

1 (Jeorge Price, grocer. 
Rear premi.scs. 

9 Tiioniiis Nolan, laborer. 

11 .lohn .Mullin, cav|K'n(er, 

15 Thomas B. Alcoek, switchman, O.T. R. 

17 James Dtitly, baffgageman, (i.T. R. 

19 James A. Sloan, clerk. 

21 Andrew .MeCormiek, lirieklaycr. 

21 .lames .Mc( 'in i y, nierehant. 

2.'5 Frederick Tyner, mail clerk. 

25 Mieiiael Costelio, tailor. 

2.1 .loseph Costelio, lilliognipher. 

25 James Costelio, litlmgrapher. 

25 Tlieopliilus Costelio, litliograplier. 

27 Mrs. P. A. Bryunt. 

27 Roliert Smith, waiter. 

29 J. C. Vaukongimet. discount clerk. 

Bank of Mnntrcal. 

29 Mir. Kli;!a Connnr. 

Vacant jots. 

(Jra Hijr fiMiil iiili-isrcf.i 

Vacant lots. 

Charles strrrl iii/nrsirts, 

116 David Barlsmr, coachmiui. 
Vacant lots. 



grocci, 

tailor, 
ve-inouiiter. 
r. 

iiiitl). 
muldler. 

vorkiiig j<'weler. 
icrciHl tiiivi'ller. 
oyaiit physician. 
i|>lu.i k lixmter.) 
kI, Haic.snmn. 
unit tiiiior. 
rintfir. 

lOStltT. 

M'limiccr. 
, imiit-r. 
, iioanliiig lioiiMc. 

( iiifernrcfs 

■ociT k tav'ii kwpiT. 



i-arpiitcr. 
litli. 

IT. 
lt«. 

IT. 

liiii't-iiuikiT. 

{roiMT. 

its. 

ntcrsfcta 

Salt ilda. 

'■Ht mill nuts north 

r- 

•r. 

oriT. 

liter, 

Hwitcliinnn, (i.T. K. 

iXi'iiiaii, (i.'!'. It. 

■ik. 

i, liriikliiycr. 

I'li'lumt. 

nil ricrk. 

iili>r. 

liii^'iiii»lnM-. 

iiivtni|>li"T. 

), litliiigiiiplicr. 

I'l*. 

•t. ili.si'oiiiil rlerk, 

A. 

ot,-,, 

\nlrr»fclii 

iita. 
iii/ernfrtn. 

leliiiiitii. 

i)ts. 



TORONTO CITY DIEECTORY. 



45; 



U Arey tirtH vUeneeU 

127 Capt C. Parsona, brigaile major. 
139 Emile Fernet, teacher of French. 
John ('awthra. 

Baldwin strrel intenect* 

Vacant lots. 
Gecil atrtet inUraeeU 

Vacant lots. 
B«T«rl«7 itrMt-Weit ilda. 

Commencra at Qurtn irtat, and nuia north 
to College. 

2 John T'olcinan, undertaker. 
6 r John Burns, laborer. 
6 Klizulieth Hicliardson. 

Lane iiUeratda 

10 



10 
12 
14 
14 
1« 



32 
34 



Mrs. Mary McCurty. 

John Mi-Carty, luboi-er. 

Mrs. Marmirct Kcadiiig. 

Charles llousnn, tailor. 

John IIousoii, bruKcnian. 

•Fames Johnson, eating house. 
18 to '28 Dickev Neill k Co., Soho foundry. 
80 John Neill, Soho foundry. 
80 John Neill, jr., book-kee]>er, Soho 
fouiidrv- 

James J. fjickey, iron founder. 

Nathaniel Dickey, iron founder. 
Vacant lot. 

Sullivan streH intfrsecti. 

Vacant lots. 
76 S. (', Duncan-Clark, insurance agent. 
78 H. W. Murray, barrister. 
80 Ut. Key. A. N." Hcthunc. D.D., D.C.L. 

I^>rd Hislio]) of Toronto. 
80 Mis. H. J*. Crook. 
S2 Mrs. Margaret lliscoe. 

Cha rles at reft intiraecfa 

84 to 90 John Crickmorc, barrister. 
DO J. S. .Munny, barrister. 

Charles W. Heath, barrister. 

D'A rcy aireel intfrnrcta 

152 Col. Kob.'rt V. Kad.lilf, royal artillery. 

Baldwin slrccl intfraecla 

Vacant lots. 
Cecil at reel iitteraeda. 

Vacant lots. 



BlibopitfMt east ltd*. 

C\»»rt«ie»i«vii at Queen and runa north tu Con- 
tntfi. 
21 William Hell, <>ngineer. 
23 John Kern, cellarmaii. 
25 William iiiniovmi, lalwrer. 
27 Francis Morrison, lals)rer. 
29 Thomas Terry, laborer. 



81 Miles Bums, laborer. 

33 Charles Kodgers, pensioner. 

35 Mrs. Mary I.iambrick, grocer. 

39 William Dillon, laborer. 

41 James Curran, iwrter, G.W.B. 

43 William Wanlell, mac) 'nest. 

45 John Bainbridge, fai...".. 

47 John Dcrmody, carpenter. 

51 John Bath, heliH;r. 

Herbert atreel intrraccta 



Vacant lots. 
67 James Peurce, brewer. 
61 James McCann, pensioner. 

Vacant lots. 
127 Oeotfrey Hornby, tailor. 
131 (ieorge (ioiilon, lalwrer. 

Vacant lots. 
187 John Daley, caqienter. 

Vacant lots. 
145 William Coiliett, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
151 I'litvirk McDonald, laborer. 

Vacant lots, 
169 Itobeit McKnight, c*r])«'nter. 

Vacant lots, 
199 James Livingston. 

Vacant lots. 
205 William Holicrtson, ])ensioner. 
207 William Kllis. 
209 John Hozeck, keejier, asylum. 
213 Joseph Black, wood sawyer. 

Vacant lots. 

Bishop itrset— West side. 

Comtnrncra at Queen and runa north to 

CvHicay. 

10 Robert Bicen, laborer. 
12 David Smith, saddler. 
Vacant lots, 
20 Samuel 1((Klgins. 
22 Francis Cusick. 

// 'ilttm atreet inleraerts 

24 Adam Bcatty, grocer. 
26 James Smith, hiborei. 
Vacant lots. 

32 Daniel McKnight. 

;14 Mrs. B. A in (.strong, 

3t! J<ilin M(<'arty, lalxiri'r. 

38 Walter Ctalloway, engine driver. 

42 Hugh Tiviicii. 

44 James Helbcit, grower. 

Hultert atreet interaeeta 



Vacant lots, 
tlO Bosannah Lee. 
62 John Moiiahan, laborer. 
66 Joseph (tai Icy, laborer.. 

Vacant lots. 
74 J. (). Bennett, 1'. O. Dei>aitm«iit. 

N'acant lots. 
80 William Hughes, carjH'nter. 
82 Vacant house. 



46 



C. E. AI^ERSON & CO.'S 



84 Kdwanl liunini. 

Vaciiiit lot, 
88 John Main, blHoksmitli. 

Varaiit lots. 
96 fieorKc (Jillmnrc. 
" ('haiTi'H Jciiki'ls. 
98 Huiupliivy Slicriilaiii shoeninkiT. 
Vacant lotrt. 
120 TiTi'iai' iMcUt'iiiKitt, lahoiiT. 

Vucuiit lots. 
126 John JluDeriiiott, lalmnM-. 

Vacant lot. 
i;jO William Foster, laborer. 
ia-4 William Fo-t-.-r, .Jr., laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
170 Daviil Hcasliii, labortT. 

Vacant lot. 
176 Kilwanl Homaiiic, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 

180 Jusper ("roucli, waiter. 

Vacant lot. 

188 Georgi! William.s, i^anlenei'. 

Vacant lots. 

Coil way uli'i'ct iu'ersrctii 



Bloor itrest East -South aide. 

Commences nt Yoit'je shvef, ami nin.i mul to 

Ciiji Limlh. 

1 Mrs. Sanuu'l Harrpld. 
Lnin- iiitertiech. 

3 Mr.s. I'liiirlcs .Jones. 

" Herniinl Sanmlers, merchant tailor. 

5 Mathew Drnmnionil, Imok-keeiicr. 

" William M.icnidcr, t-llcr 11. ('. iJank. 

" A. 1". Trej<i'nt, clerk .Montn'al Wmk. 

" (ico. Drnnimond.ciei'k .Montreal liank. 

7 Freil. Mciict, liook-keenur. 
13 Thus. KilpHtrii-k, watclimun. 
la .loliii Sonicrs, cHl)ni'in. 
17 Tiios. Sonici's, caliman. 
19 Williim Lewis, carpchter. 
" Miss .laiic i,e\vi;s tli^'ssiiiakiT. 
21 Wni. Ilessin, cunlcclioiicr. 
23 Tlios. Moss, l»arrister. 
Vacant lots. 
29 FMw.ir.l Fitzj^crald, lianister. 
31 Uichuii', Sneliin){, tiarristcr. 

Vacant lots. 
47 Itobt. .1. Dalla-s, cashier ilii.k of Com- 
merce. 
49 .lohn It. CliPrriman, professor. 
61 Kenneth Mi'Kcn/.ic, barrister. 
67 H. I!. Morphy, banislcr. 
" Z. Si.s,sons. 

Vacant lot. 

Cliiirrji slirft lHl''i:it'vl.l 

65 Ralph Whichellow, p;,ird(!ni'r. 
73 TluM. .1. Frcst.Mi, .1.1'. 

8t. I'ani's KpiscoiKtl Chiiri-h. 
91 Hev. S:iltern (jiivin.s. 
•' I'inis. .M.itt (Jivins, imriistor. 



93 John A. liovil, barrister. 

95 

97 J. I). Kerrison, professor of music. 

Jure in stitet inters rtti 

99 J. K. Kerr, barrister. 

1(»1 Jns. Maclt-nnan, barristt-r. 

103 Joliii Macnab, merchant. 

105 Kev. Trofefwor Young. 

107 Daniel \Vil.son, professor. 

//(/ nUij ntnrf intcrsevln 

Vacant lots. 
117 Itev. Wm. Ueid, M.A. 

Vacant lots. 
143 Hev. .la-s. Heaven, I). 1>. 

Vacant lots. 
SlirrliDiini'' strrrl liiliTiwcts 



Bloor streat West Suut^ slda. 

Conniifnir.s til Yuiiije street, mul i\tiis ur.st d* 

('ill/ Li III ill. 

7 John Carruthcrs, laborer. 
9 .linncs Dcnhani, ganlener. 

Vacant jots. 
25 Tlios. lliMl;(ins, barrister. 

Vacant lots. 

Xorlli xlnrt inlrrserls 

Vacant lots. 
73 Alex. Heiitty, .servant. 
75 Ifev. Wni. ilerrid^je. 
77 Win. Mill, bricklayer. 

Vacmt lots. 

Colleiie Ai'i'iiiii' iiilirseetn 

Kobert Mills, jJit-keperC. .\. 

Vacant lots. 
Tlios. I,on;,'lMitloiii, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 

SiHiilimi A ceil ne inlcrsriis 

VuciMit lots. 
375 .SiniMcl i)unbai, constalilc. 

JinniHiricl: Arenii" intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Hiithii ml sffii't iiii'ecscct.i 



Bond itrMt^But slda. 

Ciuiiuenee.i nt (Jii-rn anil runs north to itoiUJ, 
McG'M Square. 

S7( nli-r .stirif .' >ter.ierl,i 

St. Michael's ('uMiednnl. 

jliglit Ifi'v. ('.,sh>p Lynch. 

Very l'iv..l. F. .Janii.i, V. <!., recfur. 

O'Donoliof, It'v .hiiiiA, Ass't " 

White, Kev. .1 W., 
H. < '. .Scparati' selioo! 
lioretto Coiivont. 

Cruieh/innk alreel interserts 



tlT. 

Mor uf music. 
srs'dii 

ster. 
mt. 

r 

»• 

wor. 

crscda 



L. 
<. 
I). 

«. 

• itlrrxfcts 

ioiith ilda. 

(UlU l^llli HV.st tif 

irer. 

I'lUT. 

ster. 

'rrsi'iiti 

4. 

t. 

r. 

4, 

ii/rr.'wW.i 

jiir <'. A. 

iirtli'iicr. 

4. 

iiili'rsrds 

<. 

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iiitiTS''da 

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TORONTO CITY DIRECTOUY. 



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,1. 

iytii:li. 

ml, V. ( t., rcctDl". 

\.}wM, Ass't " 



't iiUt'i$ed» . 



Bond Strci't ( 'oiign-gHtiuiial Churcli. 
Viiciiiit lut. 
97 Jnliii Moiiii^'lmn, 1*. <>. tl<>rk. 
101 Wni. H. SiNirniw, iiKTchaiit. 
103 Ui'v. S. KoHt', Wosli-yiiii Methodist. 
103 .loliii K. ISftsi', lii\vy«r. 
lor» Kev. J Kdjj'ur, rriiii dvi- Metlimlist. 
107 Doiiiild M' l)uiiuld, i-(ilHiig inillH. 
lot* IsMii' TlioiiiiMoii, lKH)k keu|H.'i°. 
Ill k 113 Miss Kllfii Douglas, liourdiiig 

JiDII.SC. 

ll,*! <!i>ruld Uiiliiillry, shuriiiuki-r. 

I'rivati* Kroiiiids. 
117 Mrs. A. MiitluT. 

Bond itrest Weit itde. 

CoinwiK'i'.i lit Qiii-rn uml nini north toOonlJ. 

Viirmit liDiisc. 
4 .luiiii-s (traliiitii, ii'tirnl. 
t! II. W. \Viiniiif,'toii, Imwcr. 
ti Misses .Miiiy iiiid Kiniiiii WarriiiBtoi., 

indies' Imaiilillt; si'liool. 
8 Mis. Margant Stuiiiiicrvillc, boarding 

llOllSP. 

10 Jane (ilciin, iMiardiiig liousf. 
Vacant lota. 
Vacant lioasi-. 

Hoiid St net |{('gnlar I'iUiitist Clmrdi. 
30 L. II. Andrews. 
32 1!. .1. Wallace, dcik. 
34 .lo)in llallani, leatlicr nicrchunt. 
:{« Dr. William Cocker. 
38 Dr. .lolm K. Kay. 
40 (Icorgc Hakcr, dry j^ood.s. 
4'i Keiijamiii Swit/er, broker. 
" W. F. Switzcr, 
" C. A. Swit/er. 

Sliiitir stirrf in ^•/•.^.■'7.^ 

44 Dr. (i. W. Stratliy. 

4t) Mrs. .Miir^aret <"lark. 

48 .liiliii |fiie(>, talxirer. 

fiO L. Hill, (col'd) laliorcr. 

f»2 Mrs. \\. Clmnliill, wnsliwonmn. 

.14 .liilin <'onii.sli, (e(dM) laborer. 

fit! Mrs. .Mary ('uriey. 

.18 j'atriik Knri;,'lit,"lul orcr. 

»iO iJcrry Moore, !iie:iliaiit. 

(!4 IJobcrt Walker (U. Walker A Sons. ) 

«8 .billies Lyon, wliolesale ilri'ggist. 

'riioiiiiis '.b.yee, iHiai'dili); In use. 

72 Mrs. Maik". nzic (wid Will. Lyon). 

*' .\lis,ses llileii and Llizabeth Miieken- 
zie, l;idies' boarding selioi L 

" (ie<ir;,'c .Mackenzie, clerk. 
71 William Haiiisny, w ludesjile giwer. 
Vacant li>l. 



, f'l-iiirkshi'id- sfivrl iillrrSfds. 

JtO Frederick Onklcy, builder. 
•.•2 Mrs. Mary Sanlter. 
01 Walter Crofton, clerk. 
Vacant lots. 
98 Alcxondert'liisholm, iltrk. 



100 Mrs. Orare l>irnio, Imarding school. 
102 N. U I'iinr, luinlwnre. 

Hev. ('. V. W. li'echunlMTgh, in rear' 

1st Ev. Lutheran ('liureli. 
S. M. Sanilei'son, iMuits uiid shoes. 
J. W. Sfoakcs. uieichunt. 
.1. M. McKay, commission nicruhant 
Vacant house. 
110 F. Micliie, A'Stt't Manager lloyul Cana- 
dian Itaiik. 

Vacant lot. 
120 Kev. T. F. CuUlicott, Bupti.st. 



108 
110 
112 



Borden street— East ilde. 
Comuiriiirn ill Viilliifi\ and rtins to Northern 

IJlllilx. 

Vnciint lilts. 

Vdiikmiijh ii< ! strid intersrds 

.\rtlinr Sterling, pla.stcrer. 
.billies Lester, teamster. 

liitlhr ulreet inlrrseds. 

Vacant lot«. 



.Jliirliorii' shrd iiilrrnrds.. 
Vacant lots. 



.Jlnj/tlm si I ft iiitcrsi'ds 
Vacant lot.s. 



JiliMir slfirt iutcrsfdH 



Borden streoii West side. 

l1unimi')ii'ii lit f'lilliifr, inul runs In Xnrthern 
Limits. 

Vacant Ints. 
William Meriitt, laborer. 
I'hilip Douglas, sailor. 

Vacant lot. 
William (iellcr, laborer. 

Vnnkoviihud sirrd ivti'rwd.s 

Vacant lot.s. 

lUttlrr xtrret intrr.intu 

Vacant lot.s. 
William llanna, laborer, 
.lulin Taballister, ]iaiiitcr. 

Iliirhiiri' .shnt intfrsrds 

Vacant lots. 



//(•(t/c/- .itrcd iiitfrtxdn 

Vacant l"ts. 

, Lrnnii.i' -ilrrfl iiitrrsfdii 

Vacant lots. 

... Hfiior strrrt iutrrni'di 



Boulton street— North side. 

Cimimfims nor i>/ Ilini <ii>il runs vest trr 

Sii.nvf. 

Hear J vemiscs Wagner's planing mill, 
.lueob 1'. Wagner, imni. planing mill. 



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Rear premiMS Scales' tobacco f^^torj. 
22 'ohn Moroney, l«b"rer. 
Vacant lota. 
80 Mrs. Catharine Hunt, wi<low, 
92 William KeiT, laborer. 
84 Michael McKinnon, lalwrer. 
" F.<lward Cratlicott. 
86 Mrs. Mar}' Moroniy, widow. 
Laiif- inlermctii 

88 John Maher, laborer. 
40 Thomaa Cosgrove, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
Michael Boyle. 

\ acant lots. 
R2 Thomos McCDnuick, laborer. 
62 r .loim Henry, tobneco factory. 
Hear premises York street Inn. 

York street inkraects 

68 Joseph Dibb. 

60 .limes Einniett, laborer. 
Wni. Jackson, laborer. 
Tlion. Uowe, tailor. 

64 Mrs. Catharine King, widow. 

66 Jas. McCarthy, hack-driver. 

Rear premises Dean's Dominion braM 
foundry. 

70 Mrs. Klirabeth Puce, widow. 

" James I'oce, finisher at Good's Foundry. 

72 Joseph Fowler, shoemaker. 

•' John Lusconibe, laborer. 

74 Thos. Smith, cabinet-maker. 

76 Adam Daly, laborer. 

78 Wm. Vogt, with Jucfpies k Hay. 

" Heneilict Steidel, moulder. 

80 (Jeo. St4iffoi-d. 

86 Frani'is Summer, roop«'r. 

88 I'atrick Sheehnn, laborer. 

90 Mich'l Judgi', v'ngraver and die sinker. 

92 Andrew Armstion;', laborer. 

94 Wm. Hunt, wi:h .lacijues k Hay. 

96 Hoot. Mishaw. 

98 John Hums, blm-ksmith. 

100 Wm. I'i.kard, (J. T. W. 

102 lloderir CumplK'li, blacksmith. 

104 Joseph Hritton, fireman (i. T. 11. 

" J(din Barker, carpenter (}. T. R. 

106 Charles Stein, with Ja(i|ui'N ti Huv. 

" Patrick H. Hob«-rts lalmier. 

108 Mrs. '.ouisii ('ornlsji, widow. 

*' Edward Puddiromb, luliorcr. 

110 James Howe, tailor. 

114 JoMcpli Jame.s Kitzimtriik, C. T. H. 

116 Hi'huitl Field, eubimt-maker. 

118 Adam Lamiiert, carpenter. 

Boultan itr««t South side. 

Commences nar of linij and runs west to 
Shneof. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear prtiaiscs of Royal Skating Rink, 
Vacant lots. 

Boulton Lane intersects 



37 
39 

47 
49 
49 
61 



65 

67 

69 

71 

73 

73i 

75 

77 

79 

81 

814 

8.*} 
85 
87 
89 
91 
91 
93 
93 
95 
97 
97 

99 
lul 
103 



Mim Catharine Jonea. 
William Moore, laborer. 

Vacant lota. 
Miles fiillespie, tailor. 
Francis (Salfahurat, Ial>orer. 
John Berry, shoemaker. 
Francis O'Hara, carter. 

Vacant lots. 

I'orJl" street infersftia 

Rear premisi's of Kurojiean Hotel. 

Back Laiu intersects 

James Houlclmn, jwrtcr. 

John Hy«n, laborer. 

Mrs. Mary O'Hryaii, widow. 

James O'Bryan. 

Mrs. Ann (ireen, widow. 

I'atrick Conlin, lalKirer. 

Hichard O'Connell, blacksmith. 

Jumes Higgins, plasterer. 

Samuel Beck, contractor. 

John Taylor, hiiiorer. 

Wm. Cowen, lead-worker and glasa- 

stuiiier. 
Martin Kel'v, laborer. 
Henrv Dunfonl. 
Josepli licid. 
Rob«'rt Smith, lalMirer. 
Archibald Shaw, patteni-mokcr. 
Henry Bachman, cariwiiter. 
John I^w, laliorcr. 
Daniel Kewon, hilxircr. 
John Furrell, printer. 
Francis Hohletcar, nuirble p<disher. 
Joseph Collins, liaggagenuin at Union 

Station. 
.Fames Fox, laborer. 
John Simon, lalmrer. 
RobiTt Philliiis, carter. 

Simcoe street inlerscds 



Bottlton Lao*. 

Coimneners iit JIdii/Ihh street and runs north 

to Aililuide H'rxt. 

Hear pn-mises. 
7 .Mcxander Winchester, lalM>rer. 
" .MrN. Catluriiic \Vi. chcHter, widow of 

Alexander. 
9 Lawrence Hart, lalxm-r. 
Vacant lots. 



.Adelaide street iiiterseets. 



Breadall>ane street South side. 

Commences at i'mKje mid runs mst t,i Surrey 
I'lttee. 

2 D. Camenni. 

Vacant lot. 
t> William IrcKim, builderand contractor. 
8 John S. Crawford, trav.-lling agent. 

Vacant lots. 



orer. 



tfrta 

N>an Hotel. 
ifCt» 

r. 

itiow. 

«•. 

I'ksinith. 

cr. 

)r. 

rkrr ami gliiss- 



ni-iiiak(T. 
ntiT. 



rlilc polinhcr. 
ri'iiiiin lit riiion 



rmrtA. 



f (iiid rniui nmih 
t:if. 

, lalMirtT. 

ii'Ht»T, widow of 



tffmrtji 

outb tide. 

1.1 irt.st til Surrey 



mini lontnu'tor. 
I't-lliiig iigciit. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEORGE BARKER & CO., 

NO. 40 YONGE 8TREET, TORONTO, ONT.. 

IMPORTRKH or i 

Straw Goods, Crapes, Velvets, Flowers, 

FBATHBRS, LACB OOOD», RIBBONS, 8II.KS, Ac. 



J. SEGS'WORTH, 

IMPORTRR AND MANrrArTURRR OF 

Every Des<*ris)tion of Gold & Silver Watches, Jewellery,' 

IPAXiiJCY «0013e», ^«-.. Ace. 

ALSO MANl'FACn'KKK OK MASONH' JKWKLS AND KMBLKMS. 

Prices and Quality of Goods SECOND TO NONE in thn Dominion. 



trC'allaiidcxaiuiiif HIS FINK ST()(!K nt 113 Vniige, two doon North of Adelaid* 
Street, EaHt sidt*. 



THOMPSON & ALLE 

BREWERS OF XXX 1>ALE ALE & PORTER, 

EAST END BREWERY, 



Uiver Slre«t, Torontot Ontario. 



ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

JOHN M. MALONEY, 

81 BAY STREET TORONTO, ONT. 



GKNTI.EMENH' OWN MATKHIAL MAHK VV ON SHoilTKST NOTICK IN THK 

.MO.ST FASHIONAHLK STYLUS. 

A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



RE.FORD & DILLON, 

A XI) 

Wholesale Grocers, 

Nos. 12 & 14 WELLINGTON STKEET EAST, 

Tonoisrxo, oisrx. 



aORRIE & Pi^RISH, 

(FROM JACQUES k HAY,) 

CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, CABINET-MAKERS, &C., 

Shop North-East Comer of Teraiilcy and Hayter Htreets> 
TOUOISTTO, OITT. 

IV Contracts fur Jobbing punctually attended to. 



T. 



MASrPACTVHK* OK 



Sash, Blinds, Doors, Window Frames, d^c. 

PLANING AND SAWING MILL. 

MMO, MANl'KACTfREU OK 

Lenhardt's Patent Spring Mattrasses, 

The beat and eheaptd ever inventeih 

71 & 73 Adelaide Street West, - - - Toronto, Ont 



d^ 



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@W 




@lr 



JOHN OOLLYEB, 




so, aOLBOHlTE SXI13BET, 

TWO DOORS FROM WKST MARKET SQUARE. 



'N, 



ers, 

AST, 



3^, 

ERS, &C., 

• Htreets, 



es, (S(C. 

LL. 

rasses, 

*oronto, Ont 




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TOUONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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te 



St. ytncent HrMt itUeraetU. 

Knox Collcj^c (irouiiilH. 
Varaiit hitx. 
Sunn/ Pliicr iitfrrnfrl.t... 



Breadalbano street North side. 
Commcnctit at Vongi- mul rum west to Surrey 

' I'liin-. 

1 AlvxHiidt-r Mt Kiiizii', iiortcr. 

3 .loliii F. Ki'iiwii'k, mail aj^riit, (!,\V.H. 

6 K.v. H.nry W. Davi's, 15.1). (llolv 

Tiiiiitv \'\\.) 

7 IWiiianl llaMaii, Si-c. & Traw, Western 

Assunilirc ( '(I. 

V'araiit lots. 

.S7. riinriU slnrl iiUf.rni'dn 

'."iii:iiif lilts. 

Surreij J'/arc hi^rriccta 



Brant itraot East side. 

ComiiiriHi'.i lit. Kiiiij ii-i:st mul rn,is nnrlli la 
liirh iiioiul. 

Vacant lots. 

Adrhiiiti: xlrret in!<riiri/s 



Varant Imuso. 

Varant lots. 



Viinuli'ii slrcrl liitfi'srrfs 

Vacant lots. 
.likhiiiKiul strtif in/rrsni.'i. 



Brant street West side. 

Commrmes ul Kin'j f' -f uml ndis iinrlh to 

UichiinDid. 

'i ("lias. .Miliott, rail owner. 

" Kolit. Cilisoii, licinian N.i!.!!. 

Vaiant 1 its. 
8 .lolm Wclsii, liiliortT. 

Na.Mht lot.s. 

AMnutf HlrcH intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Hich inoiid xlrci t i ide f suets 



Bright street. 
Commenci-a ul h'i,i'j mnl runs nui'th to Quccw 

Private ;^ronnils. 
.loscpli ( ostiniin, liiliorcr. 
Mrs. .\\\\\ o'Ifoiu'kc, iiiilk\voniiin. 
Thomas Hopkins, JMliorcr. 
Vacant lots. 
(jiuin, street intersect* 



Britain street North side. 

Comuunccs tU fieoi-ije aiui ruTis east to 
( 'uridine. 

40 Lewis St»cle, tailor. 

4 



Luiii' intersecta 

Vacant lots. 
Private ({I'onniU. 



Britain street South tide. 

t'iimmi neeji at (Uuriie and runs casl lo 
diiroliue. 

1 Pavid .lolly, caliinct nuikcr. 
.Sheds. 

\\ 'i'honias (loliert. 

.'i .\lrx:inilei rnrnliiiU, pr' rn maker. 
11 h'oliert Hunter, slioeir ^ i 
" r .\rtlnir .lolmson, sliortii I'lur 

Vacant li • 
1.1 .iohn Collins, l.lack.^ '^'i. 
17 .Iohn Karx, tailor. 
10 Vai'ant hnnse. 
'21 .lames lloilily, ea'']iciu . 
U;i r Dennis O'llallor-n, lauover. 
'I'A (Jeor^;t' Watson '-orei' 
'i.'i David Flack, lu 
'i'l r S;iniui'l t'liite, lioiler nnikcr. 
'SI .lolin Cinickstianks, laliorer. 

Viicullt lots. 

.Mrs. .\liri' lionlton. 
.loliii I'eikins, lioiler nnikur. 
(ieorp- liof^artli, clerk. 
Mrs. .\nn N'olil' 

liiini' iutersrrts 

41 Saninel ('niwCortl, Imtcher. 



;j:5 
:i7 
:{it 
;ty 



Com 



13.') 

IM 
i:i7 

139 
141 
14:5 

14 ;j 
i4;{ 
14. -i 
147 
14l» 

1.11 
IM 

ir..i 

157 

I5y 

IGl 



Brock street East side. 

mevivs (I I Friiiil and. runs north to Queen, 

Private ponnds. 
Wellingtiiii scpnii'e. 

Vacant lots. 
k'iiiij si reel iiilersccfs 

Vacant lots, 
-Idchildi' slirel intersects 

Vacant lots, 
r Veinon l.ee, eoinniis.sion and inovision 
mercliiint. 
Daniel Williams, c.induttor, O.T.U. 
Thomas Patterson, foreman, umchino 

shop. 
iMr.s. W. V. Paeon, 
.hunes Widsh, liililder. 
.Miss (ieorj^'ina llon^'hton. 
.Mi.ss .\nulia llim;,'liton. 
.Miss Henrietta Houghton. 
.Id.scph Marks, locomotive in.spector. 
dipt. Frctlerick Kneelmld. 
Theodore Hy. Spencer, Imriistei'. 

Vacant lots, 
(leorge Parker, lahorer. 
Mrs. (Jeorge .MeConniek. 
.Iohn Nimmo, news aj^ent. 
.Miel Willi ock, linilder. 
.Mrs. .Iohn I'orter, widow. 
.Iohn Corner, moulder. 



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1«3 Peter M. Cudhie, warehousotnan. 

166 Kichiml Hy. Flint, inatliini.'.t. 

167 Cliarlfs I'lickliuni, rar|M"iitor. 

169 John rnti'DioM, K-ndnctor, U.T.U. 

/lima lane iiUeraecth 



Bi'ook itiaet West tide. 
ComiMMesnI. Front «/"/ nins nuith to IJucm. 
1 NoitliiTM l^ul«■av Co'h, "Hiccs— FiihI- 
I'lick \V. CnniliiTliind nmnugtir. 
Alfred Urunil, inland revmue iU'[iart- 
nii-iit. 

Wdlinglo)) pliue Inlfrsfcts 

02 Ijewin Mollutt, nuTrliant. 
Vacant lots. 

Kiixj Slrf't intersects 

Vacant lots, 
Salter Vankougliiu't, lianister. 

Atlrlii id'' s/nrt inl'-r.tecis 

120 Josqili HiTilinan, nonduitor, (J.T. H. 

122 CtHorgc F,. Dalliy, wliarfingiT. 

124 John McKi ii/ie. 

128 Aliss Surah Hallow. 

130 William Little, carter. 

132 John Croft, laborer. 

V'ucant lots. 

■. Camden drift intersecfti 

186 James Cameion, grocer. 

138 .lameH Mi'i>oiini'll, carpenter. 

140 I'honias H^niie.s, caliinet maker. 

142 Henry .Vnie.s, tailor. 

144 James llatiiaway, Imilder. 

146 James Nolan, tiniekee|ier, (I.T.I!. 

1''.8 Thonia.i Brown, engine driver. 

148 Joseph Hrown, lireman, N'.H.C. 

150 Temperance Hall. 

Little llichmond street inlcrsci m 



Bnmiwlok street East side. 

Cmpinences at CuHej/r, aiul rini.i to north rn 

limits. 

Vacant lot.s. 

Bloor street iiUerseits 

Brunswick stroot -West nlde. 
Vacant lots. 
William llaiuia, teiiinstcr. 
rliarles ( Janle, .sheritrs coihstaWe. 
Thomas Trn.vs, haski'l maker. 
JaniL-s Mill.-i, sheiiir.s ('onHtatilc. 
Vacant lots. 

Blmr street intersects 



Bucbin&n street North side. 

Commrnces at Voinje and ruiis west to 

Teraahy. 

Vacant lot. 



John Shannon, wnla watiT nmnrr. 
John Hughes, earix-nter. 
Hear premi'ses. 
Terdiiley street iiUersceta. 



Buchanan street South side. 

Commences at Vomje and runs west to 
'J'crauloj. 

Vacant lot. 
Heaver Soda Water Works, John Shan- 
n<in, propiietor. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Teranley street intersects.,., 



Butler street. 

Commences at Major and runs vest tu Hope, 
No houses. 



Oaer Howel street North side. 

Commences at Colleije Ariinir and runs west 
til Ihiinmer. 

Entrame to (iirls* Home. 
Vacant lots. 



Murray street intersecLt. , 

Vacant lot. 
William Forhcs, builder. 
iSirs. Loui.sa llurd. 



Caer Howel street South side. 

Commences al Ciilliiji Avenue and ru)is west 

to bummer. 

Vacant lots. 

William street intersects 

Vaeant lot. 
1 H. W. (!oH.sage, brewer. 
'1 Thomas (iordi>n, eomniissioa niercli't. 
ti Mrs. Helen Hums. 

4 Thomas .M( Lean. 

5 Alcxandi'r .S<()tt, ma.son. 

5 .I(din I'ricstnian, mercantile agency. 

Dummer street intersecLi 

Camden street- North side. 
Commences at ISroek and runs west to Brant. 

'2 Janic.i ( 'iimi'roM, grocer. 
Nacant lot. 

John < 'owlcy, l.iliiirer. 

8 t'hristojihcr I'cid, laborer. 

10 Jlrs. L. Drciina)!. 

"i'l J(din Iniikctt, laborer. 

14 John Ti( unor, bonk aj;ent. 

16 Mrs. Margari't Scutt, boiirding house. 

18 liobcrt .lohnson, coriijuctor (i. T. U. 

20 William Miiiiav, .salesman. 

22 Robert Hell, painter. 

24 John Hmughton, machinist. 

20 John litynohlson, ingiue driver. 



liter iiianfr. 

•T. 



ttisfcta. 



uth ilda. 

/ runa west to 

>ik.s,.Iolin Shan- 
/,v 



f'TKfcfH, 



ii.i vfnt to Hope. 

ortb Ilda. 

" dial runs west 






outh aide. 

"■ oiui ruHS west 



itrrsecis 



mission nierch't. 



m. 

iiiitilc ugoncy, 

tersecta 

tb siao. 

iH urd to Brant. 

Y. 

nv\: 

r. 

;<iit. 

liDiiniiii^ liDiihP. 

lutor (.!. T. U. 

iniiin. 

Iiiiii.st. 
inu driver. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



51 



28 Thnniaa Mell, Hiilfanuin. 
30 John AniliTson. 
32 Ocorge Hrcnt, nincliiniHt. 
34 David Uiiinnay, stone eiitter. 
36 ('ha.s. Manuel ing, enj{ine driver U.T. 11. 
38 (ieorp' IdiMMiii'd, iminter. 
40 k 4U William M.'ll, painter, 
'* Honjamin Stacoy, o.stler. 
44 .lames Wat.son. enj^ineer (J. T. U. 
46 William Mayes, lahorer. 
" r Kdwanl Spink.s, tailor. 
Vacant lot. 

Itrnnt Street infersecln 



Oamdsn street -South aide. 

CommcncrH at lii-.k and nin.i trcul to Ilrant. 

7 Mrs. Fanny V'erriill. 

.Thomas Dilwurtli, lahoriT. 
Henry. I, Mdleiny, teamster. 
Hohert (irinsteail, gardener. 
Alexander Means, lila<'ksndtli 
Vacant house. 
David .Sullivan, tireman X. I!. <'. 

Vacant lot. 
.Tames Siiearman, en},'iiM er (I. T. U. 
Mrs. Kli/jilteth Metcalle, provisions. 
Thomas O'Ciiiiiior, milkman. 
Mrs. .laiK' f'lnriiii. 
r .lames Ifn'iMitt, l.dinrer. ♦ 
Vacant lot. 
37 .lohii hca, Idacksmith. 
39 Fredk W. Hayley, hatter. 
Vacant lot. 

Brirnt ulnrt inlersfcfn 



9 

11 
13 
16 

21 

27 
29 
31 
33 



Oarlton atreot North aide. 

Comnunces at i'lmgr mid iiins cunt to Par- 
I id nil nt. 
Rear premises. 
Lnni' Inffrsrrfs 

2 Kev. O. A. Ma'iintt, pastor of Alexan- 
der St. IViptist Ch. 
10 Williiiiii II. Diiiisiiaugh, dmggist. 
12 John Bain, barrister. 
14 Hohert ii.'ildwin. 
It5 tJeor^?.' Wightman, Hour and jircxluec 

liroker. 
18 .lames |{. Ityan, hardware nu'rehant. 

Vacant lot. 
22 1{. (i. Anderson, late teller Hank U.C. 
24 Mrs, ('. .McAithuv, wid. olMohn. 
30 .\nliionv Mlaclil'dnl, lioots and shoes. 
8« Williani Walker, mcnhaiit tailor. 
38 0. W. Dunn, hoop skirt manfr. 

40 Frecl. ( 'larke, Hochcster shoe store. 
42 Richard t'ntliliert, 1 klmidcr. 

" Mi.s.se^ S. & .1. I'lithlH-rt, drc.ssmakei-s. 
4'J r '"'harles I*. Hockiiill, drng<,'ist's a.s.sist. 
r .Mrs. .Skaith, wid. olJohn. 

41 Thomas A. Hry.c, (iraninuir school 

teacher. 



46 Joseph Harris, tailor. 
Vacant lotH. 

Church street intersects 

Alexander ( 'anu-ron, haraater. 
Andrew N. Mnell, nuister in Clmneery. 



48 
f)0 
58 
64 

68 



70 
74 



218 
22G 



248 
254 
25ti 
258 
200 
266 



■lair 's Scott, dry goinls merchant. 

Williani Spread. 

John Uains. sec. Home District Mutual 

Fire Insurance ('om|iany. 
.lohn I'aterson, hardware inurehant. 
Hear premises. 

Jnrvis street intersects 

Vacant lots, 
liiv. Dr. Adam Lillie, principal Con- 

grej^atioiial I'oUege. 
Kev. John McCaul, D.I)., President 

I'niversity College. 
Home wood I'ark. 
n. Homer Dixon, eonsul-gen. tor the 

N'i'th(!rla',ids. 
William HiggiiiH, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 
Jidin Foggin. 

Sherlioiiriie street intersects 

Yueant lota. 

Bhekcr slreit intersects 

St. I'eter's Church. 

Allan .Me!.ean Howard, clerk Division 

Court. 
Francis Hiehardson. 
Afr.Uitlion street intersects 

Vac. tut lots. 
James McC.. Kidlev, clerk U. C Hank, 
("apt. Chariest;. Fortier, ins. agt. 
Clia.s. W. i'atersoii, barrister, 
.lohn Miijo'-, clerk. 

.\iidrew Kutlierford, hardware mercht. 
Capl. .loiin Douglas. 
I'll rl ill iit'-iit strtct intersects 



Carlton Street South aide. 

Commences nt Vonije mid runs east to Par- 
lia/ncnt. 

Hear premises. 
1 Agnes .M( licUaii, wid. of Malcolm. 
3 Kolicit Tca.sdiill, clerk. 
5 llciiry Hrowiilce, dcrk. 
7 Catharine Nut hall, wid. of Wm. M. 
Vacant lots. 
21 Mary A. Mus.son, will, of William. 

Vncaut lots. 
31 Jidm l.e.slie, commercial traveller. 
33 John T. Shapter, druggist. 

Vacant lots. 
41 Janu's Dully, hotel. 

cliiirrli ttreet intersects 

]{ear prcmi,ses. 

/yoc in'ii's'cfs 

43 r Win. Mnir, tailor. 

rti.'o. UichanLsoii, laborer. 



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\"i 



48 r Will. Roin'r, c«rpciit«T. 

45 Sanih (i.iulntuiii-, wid. of John. 
47 Charlfs AiixhwH, lulM/nr. 

49 Sainiii'l C'lmnt"T, . 4ii|M'nt<T. 

•• Eli/iiliitR WiiiiUor, wid. of Hol»t. 

Heur jiniMiin's. 
69 .lauies Fnui<in, fon-innii Pulilic WoikM. 

Mulutil sirfl lii/rrsirtii 

61 Ah'XHii.l.T Mt:Niil>l>, iM>lir.' iiiiifiistriitf. 
iMiac (.'. (tilnior, iiisiirHiu'i- ii^i-iit. 

Jarri.i itlrft iiilirtecU 

Viuiint lots. 
Toronto Hoitii ultiinil (iiinlens. ) 
Thomas TilliimM,Kiii(lfiicr. 'i 

Shtrhunnve street inlfmcili* — 

Vacniit lotH. 
149 (.'athfriiif SulUvmi, wid. Augu.stus IJ. 

Seatim slrrH intfrnecU 

Vai'iiiit lot. 
223 William .IiiiiHsoii, ntind. 

Varaiit lot.s. 
227 Churlfs Dully, Imt. Ii.t. 
229 Isaac T. U-wis, dnij;ffi»t. 

McMithim strcft intt rsectn 

Vacant lot.s. 
239 lialph Nichol.son. 
241 (Jcorgc V. McKcnmc. 

Vacant lots. 
2A7 CaptAin iiolicrt, insurance agent. 
260 Thoiuiw Itrunskill, merchant. 

Vacant lotN, 

rariioHuiU street intemects 



CaroUna itreet East ilds. 

CotnMnur.i at the Jlaif mul runs north to 

Qiieeu Eiist. 

Vacant lotH. 

I'tdnrf alrett iiU<'rsfi-t» 

Wood yanl. 
L(tnr in trrsrcis 

26 Janie.s Hcrson, jiork liutcht!r. 
" r John Dorccv, labonr. 
37 John Terry.' 

Kiiuj ntrttt interstcta 

Vacant houw. 

Vacant lot.s. 

Dukt street interseets 

Vacant Int. 

76 liridK«t Hums, washerwoman. 

*• David lii'wi.s, lalwrer. 

'• Peter Evan.s, lalionr. 
Law intfrseda 

79 John Ma^iirc, tailor. 

81 Jainea Aikins, wool merchant. 

Ihuhtaa street intertecU 



Vacant lot. 
89 Thomas Knowlton, tailor. 
91 Denis liynch, tailor. 
9;{ Patrick Murpliy, luhorer. 
its Patrick Itatl lord, laliorer. 
Vacant lots. 
103 Miss Sarah .Smyth. 
105 William Lemon, ptrdener. 

107 Samm-1 Lovevs, I t-liuilder. 

109 t'luirlcH W li, laliorer. 

Vacant lot. 

Queen street inlersrcLn.,, 



30 
3-2 
34 
30 



Carolina itreet West side. 

Vominenci s nt the llaij and rutia north to 
tjiieen Knut. 

.lolin I'isken, oil nn-rchant. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

Pd/iiee stvet interseets 

26 iiichanl Arda;;h. 

28 Thomas Hunt. 

" (Jeorjjc \'(iun;;, jsirter. 

Mrs. Kli/a .Mit.hell. 

John Morton, ex press driver. 

Patrick Conway, laborer. 

Jo^ lio^'ei-s, lulsirer. 

K in IJ street in tersects 

Timothy 0'I,eftry, tinsmith. 

TciTv's hiiy sheds. 
46 Mrs. Naiuy \Vrij,'hf, dressmaker. 
" r .lames Kawtlmrn, chandler. 
48 .lolm 'J', ('uhitt, eiifjincer. 
60 '.iseph (ierejiux, Idacksmitli. 

William Kin>;sli,'rry, laborer. 

.lames Kidil, painter. 

Daniel KiiM, ]>ainter. 

James I'eaeock, I'ity pxpresii. 

l)iike street intersects 

N'acant lots. 
t!eorf»e Holiert.son, miw-maker. 
Mrs. Mary Mair>ne. 
William FariMihar, stone-cutter. 
James Ifoss, M. D. 
William Uoss, cur|)cnt»T. 
(!eor;^e Muriay, carter. 
John Alton, I'arver and «ilder. 

Vacant lot. 
Vacant house. 

J Uichrss street interseeta 

88 James King, jjrocer. 
90 .lames Sullivan, shoenuiker. 
92 Thomas Kyan, carter. 
94 Joseph KJwards, soap nuinufuuturer. 
Vacant lot. 

Britain street intenecU 

98 Hugh It. Taylor, tavern. 
100 Samuel Crawford, butcher. 
102 Henry Jordan, laborer. 



62 
.11 



70 
72 
74 
76 

78 
80 

84 



ilor. 
riT. 

iliT. 



•Hit. 

iiiililcr. 



rsfct.i. 



It tide. 

il ruiu north to 



iimt. 



rsfcft. 



Iiivfr. 

■IT. 



'.tfClS. . 

iinitli. 



Iri'ssinakcr. 
riilltT. 

iiT. 

usniitli. 
lalior(!r. 



x|)r»'s«. 

'Sfrt.i .. 



'-maker. 
iiic-cHtter. 

• T. 

1 K>l*ler. 



iikcr. 



iiiiiiiufuuturiT. 



Tsrctt . 

n. 

her. 



TORONTO CITY DIRFX'TOUY. 



68 



104 Th<>mH.M Mitclicll, tiiiHinith. 

lOfl John Ford, liiliornr. 

108 Will. Slir|.|.ar.l, mail rlprk 0. T. IJ. 

110 Mii'liiii'l hiiTfll, NlDVc-niDUiiti'r. 

11*2 Williiim Clyiif, giDicr. 

<^ueeii Htrrrt inltrsfcts 



Catherine street. 

A rmUinuitllod i<f Uuhmitwl s!re«( iceai oj 
' hter. 

Itear {irunii.'^L'fl. 
I'rivut") j;i'iiuiiils. 

Nucaiit Idts. 
281 .Iiiiiu'.H Connor, wutcliiiiiUi. 
283 Viiriitit lioUNc. 
285 Miithiml Miiipli.v. 
" Mrs. Siiruli lilooiuor. 
" T. A. M l.tMii, luiristfr. 
" A. O. MiLfun, Iwiriutcr. 






Cecil strbot North lide. 

Coininitnrr.i nl SjuiiliiM Avniiii' iiml rmn east 
III /i' ii/irtr, 

Vmant lotn. 
/tiirnn siri'fl iiilrrni'd.i 

Vmaiit lot«. 
Henry T. Inci', luiriistrr, &o. 
Vh( ant lotH. 

BewrUij nfrrnt inlfrin'l.^ 

Viiiaiit lotH. 

llenfnw nfr-'il in/frnrrl.i 



Cecil atroot South side. 

ComuuHo.i (it Spiulii'ii. AtviiHi' ami ruHS fast 
fii Itinifrew, 

Vacant lof.-i. 

hi ''on Htrfcl intimrrtii 

Vacant lot.s. 

Henry Cl.ukc, lalmrcr. 

\'aiiint loti. 

Peverlrtf slrcvt intrrsfets 

Vacant lot.s. 

Hnfre w si rrH iiUcrsects, 

Ced.ir street North side. 

Commnicfs af Dundos sirrrt mid runs UY.it to 
Dover Courl Ituwl. 

Vacant lot.s. 
64 Jeremiali Conrtin, laliorcr. 
Vacant lot.s. 

Dovrr Court llmut iittfriu'fU 

Cedar street South side. 

Commences at Dimdiu street and runs vest to 
JJover Court Jioad. 



Vacant lota. 
27 Vai/aiii house. 

Vacant lots. 
33 I'atrick Hinl, laliorcr. 

Vaci.nt lots. • 
4.'f ■loliii <)'|)oiioui(li, lalioivr. 

Vacant lot.s. 
CI Patrick .Muipliy, laliorcr. 
5.'> Tatrick l.vncli, lather. 
61 I'atriek Carroll, lather. 

Vacant lota. 
6.1 Michael Kennedy, lalM)ipr. 

Vacant lots. 



.Dover Court Jloud intersccU,, 



Centre street East side. 

Cnmmenri'H iil Osi/imhIi' and rinis north to 

i'ltlti'iji- nriuiui' lituf. 

Itear |iremi.scs. 
7 Mn. Jane Ship. 

Lune intersrels 

Vacant lot. 
11 .lolin (lowaril, iriiif^e maker. 
13 Andrew t'owcr, teacher, 
l.'i .Mrs. .lames ( 'arioll. 
17 Mrs. iMary l>onohoni(h. 

19 Alexander Main, lahonr. 

21 Andri'W Sinclair, liriMslinishcr. 

23 Mi-s. Miiiy .McClii.sky. 

25 .lohii Ihiiiii, laliorcr. 

27 .lames .Milliifaii, hrewer. 

20 (Jeoi-^c lloss, lirooinmaker. 
31 KdwanI I<<iaii, laliorei. 

33 Henry Ward, laliorcr. 
33 r Mrs. .Inlia Howard. 
;i.'» Mrs. Mar;,'arct W.itkiii.s. 
JJ.*! r .Mexandcr 'rhomiison, culiinot maker. 
37 .lames Id nnett, tailor. 
Vacant lot. 
4.1 Vacant house. 
AU .Mrs. .Mary Coiilson. 
47 William Willard, cariicnter. 
47i .lames (iohl, car|M'nter. 
49 Andrew (Jarland, laborer. 

Vacant lot.s. 
63 .\ndre\v Wilkinson, (col). 
65 .\ndrew /ears, cif^armaker. 

Andrew Millar, cari^ntor. 

Mrs. Anna Aueliinclosii. 

Holwrt |)on(ivan, tailoi'. 

Kdward Myers, (col), .aijitiiter. 



69 
61 
63 
65 
67 



Patrick (''Uricn, shucuiaker. 
674 Mrs. Arnold. 
C Henry Humnlirey, cari«'riti'r. 
7i Mrs. Anne I'olson. 
73 Tliomiis Wilson, tailor. 
75 Thoma.s (Jorley. 

Aijni's street intersects..,. 

77 John I)a\v.soi), grocer. 

79 Thomas Harding, machinist. 



54 



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81 Alexander Crawford, clerk, O.T.R. 
83 Kichard Keiirm-y, lul.iiKt iiiuk«^r. 
85 Mrs. Siiruh buiglicad. 
87 Williiiiu Httwlin, mriientiT. 
89 'Williuiii lIuHKcy, rliniriiiukiT. 
91 Clmrli'H iMartiii, sliooiiiikfr. 
93 Williiini NfUon, liarlit-r. 
95 Mrs. Marpin-t llniniltoii. 
VHciint Idtv. 
105 Thomns liiiliinKoii, rartcr. 
Itnir iinniiHt'M. 

XttHC inleraect: 

109 John I^rkin. 

Vacant lutn. 
Hear iiifniiiics. 

Kim street iiUersecls 

licar jiri'miHi"*. 
125 .loha Dunn, inouldrr. 

(ii'oijji' Suiiinit'rH, iur|iejifcr, 

.Mrn Kli/.u Hif.'^'in.'i. 

MrH, .liiiii' Clemy 

■lolin Anii'M, NiKK-niakcr. 

Mtn. Sliiiw. 

.lolin (IjIiIhimm, l»l><ir<>r. 

■lolin Ciniiti'iiiiy, laliort-r. 

.lorn |ili lluli'N, tiiilor. 

.Iiilin KIlix, taiMHT. 

.lanifs Zi'll'di'il, tiirnri'. 

'I'lioniiiH Mackctt, lalMiirr. 

.Iiilin If. Kciii|i, Nlioi'itiakcr. 

.lanii-H KlliotI, Hour inK|K-i'tur. 

Siiniui'l Cli-ary, tar|H-iiter. 

.Iiilin .Mi'-liaii, iuiiiiri-r. 

•Fiilin SjiixiniT. iMilii'i'iiiaii. 

MfN. .XiurKitnt NV'fleli. 

Itrilii'i'i Hull liiii'ton, )H)rtfr. 

.li>N4>|ih Tli<irogoi,t|, liilxiri'r. 

■laini'H Walton, Ntoni-uuisori. 

Varant Ihminc. 

.lariu'jt .MiMMiie, nirpi'ntor. 

Vacant Iidumc. 

.Iani('!i Kavnua^li. 

.Iiinatlian HIack, |ii'int)>i'. 

(ii'oi|{i' Ijiilihy, carpiMitiT. 

ilaiiii'it Macrae, (■ar|M"iti'r. 

.luntcs Kuilonp, ah .^ki-r. 

Mra. Klhii Dunn. 

.laincii Wlii'clt'r, {itt\.), lalioror. 

('liarlcn AHhliy. 

■iiilin W. Itrown, Nlunnuiki i. 

.lolin Wathon, clock clcHiK-i-. 

JitnieH Kolili, fjrocciicx uiid jiroviHionn. 

< 'hri»ti>/)lier ninrl iiil<'i»ect^ 

770 ThoniBH HcrtraFn, tavern, 

liSI ItolM-rt Wcldi. 

IHH Hi'iijaniin (iroaa, (col.), cmik. 

187 Maria Kenny, (col.) 

189 ''Iniatian Moaiio\v.s, cuj^ravrr, 

191 (JforKo Hail, travelling agent. 

101 r Oeorge Virg<i, lalMut-r. 

lOa Mni. .Sarah Hicliards. 

19ii r Uolx'.t lii-nuedy, lirickluyer. 



187 

120 

131 

1.33 

135 

135 I 

135 r 

137 

139 

141 

143 

143 r 

145 

147 

14!) 

151 

:51 r 

151 

161 r 

163 

LW 

167 

169 

Itil 

Iri.S 

165 

167 

169 

169 r 

171 

171 

173 

175 

177 



196 I>swiH French, laborer. 

197 Kichard Wallace, tobacco factory. 
199 Henry Hichardson, lalK)rer. 

2U1 John How lex, (co].), whitewaaber. 
'I0?i JaincH Jacoliy, |ilastcrer. 
205 JanicH 'riiompson, hil«)rcr. 
207 lioliert Carlton, grocer. 
209 I'aton Lucan, Mat k.sniitli. 

Vacant house. 
213 Olivir .lackmin, laborer. 
•_15 William Coulter, baker. 
218 (leorge DiifluH. niouhb-r. 

Vaiant lot. 
221 JoHcjih Wilson, laborer. 
•/ (•(■// lie .it reef in lersectx 



10 
12 
14 
16 

16 

20 
22 
24 
26 

28 



Centre itreet West sldD. 

Commences ut (hgaode lloli and rum iiorth 
tit Avenue /Mne. 

Rear prcniisJ'H. 

lM»e iiUer»eii» 

John K. Ibitlcr, waiter. 

Kolicrt riiillips, wbitewasher. 

Hichard iliii^liton, •■otmakcr. 

Janu'N Ml Calluiu, iiainti i. 
Vacant lot. 

.lanicH .Mann, sailor. 

Wni. (iilley, boot and Mhoiniuker. 

Holici't hciiy, lihheiinan. 

lliclianl iJcll, ^,'roccr. 

bichaul l''incli, lalM)rer. 

.Mrs. .Margaret l.'aillcy, widow. 
" John Mooi'c, cabinet inakcr. 
" Frcdi'iii-k llivius, hostler. 
" r Joseph I Iiay, laborer. 
34 and 36 Wni. liaitrani, carter. 
34 r .lohn Ibmssey, laborer. 
38 r Itcnjaniin Clieadle, blacksmith. 
" r Thomas Whitilmk, laborer. 
" r I'atiii'k Kane, Ixiot and shoenuikur. 
" I l>a\iil Itciliam, groci r. 
40 .iohn <ii'ttuni, cabin* t-inaker. 
42 Patrick .M.(.iuick, tinsmith. 

.\nilrc\v Thompson, barber. 

I*. CaniH II, coacliiiian. 

Wii Coihriiii, carter. 

William Iteale, bootmaker. 

Henjamin !)aliiicy, tobacco- worker, 

Zacaiiiili Ksiicsa, waiter. 

Henry Dabney, toliac(o- worker. 

O. ('.O'llaia, tobacco-worker. 

Itiehaiil Ibevi s, gioeer. 

William Wilson, sailninker. 

Heiiiy tbiins, sailor. 

Thonius Uowland, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 

Henry (Jaskin, carpenter. 

Mrs. !<arall .lolies. 
70 and 72 William Conway, laborer, 
72 r William Maxwell, painter. 
74 William lirown, waiter. 
70 Janies Coleman, laborer. 



44 

46 
48 
52 
54 

« t 

66 

It 

68 

62 
• < 

64 

70 
72 



ceo factory. 
IxinT. 

Iiiti-waalicr. 
•I. 



ith. 

■r. 
■r. 



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55 






Bt ildn. 
<in(l ruiis iturth 



•M. 



•r. 

iitiiiiikiT. 

III. I. 



i Nli(i(iimki'i'. 

Hll. 

L-r, 

I', widdw. 

riiakrr. 

Il.r. 

I'lirtiT. 

IT. 

iii'ksiiiilli. 

lIliHl'l-. 

Ill sliiii'iuukur. 

r. 

-iiiiikt'i'. 

iiiiitli. 

iiiIht. 



lakiT. 
Iiarcd-worker. 

tiT. 

■o\vi>rk<-r, 
i-woikcr. 
r. 
linker. 

OIT. 

tt'i-. 

)•, liibortT, 

Illrr. 

ir. 
ur. 



78 William WiliinmH, Inljorcr. 
80 .Tolin l.yiirli, Nliovmukcr. 
Hear invmise.s. 

AijHfx s(rfH intersects 

Hear itri'iiiiHcx. 
.loliii Vi!i/ri-, iiiiintor. 
.IdIiii WilsDii, HliDPiimkiT. 
Saiiiui'l Ki'iiicy, laliiiirtiiiakor. 

Walter (i llimly, eliajr-iiiakor. 

I'alriik <i>iiiim, eartt-r. 
(ieoi'f^e Itace, lalxirer. 
.hinuH Suiter, ttmmster. 

Ktlicinul street iittfrsects,.... 



88 
90 
02 
04 
96 
1(8 
100 



120 



12« 



Vaeaiit IdtH. 
101 Henry I'cuiiitl, plasterer. 

Vueallt lots. 
108 .Idllll FllIteKtoli, eoiuluetor. 
110 .liilili .MeDoiiaH. Hliiieiiiaker. 
112 .lolili Hull, ear|ie|iter. 
IH .lames llumpliiey, eoo]K'r. 
lUl .Idllll pay lie, liliwer. 
118 William llerwdoil, tailor. 

.lames liiirrows, |.dlieeman. 

.Misses ISlaek, seamstresses. 

'lames Davis, wa;;dii maker. 

Jdliii lEdbiiiHdii, {^'I'lieer. 

Jilm street interseets 

l{ear premises. 
132 I'etei llewall, |Kilieemnn. 
1311 Hdliert I.eitll, pdlire Ner^jeailt. 
13tl Daniel .Scott, lidokkeiper. 

Vai'atit Idt. 
140 .Idsejih .Murpliy, Iniisli -maker, 
142 •Idhii .Vueliliieldss, lalHirer. 
144 ('liarles Stewart, a^'eiit. 

'• .lames l.iiiedlti. >\\i^i'limaii <•. T. 1!. 
14(1 Mrs. Sarali l.aekie, widow. 
14tl4 Kilwanl I'iirier, Imlelier. 
148 (iPorKe < 'aitei', li.iilH-r. 
160 William <'j»iter, lai neuter. 
\f)'i Mrs. .lemiiiia t'i>nie(l, widow. 
l.'!4 l!ii liard llewat. >{i'iter. 
*• r .Idllll Kllidti, mailile workfr. 
" r .'Samuel Ifeed, lalxirer. 
lUI) Mat hew KavamiKli, .slidcmaker. 
Mil liael \\''.e',iil, masiili. 
(ieo. |{. Y i;, jiailiter. 
.laiiii'H Wiley, lull kluyer. 

Vaeaiit ldt«. 
Hiiliard I'ltz^erald, Mawy(*r. 
.Idllll l!"j.'ers, Hid. ir. 
VHialit liulise, 
170 .loliii l.ydard, laltorer. 
172 .laines Ciiitiss, Iniiklayer. 
174 .Idllll MetJinley, luiltir. 
171} .Idllll Smith, tdliai I'd-wiirkor. 
178 .lames .Milehell, waiter. 
180 Krain is Ihittery, lalmier. 
182 .luin<>H Thiimiisdii, wliitcvvanlitfr. 
184r.l<ili)i llreeii, laliorer. 
184 .lames CdM^rdve, laliorer, 
1844 Kdmuiid Smith, laliorer. 



\t>H 
160 
162 

IflC 
168 



186 



Win. Sjx'tiep, grocer. 
l.'hnstiiit/ier xtrret inlerteets. 



188 Alfx. Dally, grocer. 

190 Vacant ImuHc. 

192 MrM. Smith. 

194 .lames I'asedo, tailor. 

196 (iCdi-Ke KeariileV, Jihwtcrer. 

198 Mrs. .Surah Malialley. 

Vacant lot.^. 
202 Michael (!. Casliman, liriMini-inakcr. 
204 Kdwaid Farn II, laliorer. 
206 l,ewi« Wills, shdemakcr. 
208 .lacdli Waters, wliitewaHlier. 
210 .lames Wasliin^tdn, waiter. 

Vueallt Idtx. 
216 .Tames Waters, whitewuHhnr. 

Vacant lota. 
220 K. llarriii, l.ilidier. ^ 

Vacant lots. 
226 Will. Sutdille, groci-r. 

iremie lAinr interseets 



Central lane Eut fttda. 

Cinmnencen nl Kdf^ir.l mui nini lo Kim strut 
west, 

Vic ant IdtH. 
4 Kdward Harris, waiter. 
6 .lereiiii.ih Malldliev, lalnirer. 
8 Tutiick Karrel, laliorer. 

Elm street inlerfels, 

Oantral lane Weit ildo. 

Cummeiicei <il Kifii'iint uiul runs north to Klin 
street west. 

Vacant lot. 
3 .lames Weir, painter. 

6 .Mired llammnnd, liaker. 

It ( i, "I ii(;e ( 'lipping, car|M.iiter. 

7 .Idlin Shai kletdii, varniHher. 

I) William IJiaiiigaii, tidiucco cuttor. 
KIni street inlerseets 

'Change al'.ey Euat ttda. 

Commenrrs It' Wi-lliiiqina eustaiul ritnsnorth 
til Kiinj, 

Mark .Sfdomoii, cigani and tobacco, 

I 'iilliiirni- street iiitirieets 

Thomas CiittcU, A; .Sun, lM>uk and job 

print-ix. 
Kdward ('iirrie, iinMehaiil. 
loilit. M'Tliail, piiblislii.raiidHtutinnpr. 

Kiiiij street iiilei sects 

'Change Alley -Weit ildo. 

(yOiHrneneei lU H'eUiinjtim rust and rum north 

to King. 

\ Kxchangi* buildingn. 



66 



C. E, ANDERSON & CO.'s 



Patrick l\oy]o, wlltor niid jiropi ietor, 

Irish ('nniuliini. 
EUwunl Nantoii, broker. 

Volhorne slnrt inltrmin 

liOmlfr IViittiiij; oflicp. 
Jost'iiliTii.vhir, liin-taker, LfiidfrhwWl- 

Kinfj Mrctt inierBfcU 



Oharlsi «trMt Nortb side. 
Oommtneeii at Vmiijf mid runn rant ^> .VA«-- 

Koar prniiiacH. 

/</("■' lilt'' I. If I'll. 

6 Thoiiios Foril. .slioiMiiikitr. 
• Kreo riVNliytpriiiii rlaircli. 
20 .Fniiii H.Nif. ^».('., l.iirri.ster. 
28 Hfiirv Noilludtf, .siirvityor. 
Vacant lots, 

Ch urch .'Iro't intfi-.n^ct*. 

— Kt'b, tailor. 
•8 John |{o)<)M>t, crockery iiicn-liHiit. 
70 Williiiin .S|iai|M', carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 
Hob<>rt liiiiiiNey, nIiol<-»alf provision 
ileuler. 

Vncaiit lots. 

./(I rvi» sirfi'l iuUrnedit , . 

Vftcunt lotH. 

••• (koriji' utrirl i'/i/i'/'.«iv/.< 

Viieuiit lots, 
ituar preniiNCH. 

Slifihoiirnc slrrii iii/'ryfi-t.l 



Oliarlea itreet Sou lb aid*. 

Commmcrs at yiiiiijr kiuI i-im.s taU to Shn- 

bourne. 

Hear iireiiii-^s. 

Vwimt loljt. 
ChiirleH ra^e, (lryKo,Hls nierclmut. 

ViicanI lotH. 
Freilerick K. J. Fell, printer, 
•lanicij ilitlcH, cutter. 

Vacant lotN. 
Vhu rch Html in ler^<-cti 

Hear |ireiniHeN, 

Vai'alit IiiJH. 
William liorion, biiiliici. 

Vuciint lots. 



.JarviJi nfrret inttrsfi'ts 
Vacant l«tx. 



■ fhurije itrret iti/frsfctn. . . , 

Kfur prmniM^H. 

Vacant lot!*. 
aherbmtrne Mrert inUrsfrit. 






OharlM itrttat. 

CmniiifnrfS al Henrlri/ mid runs v%tt to 
S/mdiiia Artnuf, 

Ucur prt'iiiiflea. 

Lane iidrrnfetn 

){oln>rt iSpratt, Hour ileiiler, etc. 
Vacant lot.s. 

Cbarlei ttreot Boat North atdo. 

Oouiwfiuea id Ihrliiiuwnt n,id ntiui east to 
rii.slt'rn timih. 

Viicaht lot.i. 
William Kin;.', Imtclnr. 

\'iicant lots, 
r Thomas Wheeler, eiijfniver. 
Vacant lotN. 
AVillium Wal.sh, liruNhmiikitr. 

Va<ant lotiH. 

Huuuu'h glifet iithrsfcl.i 

Vacant lot8 to end. 

Charles itreet Eaat South iida. 

(hmhu'inrx al I'lir/iinin nt unii riiH-i east lo 

riin/i-rii /iiiiUti, 

Vuiant lota. 

.lolm McKee, carpenter. 

Vaciint lot.H. 
John F.. H. Suiith, cleik IlursHr's oftiw. 

I'iif .stnr/ iiili rutria 

Kcnr pntmisciq. 

Vacant lots. 
Jfihn Taylor, l.hi'kiri^ maker. 
Hear prcmLscN. 

Snmiiih slmi intrritfctx 

Vacant IdIm to emi. 

(Jharlei street West North Sida. 
VmHmeucts at K^lfur sirrel and r»»w vrat to 
CniiiMinit'H Law 
Vacant lot. 
rt lloiiorah Ml Kerney, UM.Hlier>vonian. 
H (orm lius Cni^liton, lal>orer. 
10 Matthian .Mclm-rucy, calt-drivur. 
Hear premi»eft. 

IkniiHtn AiVitutintrrMfti, 

|{ear premiseN. 
2« I'atri.k I'ody, Kwitdimnn, (i,T.«. 
i;8 |)avid .Simji.Mon, madiiniht. 
yo Itolicrt Itisdop, conductor <i.T,R. 

Vacant lot. 
M Ann Fee. 

as Kdwiinl HoHcli, laliorer. 
Lmif inli rmwls 

40 ChHrh'H Oallanher, hrakeman N.K.C. 
42 Kdwurd Kidney, luakcmun N.K.t.'. 

Vucunt lot.i. 
4G John Kittwn, eariifutur. 






i runs v%ft ti> 

fn 

'IlliT, ftr. 

forUi ildo. 

I ltd ntim east to 

I. 

r. 

■avor. 

ii)tik«ir. 



'■III. 



outh tido. 

nd runi fast to 



■*vVjr 



iiiukcr. 

frso'i'.i . 

ml. 



)rtli Side. 

(nd now vrst to 

II 111' 

.iislii'nvoiimii, 
I "Her. 
iil>(liivur. 

rrsrHi, 

.n. (i.T.U. 

liht. 

orU.T.R. 



ikiniaii N.K.C'. 
iiiiin U.H.C. 



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67 



Maria street intersects 

VllCIUlt lotH. 

Cruirk^hiiiik's Lane inh-rsect.^ . 



Oharlei itreet Weat South tide. 

Coiiuiicuic.s (il Estlur atrii-t mid runs west to 

( 'riilrLn/iiiiik's Lniie. 

Varaiit lots. 

1 (t('or),'f .M(.'Kfii/ir liilidrer. 

2 Ann (laniix't, dmrwoinan. 

3 Hri.lK<'t M.Miiiin. 

6 Miiliiii'l Ciillston, liilmrcr. 

7 .liilin I 'liirk, stili-.snian. 

9 I'liiiili'M Dcvi'y, salcNiimn, 
Varant lots. 
Hfar jirfini.sos. 
. .Pill isoii A mnue intersects 

Roar pri'inisi'Jt. 

Vacant lots. 
81 littiijaniin Hills, I'oiMlucto.'i (t.'P. R. 
Vacant lot.s. 

Marin slrifl inli-rsccts 

Vacant lots. 
t'hritick'sfiniik-'H Lime intersects 



Charlotts stroet East stdo. 

C<mivutters III h'iini West mid rinis north to 
Ad •iiiile. 

Hear I'reniim's. 

Vacant lot«. 
Vacant iiousc. 

Va<unt lots. 



.Adi/iiii/e slint I'li'.'CViV,'* 



Oharlottfl stroet West tide. 

Ooinniinii's vt Kimj U'l'nl mid runs north to 
Adtlniilf. 

Vucaht lotH. 

Adelaide street iatersecis 

Olierry itreet Goat itde 

Comme.nees at the Bay and runn north to 
Simt/i Park. 

Vacant lots. 
L ittle Front street intersee/s 

7 Williiiin Carroll, lalior«'r. 

9 Hhkiui'I Limllcv, laliorcr. 

11 Holit. Claxton, lati'ircr. 

in .lolin h'orlics, laliorcr. 

15 liii'liaril Wri^lit, laliorrr. 

17 .lolin Hariics, laliorcr. 

19 Mrs. Mary !-ow. 

21 Thomas Knnston, lalwrci. 

Vacant lots. 

27 Captain Francii .lackniaii. 

I'nlace street intersects 

3fi Jamesi Clark, HluH>mak3r. 



37 

43 

49 
61 

r>3 



John Henrilon, retired. 
Private )r|-onn(is. 
Kilward riioinpHon, laborer. 
William Witrnm, laliorcr. 
.lolin Woods, laliorcr. 
Kilwuril Smith, laliorcr. 
Kdwaiil Stanley, laborer. 
Mrs. Warrall, widow. 
Vacant lots. 



.South Park street intersects. 



Cherry street West side. 
Catmneiice.i at the Jlmj mut run.i north to 

South Pork. 

Vacant lots. 
Little Front street intersects 

Private j^rounds. « 

20 Charles I'cttit, laborer. 
Private ^ronnds. 

Puhire streit intersects 

Private grounds. 
48 Thomas Smith, <ooj>er. 
60 Ale.\. Montgomery, |ilii.sterrr. 

Carden. 
.14 Hicliard McCartj', laltorer. 
60 .lolin Warner, roller ttolliiig Mills. 
68 .lohii Smitli, coojier. 
60 and 02 licorKc Siinjison, grocer and pro> 
vision dealer. 



South Park street interscets 



Chrlitopher itroat- North ilde. 

C'otninenee.i at Sin/er nnd rvn.i west to Uni- 
ri rsit;/. 

2 .lolin Siuidersi.n, saloon- keeper. 
6 Mrs. Mills, washtrwomaii. 
18 Thus, liurtreni, wood yard and grocery. 

('tntre .si reel inlernefts 

20 Alexander Dally, liiborer. 

20 Mrs. Amy Hnrke, clotlips'-cleaner. 
" Miss 1,1 titia liiirkc, tniloves.'j. 

28 David Dwycr. 

•' John Hcrttty, niclter. 

I'nivei'sity stiret inlerseets 

Christopher street Suuth side. 

CiymmeneiH at Sni/er, and runs west to Uni' 
rrmili/. 

Private garden. 
13 John MidSritn, shoemaker. 
Vacant lot. 
James Pobli, grocer. 

Venire street intersects 

21 William Spence, grocer. 

27 Mrs. Marina l!owe, washerwoman. 

29 tfcorge Siiuirrtd, waiter. 

Unirtrtiti/ street intersfcls 




S8 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



Ohoroh itnat-BMt ilde. 

ComnifnrfH ul Ih'. Jhiij .md runs Xorth to 
JUoor. 

C'liunh Stri'ct Wharf, Scott k Gorrie, 

prnijiii'tors. 
Saulti'i' s wood yiird. 

Ex)ihtnadi'. Strrct in/frstets 

1 Mi'(>aiiir>i }iotc), John McUaiin, pro- 

(•n'i'tcir. 
3 Jiiini'.s (.Miiiiii, liiliorcr. 
3 Kii'hiinl Fuirliani, liciih-r iiiakiT. 

6 haiiii'l Diiiiii, Mai'kHinith. 

7 I'litrii'k I)illi>ii, hiliorur. 
Vacant lot. 

N«w l>uih!in;(ji to lorncr. 
Front strict iiitfrsrrts 

1 Sylvi'st<'r, Hro. k iiii.-kinan, wwA 
owners iind agents, and gt-ni'ml 
hrokei-s. 

2&3 Harrt'tt k Kvuns, Imnisti-r, soli- 
M I'itors, &r. 

g 4 Howi ■', SniitliJt <*<)., lirokcrs, A:c. 

5 It. I'. Sfviiail, src. assoc'n of Can 
liuki' niiilcrwiifcrs. 

6& /'lias. (;. KoititT, a;,'('nt I'licnix 
Ins. Co. oClliooklyn, X. V. 

8 At 9 K. I). Cuiiniii'i', iiroducc, commis- 
sion and lunilii r nicn'hani. 

12 Fonlds .t McCiililiiii, wholcsuK' I'l^Mi- 

•| "JohnHiiiT, agent, Fonldn A: MrCi,., 
J bin, clothing. 

5 18 T. Klynn. 

14 Toronto, <>reyand nnircFiui.e.ay f'o. 
16 Toronto aiicl .Vipissing Kailway Co. 
1(1 .J. < >. Macrae, liroki i and eonmiission 
merchant. 

25 k 27 Howland k Fiteli, importers, whole- 
mle grocei-H and coniini."..sion mer- 
eiiatit.s. 

William II. Howland. 
I', .t F. A. Howland, miller.s, 
l.ainlitoii, Ktoliiciike. 
" " Howland k Bro.s., milhrH, Kh-in- 

Imrg. 
Linif intf'r.ifft.t 

20 D. Cowim k Co., whole.sale proviHion 

anil I (ininiishioii merchants. 

"'iHmnii' slrfft inlerstcta 

31 J. i). .Smith k Co., whok-Hnle grocera, 

wines and lionorn. 
' inperiiil Fire Ins. Co. . f Kngland, J. 

;', omilh k Co., agents 
•' 'jiy of n.-sgow Life AHuurance Co., 

. li. SmiUt k ('..., Mi/ents. 
I'lJ iiobert SjMatt, tlom dealer and coni- 

riwtioi; niercjuin'. 
V, I '!>)• 'Piom)i.son, jirovjsion and coni- 

miiMion nterihant. 
'' ?! jniiM Clurk, Mlioemaker. 
' ..IrB. Cttvljerlfie Klhinonnge, oflieo eln'r. 
' nc iitttmecta 



4( 
II 



s.s 



37 Toniaii Wright & Co wholesale nepdlcs, 
tish hooKH and tiNhing tackle. 
IMevins A: Duggnn, liarristers, kv. 
Leys, MeMnrrieh A: Kobertson, bar- 

ri.stei-M, kv. 
Hell, CrowtherAtTilt, banisterK, Ace. 
Forifst k \mm, photograph gallery. 

Khiij ulrrrt iiitfrscft.i 

St. Jnme.s's Cathedral. 

Clinreh Street cab and ( arriage Htund. 

St. JuiiH'.s's I'aroehial School. 

Atliliiiilf sircit intersects 

Kiehard Lewi.s, secretary and librarian 

Mechanics' In.stitnte. 
William Hunks, assistant librarian Me- 

ehanie.s' Institnte. 
Willi" ID Kllingsworth, hall keept< Me- 

c/ianics' In.stitnte. 
Hoal A; Howney, iKirrintcrs. hi.. 
Henrv Martin, u-aehts- ol miii.i. /iJ 

drawing. 

79 Willic.m Irwin; f.i>ern kr,'];*-. 

81 .laKic!) Kouney, slonr ai.d ( -i \ .lealur. 

Stan .'."/ street hit/:, m-i ' 

87 Alb n Hyers, grocer. 

89 Maurict^ Harn%i'., b iri::>};ir 

91 .liw. F. Cr.iij' cm.i-i iioner. 

93 .Mannder A; hio., ;. .inters iii .■ glaziers, 

on H. I». i'lark, groc, r. 

'■'-' K.dward Tlioii!ii-,on, grocer. 

M' .i- • -1 S. Marslrall, Laker. 
|iH !'( ■ Mel )(inalcl, j,rocer. 

" ,\. JoojH r .\l. 1 1. 

Vacant honae. 

Jiirli iiiuik/ street iiiterseets 

105 J)i-s. Newi'omlie k I'iainond, piiyji* 
cians, Ac, 
Kear premi.ses. 
Lane ititerseets 



Ill John T. Small, M.D., physician, kc. 
117 J)rs. Hosebru^'li 4 Kcu\e, ocenlists and 
aurista. 

Quefil street iiiterscets 

119 James Thorburn, .M.!>., jiliysieian, fce. 

121 Mrs. Kli/abeth Taylor, (wid. Thonnw,) 
boarding honse. 

123 Vacant honse. 

125 William Honnell, lommcidal agent. 

127 Itavid S. Keith, pjnmlier. 

129 Mrs. M. A. Wyllie (wid. (ieorge,) 
I' ' trding li'Misc. 

1.31 N'acanI house. 

133 .Tohn .Mnlbolland, retired. 

135 <». Cox, wbulisale ami retail merchant. 

137 Hiiniel .^jc|.,ean, wholesale leather mer- 
chant. 

139 Tlioma« AJcCros.son, hatter. 

]^\ William Hiulenitch, salesman. 

J 43 Andrew Crawford, retail dry goodM. 



tlesale needles, 
; tntkle. 
nisters, &c 
{obcrtson, bar- 

ImiTistcis, kc, 
f,'iiil>h gallery. 



aniiigi' stttiul. 
liool. 

tnis . . . , 

r uiiil Hlx'iiiiaii 

I lilanriiui Me- 

111! kci'|H ■ Me- 

1)1 limbic uid 



<^>J.v■•. 

1 ( I ! ileiilcr. 



■t$f* 



IllT. 

Ts 11 r :.■ gla/iei's, 

il'iT, 

r. 



crsfcfH 

iuiniiiul, l>liyu' 

.» 

|)liysi>'ian, kc. 

, c, 111. iilifits ami 

tCft» 

, pliVNiciaii, ki'. 
(\vi(l. 'riioniiui,) 



iierflul MgOlll. 

IIT. 

(\vi<I. <'eorgt',) 



c.l. 

ntaii inen:liaiit. 
^nli' li'iitlicr mer- 
it Ut. 
eHiiiiiii. 
ii ilry giJUilN. 






TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



59 



145 J. O. Woylan, eOitor nnd proprietor 

Canndidti Firmuni. 
147 Miss Kliza CollBr, lailica' hcIkmiI. 
149 Mrs. Sanih I'i.llcr (wit). Mattliiiw), 

lioardini; lioiisf. 
151 Miss .Itshic Mil'licrsoii, lioanliiig 

house. 
lf)3 'riiiiiiins Ferguson. Iiarrister. 
15^ J. il. Mead, retired. 

Sli iiliT .stnrt intcrsirtu 

LVJ .\. M. U<.ss, .M.I)., ]>liy.si(iaii, kr. 

1!A1 .Mrs. .lane ('aiii]ilieil, wid. Donald. 

103 (icnrge Hrysitn, retired. 

165 ('. i*. hriil, wjiidesiile lii|iiiir inercliant. 

107 Tlmniiis I'riiigle, di\' goods it rlotliing. 

1«9 .1. ('. Crillitli, groeer. 

171 Charles i.inil.say, liegistrar City of 

Tornhl". 

173 .Mrs. .Martha '{'hnmas, wid William, 

hoarding lionse. 
17.1 1>. S. Olijilialil ,M.|t.. lloMKeoitathic. 
177 I'r. I>avid 1!. McKinnon, .stall' Surgeon 

.Major. 
179 W. .Arthurs, dry goods menlnmt. 
ISl .iani.'s Mil. hell. -h'rk. 
183 David .Saitir, haggagiMuan tl. T. It. 

Vacant liouse. 
187 .Montgomery, Henry, hook-keep<'r. 
189 Thos. (!. MeCorniack, groeer and 

hoarding lioiiki'. 
103 .1. Korhes, paintir and ghi/.ier. 
19.'> II. ('. Stivcnson, hook-kre|>('r, 

N'aeant lot. 
201 K. Hart, rhrk. 
" U. ('. Siral'or.l, ijfrk City iiegistry 

< Mliee, kr. 
203 .Mrs. .lane A. Hughes, wid. FortunatUH. 
'J05 .huni's Mo.ssnuin, groeery and iiifuor 

store. 

Critirksliiiiik' stirii iii/rrsrcts 

I'rivate grouuils. 
215 Kdward < '. .loncs, harristi'r. 
217 Itohert Itravh'V, salesman. 
219 .\rrhihald ll.iinslon, clerk I'. 1 1. 
221 Mi<liacl Foley, upholsterer. 
123 .lohn .Mh'M, |ii'iiitcr. 
125 William Tamlilyii, car|H ntcr. 
217 licv. .lohn (I. iManly, Congregational 

.Minisicr. 
129 .lohn Kerr, grocer. 
231 Mrs. Charles llrown, music teacher. 
233 I'atrick Dulls, lah.i.i. 
235 .lose|ih .Saidlcr, clerk P.O. 
237 Willi, iiii Lailey, iMJnter. 
2374 .Mrs. .1 III! II ■iidcrson, hoarding lious4-. 
239 (ieorgc Sulhcihuid, huleher. 

Vacant lot. 
243 .lohn Duggan, groeer. 

I'rivate grounds. 
2A3 •loah Healen, tulNieeo nutniifiieturer. 

(/oiild utrfrf iiilrritrvlii 

267 Thomas Haulttr, wo<h1 murclmnt. 



259 Alfred Hailey. <lerk P.O. 

261 Tobiiu. S.vit/.er, .swldler. 

263 Samuel (.Ireey, excise idlieer. 

265 John llarrod, cook. 

267 Mrs. Henrietta Watkins, grocer. 

'* James 1*. Watkins, cahman. 

269 Cieorge W. Cary, hair dresser. 

271 Mrs. Anne (iilchrist, dressmaker. 

273 Mrs. John .Mcl.eod. 

27j I.eniv Newcomlie, merchant. 

277 John'Kvans, chrk .Mtt. Water Work*. 

279 Itev. Fiancis lliiiry .Marling, tongre- 

gational Min'stcv. 

281 Joseph Itiigers, retired. 

I'rivate grounds. 

291 .lames II. Kogcrs, h. ttcr and furrier. 

293 (icorg.' W. Warner, h.itter and furrier. 

295 John Walker, derk. 

297 John IJriggs, huilder. 

" Nicholls, Win., clerk i.tnehcc Hank. 

299 l'(dH'rt (i. Hank, iMiok-keci.er. 

301 James lleaty, harii.ster. 

(t'rrrti yil sired intrrsects 

Hear jireUii.se.s, 
303 Jidin Itrit'gs, hulMer. 
305 Janus F. Drink water, elerk. 
307 J. F. Drinkwati-r, grocer. 
307 Siinim'l N. Donghan, hutcher. 
309 David Hee, gi'ocer and haki'r. 

Mnijill shri-t iiiU'isir'^ 

Itear ]iremi.se8. 

Vacant house. 

AVilliam l'ick..rd, ooojht. 
311 Uiii. .1. o'K.elie, iirinter. 
313 Miss II. I,. Taylor, grocer. 

■/)((( W/vy/ iiifm < 

ihihelt .Mills, grocer. 

Vacant lot 
William I.oiig, eleik 
— Ha.stings. 

I'eter llarohl, car]" 

Jlrs. Sarah Uoyd, ^ r. 

Ciirltint x/r-'' ' . itifrinxU 

Private groumls. 

Liinr iitlii"tta 

Vacant lots. 

H'outl stnrl in/fiwds : 

Vacant lots. 

-Iti-yiiiiilir str<'if iiili'rKcctn 

John Thomas Smith. 
Vaean'. ' ' 
.183 Walter M. Itoss, he, iter. 
385 John Kvans Jr. . eoii..neriial traveller, 
387 Johti 1>. Scott, melode.ni nniker. 
389 Sti'iihen Dada, shoemaker. 
391 Josliua I. owe, engraver. 
393 Frederick Alhmhy, solioitor. 
395 tieorg'' F. Ihirns," clerk P.O. 
MiiUhind stixrt iiiUrsucUi 



31 T) 

319 
321 
323 
325 










60 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'s 



Vacant lotn. 
H^tllcxlry strfH iiilnfcctii 

Vacant lola. 
439 John Kinnkish, coiiiniiTcial travuller. 

Ldiir intfi-DfcIs 

443 Alnxnnilrr DulP, custom liou«o locker. 

i»rivrtlc KiDiinilt. 

Thos. Huwo'th, Imnlwarc inprchunt. 

aUmcfstfr nlffft inkrtrrh 

IVivatc j^ronnils. 
Stables. 

Vacant lot«. 

Imbelhi "'ii'-l iiilermut-t. ,.. 

IViviitc ;<rounil'<. 

Altn"| Will.-'Hi, I'. L. Suivi-yor and 

. l.rk Canaila t i-uijuuiy. 
.Ittincs SihiH, Siiji't N'ork Utmils. 

Vacant lotn. 
Kilw"'.'. IVrry. 
,, VhicrlfH iitrf'' iiii<iH"it 

R«iii ]iR-inuHn<. 

Vacant luti. 



.Hayti HtffI iii/.ritfiiH.. 
\'ii<'ant lotn. 



Oiiuroli StrMt WMt. ude. 

•.^ ill (III- lilifl il'I'l I '"'* Vr 



''t^to 



Cmnvifn 

Arthnr Mortimer, swin Imian, O T li. 

Ksiiidiuuif inttfUfrtH , 

rOatcd' mill Htonc factory. 
Shciis) mill ini" yard. 
Vacant lot. 
10 Henry WooillmuH.', lilackMnilli, and 
o«nci lit scliiMinrr " lionl Sclson." 
12 llr-nry WimhUioihc, lilackHmitli. 
1" r .lanicH Kic, Hailor. 
1j (jcorjfi- ColtiiiKliani, |Hirk-|iiickcr. 
12 •'John Sininiingliin, lilmk niakt'i. 
14, It., 4 IK \V I., lliilicrtus, k ill., ilintil- 
Ici-s all. I rcctilirtit. 
John lioyd, Co., wli»lcii4iltt (froci'p*. 

Front »lrffl intt'tsii-lx 

fTjurih Htrcct cr.rt Kfsnd. 



A 



William Hnwlaniliinrntnincf* n^fpnt. 
C. K. Amlcrwin, k < <i , broken*, i-r.m- 

niia»ioi< mercluuitt, «nd Kcueral 

dirwtory piibliHlient. 



WfHiiujttm utrni hUfrnf^U .... 

Bank of Toronto. 

Jumw Kortimn, in(>iUM>ngi i , boiik of T«- 



rontu. 



24 James Mero«r, rntiiig honw keeper. 

3H John (lalney, proprietor (lafncTH Initel. 

25 Weatern .Aiuturarice t'onittany. 

38 (icorgc (.'o.\, carct^iker, We.sl rn Assur- 
ance ('oni|iiiny liniiiliiif.,H. 

, ('oUmriK' ulrfii iiiti-rsrrh 

John T. Wfi^'ht, liairilrcsMinR sal;»in. 

(iateway, (leiu'ral Wolfe Imtcl. 
32 Ifiiiicrt McoIIh, Nndilirr& niUa" iiniker. 
34 (icneri'.i Wolfe hotel. 

Art »(' i nti-ritfctH 

|{oar preniises. 

Wni. K.iss, A Co., real |ireniiH<>M to 
King. 
Kingnlrffl infrriterlH 

H, ('. niuiian (lark, ft Co. , insuraucn 

and peiieral a^^einy. 
F. Finch, law Ntatinnii' A lilhoj^rapher. 
Caniernn ft .Me.Mii hail, Fit/^ciahl k 

lloskihs, hamstcrH and Nolicitom 

in chineery. 
A. Franci.s Wrif^ht, hirrisler, 4c. 
Henry ArinHtron;;, cuailinntn. 
I.'olxrt Fraser, Uirrislir, ice. 
.loliii ("aiiMvan, attorney, &c., 
Jaiiirs ItiinitiMi, liarri.ster, .V;c. 
Chuii h .slrci t ••laiixc H.iil. 
SiuH ft \\'alniMley, geneial ihHUrailct! 

broker". 
rrovincial Fire and Miirin'- InMurunco 

Co., S.nlt ft Waliiisliy, apMitx. 
Travellers' Life :iiiil Aci idi-ntal In.sur- 

itiiceCu., SrutlA: \S'iiMnslcy, aj^entx. 
i^m* Live Stock hi.snrance Ci«., Scott 

ii. \\ alinxley, o^entK. 

l^ittdou CeiiMid .\Kency of Knglttud, 

St'ult ^ Walniftley, a^jent.'*. 
Toronto .Stnet Kailwuy Com|iany's 



44 



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X 



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64 



ottii 



F.nKlish and Foifitrr, haiiijiteiM. 
ttt!ice<.' the Tinslecs of th-' Hank of 

r)>|N-r I anuda, i!en,iamin Morton, 

!«•< retaiy an^ tieuNiiicr. 
Fr«-ehold I'eini.ineot lliiililiii^^and .Sav- 

ill>{N .S4>tiety, Challe.s iiobeltMun, 

H-cri'tury and tri-aNurfi-. 
...Ciiiirt xhffl itiUrsirltt 

(IrttiNii Auierica AN.Hnranc<' Cimipiuiy, 
T. W. Mirih.ill, iMJiu'KiiiK director. 
66 k fiN (> I'oiiiihue ,V Wavmoll, burrialtira. 
6rt Hubert CasM'lM. jr. , Imrriater. 
St! Dalton k Hcott, liarriHterK. 
6tJ .Alexander .MiU'doiiald, baiTlNter. 
6rt (ieorife .M. Kviins (Ihuiett 4 Kvana). 
60 ft »1'2 Williant Ken<lenian, iuiiiiii>{ agent, 
■ ' J. II Held, barriHter. 

F. W. KinK»«lone, banistet. 

Ilugli Downey, garriimii scriptuitt 
ri-adir. 

8. J. Vanko\i},diMct, l««iii«iter. 

Whitley 4 Kntrn, l>«iii«tci-», 4c. 



• 1 



«4 

41 



I I (iiifncTH liotrl. 

'iiijiitiiy. 
1, \Vrsl III AfWIir- 
il'liii^N. 

Ii-nwrln 

IrrsMJii^ sal.wiii. 
<lr<' liot.-l. 
If k lolliii- iiiiikiT. 



<•/.«. 



IIMI |l!'Cllli.HC.S to 

■/•*•<•/•( 

:, k Co., iii,<<iiiiiian 

V. 

>'i' k liiliii^i'ii|i|ii'i'. 
mil, Kit/Kcliilil k 
I'l'N mill Nolicitoi'H 

iKinistir, Ac. 

Mirllillilll. 

Ill r. k>\ 
niy, kw, 
istiT, Kc. 
>• lii.ll. 
gi-iu'iul iiiHimirice 

iMiiriiH' liiHiiruncn 

IiiIkIiV, ll^flltN. 

An iiji-iitiil liiMiir- 

WiiIIIIhIi'V, llf{(>lltM. 

.tiuiiiii f ( u., Sidtt 
Ills. 

(ClHV "f Kllf,'lullll, 

V, ii;,'i'iil.'<. 

lilwiiy <'<ini|iuny'B 

, I'illliHtlTS. 

■ •H I'l til" ll:ilik of 

iSi'iijaiiiiii Morton, 

iihiiicr. 
Iliiililiii<.;iiiiil Sitv- 

'llllllrs itolll'ltxoll, 

iiMiivr. 

Urmrta 

wuniiir.' ( 'i>iii|iiiiiy, 

iniiiin^itig iliit'i'tor. 

inmoll, liui'i'iHt('i-N. 

iiiiriHtcr. 

iNtcrs. 

Ill, liarrisfcr. 

ItiiircU k Kvuna). 

null, luiiiin^ nK'iit. 

uirJNti't. 

{niiiitnii Ki'iiptuitt 

l>«iii>iti>r. 
MiintLn, Ac, 



TORONTO CITY DIRKCTOUY. 



61 



fl4 KuBk Harrin, hnrrlHtrr. 

" UeoiKi' Muniiy (McN«b, Murray ft 

.Ini'ki'x, i ri».<ini*. 
08 ('Iiri.'tt'i|>liiT ti'il'iimui, (^J'., l>arriHti-r. 
" lion. .1. II. Hotiiimoii, liiiriistn'r. 
" Hniry < I'Hiii'ji, liiirrintrr. 
" .Imiic* .MiimiJiiu, cur'- taker. 
"0 WcHtcru Caiiulii I'criiiiinciit lluiMiiin 

itiiil Saviii).{« Sooit'ty. 'tValtur H. 

Lee, Mi'cret'ury ami trcnwiicr. 
72 Tnioiilo Siiviii|;.i Hank. \V. .1. Mac- 

lioiii'il, iiuinaj{iT. 
Kninli ('(insiilHr Aj^fiii;y, W, .1. Mae- 

ll'iiifil, ajji'iit. 

"4 Ijrvilrli \ llrl'iic, liaiTJHtl'rH. 

" SaiiiiH'i Wii'ksiiii, Hi)li<'itiii', fcc. 
" .1. ti. .Moylaii, iilitm an. I inoiiriotor. 
" Ciiniiiliiiii h'ri'iiuin (IHUt, 

St. .\iii|rf\v'.i Cjnuili. 

Aitfliiiilr Mi'fcl inUrnfctii 

O'FVu'h Hold. 
78 MisH Maij^aift O'Dca, fruit ami con- 

(I'ltioTniy. 
ftO H. .S. Lynn, vuiiefy Hfmc ami Kalcu- 

innn. 
82 Tlio:iiaH Tillrv, wliitcwiiKlii-r. 
84 Kilwanl (I'Nc'iil. Iiattci. 
80 .litliii Karnttt, iiciiNioiifr. 
8H Daniel S/ieclian, lalwirer. 
KO .loHepli 'itrookN, jji'"" er. 
il2 Alex. I'limlaH, ){iiii'er. 
9i Mrs. MMr)(ai'«it (I'lliien, wiilow 
lii'iinin, j,'iocer. 

tslnuliy xlreft inlei'si'i'lH 

04J W. A. hyerH, j^rociraml taveiiik«f|x"i'. 
0<) K. Shell, liiiot and Nlinetiiakrr. 

Its (i. (ilUllillpI, lilltrllcr. 

100 Hev .liiliii .1. jiiiiiliin, riisliyleriaii. 
" Miwi* M, A. ( 'liirke, i>iiuriliii;{-lioUNe, 

1mm iiilersfcln 



<.f 



104 
108 



\V1 

114 
lltt 



11. McKvoy, tuvernkeejM'r. 
Ilit'h mimil strfft intirsirt.^ 

MrM. Ilaiiiia'ii Kavaiiagli, tviilitw of 
William, iiiilliner ami dreHsiiiaker. 
Kcur |iretiiiiifi«. 
iMHf intrr»»-t$ 

Ihij{li W. IlinU'll, ship cliiimlli-r, 

uroier, \i-. 
William HiiNfiv, |.i>ik liuli her. 
Mri ^^ thill \\ li.soii, tailori-HK. 
.1. \ CuMiil), M.M., |iliyiilciitii uii I 

HurKcoii. 

Qutcrt ilnti nUefxeelii 

Mitlill Hijuiire. 

Mm Miutrvii Mi't'ittclifoii, widow uf 

Jmiiffl. 
I*. Mc(i. McCiitrlieiiii, Imrt'iHter, ftc. 

Sh uler Mrr't itUernfrt.i 

St. Miilmeru Uoiuuii I'uthulio I'uthu- 
drul. 



184 

18rt 

1H8 
Htd 
llfj 
1114 
lliii 
ll»S 
•JilO 
202 
20 » 
211(1 

'JOS 

210 

21 J 

211 
2 IK 
218 
220 
222 
224 
2211 
22H 

2ao 

2H2 

2:m 

It 

2:ui 

2:i,s 

24t» 
212 
244 
24«i 
248 
260 
2504 

2r.2 
2:)8 



21)»I 
208 
»00 

:to2 
:to4 
am 
aoH 



:U4 



R. C. ni«ho|)'N Palaco. 

('. V. McOrcf^or, eomniercinl travnller. 

.lames WoiMllioiiNf, I'lmtniiiM clerk. 

MiHK Maixiiiet Noileii, iHHiidinx-houso. 

Cliarle.H Itrowii, Mpiiit luurcliHiit. 

Ali'xaiidir M. .Muiiro, 

.lami-M A. KlLSMell, clelk C T. I(. 

Arthur ('odd, clerk. 

MiHN Stinsoii, dieHNiiiJikcr. 

Mis. Charlotte KlniNley. 

■Iiihii Seath, |iliiiiilier iiiid xnMrittcr. 

■lelellliah llasc .Meirirk, lliercliailt. 
Mi^M l.iiiy I'alnici, lioardiii>(-lioiiM«. 
William Cliiiiie, .M.l>., phyMiciaii. 
.Iidiii Sti'i'lin^', iiih|iector of hiden and 

h.ither. 
ThoH. MuN^rove. 

Ili'iiry I'ai'Non, loik oil iiiercliiint, 
Henry Ueed, book-kee|Mr. 
hall'! .McCarthy, exineiu* 'iiiiiit N. ll.C. 
Iteiijciiiiiii '■'haiiinaii, watchiiiaker. 
.M|H. Maria I'aHSli.ole. 
Ifi. hard Wo. ' rth, e.xiise ofllcer. 
.MiN. .Sanili M.r.;s, liiiai'ilin;;-hoiiNe. 
.Mi-s. .SiiMi' 1. ..iiohr, lioariLiiig-hoiise. 
if. K. : I Itoii, temliii of iiiii»ii;. 
.loliii .Mhiii, mercliaiii 
.Morgan Ciildwill, liarriMtiM'. 

Will. Coldwell, re|Mirtir llhln-. 
.idhll l''ni.xel. 

William Nirkol.s, cariK'iiter. 
William lliowne. 

ticor;,'!' I'lddillKtoll, jeweller. 

Flank .\. Novelle. hoat-liuililer. 

Mis. I'.li/alieth l.aurelire. 

.Iidili .S. Uiioth, tol'acrii-\vork«r. 

IVter It. .Miller, MdeAitian. 
rhuriie. 

.loHe|ih l.u.Nlaitre, printer. 

Private /.^riiiiiids. 

^rH. .loliii .Meiiee (Oakham IIouk). 
tliiiilil nlfffl inli'rmila 

Normal Si'Isool trroundx. 

I If I'm I'll Hliti'l iiilernfcU 

Wrnv prfiiiisfn. 

Ilolit. Itrlinie, Hlater. 
.loliii < 'oady, I loiiniiaker 
William .\. I.yiui, photo, ajihcr. 
William jlywiiter, eariMincr. 
Miss Mariii Crid);i-. 

'I'ertullus Weed. 

A. V. lie Laporte, coiiiiiiiKhioii merulit. 
MiiijUl utrtft infti-m-ctii 

Kdward Lennox, grofor. , 

Ke.ir preiiiisi'H. 
Vai'Mlit house. 

Kii hard Niirw, tuvcrn and gnv^r. 
....^.^.Ann ttrrrt inlrrarctt. i.< 

I'rivntf ground)!. 

Viicntit house. 

.lunifH Dulley, ]irop. DulTfy'NlfotcI. 

..L'arllun nlncl intemcUi 




62 



C. £. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



Vucniit lota. 
Mutthew ( 'orr, tolmi-ro worker. 

VlU'UIlt lutfl. 



380 



Il^uotl sirfit internffU 

846 CliiirlfH. v.. Thoriic, < Icik. 

NDitluTii l'oiiKrcf(atuiiml Cliun^h. 
Aliruhiiin .Mitlffi-ley, book-k<'f|M'r. 
ilfH. J. A, Sti'wiirt 
Juliii Cattu, iiKtrchiiiit. 

AU.rondc r slnrt. inlfrsfda 

378 David AhIio .Suiii|>soii, Lairistci. 
380 (}p<)rgf Kari'inirt, iiicrcnant tailor. 
Kov. .1. I-aiiKtry, M.A. 
Varaiif lot. 
384 MrH Kllfii McDoiiuld, wid .lolin. 

" .laincH .Mi'Ditiiald, rlcrk. 
386 liifoniiatiiiii I't't'uHcd. 
388 (}(•<). T. Urithoii, artist. 
390 Mrs. Sarali M. Iliitfliis, Imardinj; limisf. 
392 (St'or;^!' Wliitiit'V, land a^jcnt. 
394 llfiiiy r. llniiii.l, dmjy;iHt. 

Mailland xlrni intcriiedii 

Private grounds. 

Vacant jilts. 
Wf.UeHleij slnct hUfraect.f 

Pnvati' Krounds. 
Km ]in*iiiif)fH. 

itloiicf.iti'y Hired iiitn'Hfd.i 

Vncniil lots. 

WiPiani \Vii;,dil, cl.-ik IM>. 

AVilliaiii Ito.ss, MalrHMiaii. 

Vacant lot. 
Private ijroiuidH. 

Vucnnt lots. 

ImiMla slrfd iHlfricdn. 

V,ioaiit lots. 
ChitrlcaslrcH iiUfrafdn 

V.ieaiit lotH. * 

Iftii/i/iii slirff inUrntttH 

Zeliediali .ScxHion, 
Private grounds. 

liluov HlrcH intrfn^rU 



Ciare street ■ Eaiit tide. 

Co}Mnenc:s at llidniiuiiil sh;;f ,;i.t/ ami ritim 

Hiidk to Qitrrn cast. 

Vacant lots. 
ThonirtH l>. Harris' oliice. 

TboniHs Holhvcy, condiictur (;.T. It. 
Charles ('nii)kc, car|H'iilcr. 
Rear |irenii.stH. 

Qutrn drcfl ca.il iiitrriii< 

Clare otroet Westiildo. 

CmnmaiCfH nl ]!i,limiiiiil stint runt , nl runs 
north tij Queen east. 
l{niriir-uii.si'.s. 



Walsh tc Co., Nwla water mannfartun-r. 
W. I). Darlington, felt r<Mi(ing nianu'r. 
Kohert Kennie, Ninte ynrd. 

Qium street eiut UUeraeda 



OUnton street But ilde. 

Comiiieiieai ut I'onifnij and runs north to city 
liui its. 
Vacant lots. 
James M ■Kirdy, Hnrsar Provincial 
Lunatic .V.sylum. 

Clinton street West ildo. 

Cumiiu'tues iU C'linirnif and ruiu north to citij 
lim its, 

Vneunt lots. 

(irorf{e Morey, laliorer. 

Vacant lots. 

William Klli.\, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 



Colbome stroot North side. 

VommenecH at Vunije and runs cast to 

.Markd ,Si(uarc, 

- Hnntin, Hrothcrs iV Co., warehouse. 
VacMiit lots. 
Ill .lunies llaylis k Co., carpet waruhoune. 
IH IJohert Walker At .Sons, warehouse. 

Vacant lots. 
28 .F. nriiom, licllhanner and locksmith. 
!I2, -1(1, k I H liarlcs l.cvcy, ,VCo., machin- 
ery a^'ency. 
;!ti fiei(rf,'e \Vi;{hfnian. [iroducc and I'om- 
mi.ssion nierchaiit. 

'Chanijc nlli'if intersrcLi 

Vacant lot. 
...Private entrnnrc to Tirrnpin H-tlnurant. .. 
•Fohn T. WilHlit, hair diVMnhig wihtuu. 

Church .street i,dcrsce/ji 

tl4 (Jeor^e Welsh, enKii r. 

fl4 Thom.is Pi'rkins, slioemaker, 
«« .^ tJS (liiMxe Wilson, iiotel. 

f^ine iiitcr.scctt 

70 Thomas De l,a Ilnnt, hair dreiuMH'. 

70 lliirti Kliiin, lal>orii. 

74 Patrick Kccn;in, hotel. 

7ti Vacant house. 

7H Til. .mas Dovlc, h..|.l. 

80 .lohn Collycr, hotel. 

82 •Itdncs Sheii|iard, hotel. 

Imiic inO r.iccts, 

88 LewiH iJeford. 

U'cai Maiid >'>''^i('.uc inUmccUi 



ter innmifartunT. 
t r<Hiling iiianu'r. 
yAn\. 

iitt'i'sects 



lit ilda. 

now nort/i to city 

i. 

turHiir rrovincial 

Mt tide. 

ndi.H north to citi/ 

s. 
s. 

IT. 
S. 



orth itdo. 

ml runs rnsl ti) 

tn; 

Co., waifhoHsc. 

(•ar)trt waiuliowse. 
iiH, wari'hoiisi'. 

[,S. 

V aiiilloiksinitli. 
■y, Ai Co., inaihin- 

jinxlurf and rom- 
t. 

iilrritirLi 

it. 

tipiii fit('.il(i)(i-(«Nl.... 
ir (Ih'Mtlnii Miilimii. 
itrrnrr/.i 

iccr. 

ociiiiikt'r. 

iiatul. 

srcfi 

t, liiir iiiesutT. 

■1. 

>u-\. 

■«('<•/« 

;/'c (iiUrtii^cU 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



63 



Oolbonia itrMt-Sonth itda. 

Co)Hmnicf.i III I'tiiiif niiii ntii.i ftint to Market 
Square. 

Rear Canadian Hank of C'omniercc. 

Vaiant IoIn. 

Scott strut, interafcta 

Iliri- Ixwii* k Son, wavcIiDnsi'. 
81 .lolin Allan k Co., i luths. 
33 ('. T. I'lilsfjniv.', printci-s' warchouw, 
W. (!. Stftlnin, numagrr. 

Lnnr. inlergfc/H 

3r» .Folni l.iM'kir, ^illiiiK tlin-atls. 
37 Williiini Cioft k Co., nif.lk'.s, lish 
hookH, &!'. 

'(Vtit)iije AUeij intersecU 

39 H, Allrock, (C. Lii^liti: (Ujlwh-hooks, 

nci'illc.H, k'\ 
" SaniHil Wilwanl, ninnaj^cr S. AUcock. 
" L. M. (iiMMlworthk Co., \n\\yev, twine, 

41 Uobfit MtlMiiiil, liookliin.lfiy. 

Vai'ant lots. 
50 iwiKt- C. Cilnioi, iiisiiranrc agent. 
" (Jcorgc Cox, rarpfnter. 
" C. .\. IJiulxT, .sciii'tary Hoanl of 

School 'I'mMtrcs. 

61 Moni~.on k Sani|'son, iianistrrs. 

Church street inlersedK, 

Gfi ChaiiiH MiC.nilli, lianiittt'i'. 
•' (iroij;i' .M. Ilawki', 

f.iiiie iiiterseet.H 

(t7 •!. I''. Mosiiiian, lin.sniith. 

(ID Saniui'l 'I'lcr.s iV Co., saiMli ly haidwaiv. 

" lliMin Fi'iiny, smlsnian. 

" Ji't'i-niiali I 'ai'i'i(|Ui', .sliomiakiT. 

" Nit holas Ui nnii k, wliaillnnii-, 

71 Tlionm.s Winllild A; Co., jnixhni! imv- 

I hant.s. 

7!) \Vaitluin8('. 

75 W. 11. (UUlam, .jininK liall. 

77 WiN'Mi \ i'ii| iuovlMJoii liiiili r.s. 

70 'i'noiuaH Nixon, loinmissioii imTchant. 

" Hail V 1^ Son, wool ami liiiK'.s. 

81 Mix'C. (.'ark.ck, liot.l. 

r,(t)ie inlrrnerln 

83. .lohn Tiiyloi- k lirotlurs, ]ia|M'f inan- 

llliUlUl' IS. 

// '<•«/ iiKi li.'-' mjitare iiUerseetH 



>Uege ATtnua Watt tnm Tonga South ild*. 

Jaine.s Ii. Siiiitli, land agent. 
Hf'v. John DaviHon. 
Hon. .lolin II. Koliinson. 
Toronto Ciickrt (ironnd.s. 
'I'liinna.-* S. Ilornihrotik, ('on.stal)li>. 

Jtfverley strrrt hUeraeelH 



OoUege itreot North tide 
Commences nl Arei\w (jute and runs vest to 

Uir)U\ 

Fred. W. ( iinilii'ilanil, Managing Di- 
rector .N. K. r. 



Oolloga Av«anw West tnm Tenge- North lida. 

Uii hard (iraliani, lurc-takcr Colli^ 

Avenne. 
W. ( . Chewctt, M.l)., \\\. C. Chcwett 
*Co.) 

Vacant lot.s. 
Queen H Park. 
Bcwrleij street i)tfert<>rt^ 



.SV. llenrije street intersects . 



FrtMleiick I'erkinH, wholeHale grocer. 
Vacant lotM. 

Huron street inlerKcela 

Vacant lots. 

Sfiadinn Avenue interseets 

Vacant htt.s. 

liohert street intersects 

Vacant lutfl. 

Major street intersects 

Vacant lotM. 

Jiru nstriek A ven iie intersects 

Vacant lot«. 

liorilen street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

fjtppincott street intersects 

'I'hoina.s Diyinaii, cariicnter. 
(Jcoigo I'raiicc, wood-tuincr. 

Vacant lot.s. 

iluhn .lackNoii, lalioi'i-r. 

\'acant lot.s. 

t'roiikshink strtet inlrrscts 

Vacant lotn. 
Miukhoin street intersects 

Vaemit lots. 
IFest Ontiirio street interseets 

Vacant Into. 
Litmleij street intersects 

Vacant lota. 
/fope street intersects , 

Vacant 1o|h, 

,,Vlinlon street intersects , 

Vaeant lots to i-nd. 

ColleKO street South side. 

(fommeme.i u/ .Id lUie ipite und runs west to 
Uop: 

Vacant lota. 

L'ci'er'ei/ street intersects ,„,., 



64 



C. B. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



Vacant Iota. 
ifiimn ftrft jwteDwcfci..... 

Vttianl lots. 
S/mdiiui Avinie. iiit<r»fcU 

Vacant lota. 

Hohii s/irii intfi-sffli 

Jan. ,M<(iriilli, liiliortr, 

Vltl'llllt lot.M. 

l^olM'it rhrislic, (rtriH-ntur. 
JnH. (Iiiulilrin^,'. iiiJirinor. 

Vlll'llUt ll»tH. 

Ontxfiwr .t/mt iiitrntfctt 

ViK Hilt Iota. 
Mm. ItoHf St Hurt. 
.St. Stciili-n'jt Cliurch. 
JtrllfPM ^iwiwt iiilrr»eet» 

VHciuit lots. 
iU'OTffi A. MiilitM, Kcerctary IJounl of 

■""ii'lliHil Tnistri''» 
W. H. r. ilarlMT. 

Vaciiiit lots. 

JJppintvtt ulrnl iittcrnecl.'i 

Vuiniit lota. 

Vntakuhdnk'H lAnif Inli rufA-h 

Vacant luta to i-nd. 

Conway street North ilrto. 

CommmcrH at Lumlin aiul niii.s urM to 

Sirnchiin. 

Vacant lota to «iul. 

Conway Street Soutb tide. 

Cominrnrrn at Lmiilrii and iuhh tn-fit to 
Slrurhaa. 

Vacant lots to end. 



Court street North Side. 

L'omuifniy.H ut Toronln Slirrt and riiii.s Kitst 
to Cliurch. 



Iiitiiililc A: lliiultoii, Imrristcrs. 

Wliitiii'v, rcl'iiscil iiir<i!iiiiition. 
mill of. 



-IS 1 

n ^ ) ''"'"' l^''''". iiH'icaiililc test 
^, \ licial awiiirncc. 






Court .Stic.t l-irc Hail. 
William Anla^li, saliMiii, 

folic Court. 

Alc.x Miu'iialili, jiolirc ina^i.stratc. 
Macnalili k MurKnii, Imrri.stcrs. 
Horace 'i'liornc, liurrlHtcr. 
(■ |)uf{^an A: Mi-yci'M, harriHlcrs. 
Win. II. .Stanton, lairriHlcr. 
Frederick .1. LalViioticrc, Kolicitor. 
Tliom.'w VilliciH, janitor At carix'ntt'r. 
llobert S. Itirtuli, barriHtcr. 



■P \ 



Court Street South tide. 

Cuinmfii'ix tU Toronto Strut and riiiui Knut 
to t'huri/t. 

.loliii H. I'attcrHon, aolicitor. 

.Iiilin ( 'rickiiions licnistcr. 

'rium. U. Haiiy, imrri.tldr. 

Itiilifit .M. Allen, ltiiiri»ter. 

.Mc.Miiviav ti. Wae, liariinter*. 

.loliii K. tlioniMon, liarriMter 

Willinni.l. L'l'lstajje, romiiiiHsioii nier- 

chant anil ln-oker. 
Mrs. Iliwtiiii?, caretaker. 
Theodore W. llastillK'S |dlinihor. 
Toriiiilii .Milling Kxchanfjc, .IonIus Hiay 

I 'rent. 
.loNepli A. honovaii, liarrtnter. 
I*aternoii, llarriNoii k l'utei!<oii, hur- 

ri.Htei'H. 
ralersiiii, llairi.snii k Main, Holicitora 

ill chaiiceiy. 
Macleiiiian k HendeiMHi, haniHtcin. 
.laiiie.M |)iii;r\\iill, li.ir'isti-r. 
William T. .Ma.soii, ollicial a.H,si;^net' and 

iiisnialice tlgfllt. 



S 

c 

•c 
5 



Croii Lano North ltd*. 

Ciiiiiiiu-ncfii Kitit sidi' (;/ It'tifi-rii' and ruu-1 
iirst of Jdhii. 

'2 .MiH. Mnry <!ray, wid. 'I'liomaH, wiudi- 

crwf.nian. 
1 .laiiicM Finn, lalmrer. 
Vacant lots. 

/ii-n/rrw strrM udftufctH .«... 

Vacant lots. 

Murkrt liiiir iiitersirtu 

Private ),nonndH. 

,. fiiliii slrrH intrrneeln 

Private piiiindH. 



Croii liftne South tide. 

l'u>niiir)tri-< ra.sl .viW-' /{•ii/r'ir mid nnm west of 
John, 
1 Mi>. Kli/a Watson (wid. .lames,) nmsc. 
1 .liihii Mc<lillivray, laliorer. 

Vacant lot. 
r> Kenlien .Siiuiidci-H, Idack.iinith. 
ii «!ei>rj{e Si.iry, haker. 
I'rirate (^niiiiiil.H. 

lii-ii/rriv str*>:l iiitentirt.i , 

t3 Walter Chary, 
l.** .lames Taylor, steel atanii> ciilter. 
Vacant lot. 

Trivutt! (jroiiiids. 
Markrl Place intertmU 

Hear jiremiscs. 
■„'l .'allies Haiii, laliorer. 
'l.\ .lames Oliver, haker. 
'Kt .1, Devlin, laiiorcr. 
'11 Martin Fallon, luhover. 



/ itnii I'liiui Knut 

ilii it(ir. 

istfl-. 

Am: 

inti-r. 

i-i«tfi-s. 

rriNtcr 

Commission iiii-r- 

icr. 

M, (tlunilior. 

iiiif;r, .losiiis Hmy 

iiinifitiT. 

t I'atiisoii, hur- 

: Main, Hoiicitora 

ion, )>iiiTiMtvitt. 

istrr. 

lirial iiMsi^nce and 



h (Ida. 

•ut'i'fii' II wl riiui 

n. 

1, 'riioiniw, wiuih- 



'criw.clH 



rueclH 



h aid*. 

■r It ml nnm west of 

i.j. .Iriiu's,) nurao. 
Iiorci'. 

ii'k.sniitli. 



' ntersi'i'l-1 .•• 



tanip I'Ultcr. 



nter»tda 



er. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. ROBERTSON, 

JK> vf %^ Jo iXI» ^^SL JEk» JCi JEC I 

liOSSIlSr HOXJSE BIuOOBL, 
1B5 KINCi^ HI I^^:KT WTCST, 



•WHW 



■^•^ 



AVILLIAM COTTRELL. 

(trvrrnl Vmni I'omuaM (o the lute ■ImM T\ptr,\ 

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE, 

I8MIINE0 WATII IMLIII All rilTllt, 

Wn HATHM or KVBKl BKM'Hirri«!«. 

5CI I£iii|^ Street We«it^ 

TOROIMTO. 
Mlrarll t'ulllai nnd VeiirrNl JsbMiiK »r«MH>y •lt«a«l«4 !•* 




M A N I ' I ■ A < T t T R r: H < ) 1' 






HY, 



I>Ii:A^LER- XIV IT-nuiTM Aco. 









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MM GLASS AND PICTURE FRAME MANOFACTOBEa 

75> KITIVO NTrrEET WEST. 

TOIiOlSTTO,^ OlSTT-A-IilO. 




IMAGE EVALUATION 
TEST TARGET (MT-3} 




1.0 



I.I 



11.25 



lalZ> 125 

15.0 ^^^" HJ^H 



4*0 



■ 2.2 

u 

US 
US 

■ii 



1^ 

UUU 






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Hiotographic 

Sciences 

Corporation 



23 WiST MAIN STRin 

WnSTIR.N.Y. 145M 

(71*) •71-4503 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



j^. V m. 2 MAKKING'S BLOCK, 

.I,awrejh;b ObprKE Thomas Ki.vnn, 

AWVAXl'Kli MADK OX <-OXMl<;VMKXTS OF rROUIK'K. 



I JUL. 



.\o. 9*i BAY 8TRGET, NEAR KINCi, TORONTO. 

(Mil MD CHEAP BOARb FOR RESPECTABLE MECHANICS, 

In a Pleasant Locality and Central part of the City, also in the 
immediate vicinity of Jacques & Hay's Cabinet Factory. 



.^4^. 



XBS. J. FREDERICK LOWE, 



Proprietress. 



COMMISSION & GENERAL MERCHANTS 

IMPORTERS OF METALS, CHEMICALS, &i\ 

PU'luiuliir attention ps(|d to consignments in Liverpool, England. 

28 SOlTTir CASTLE STREET. LIYKTJPOOL, EXG., 



AXn A I 



r>S FROXT «'r.. 'IXOKON'IX). n. AV. 

8'A^MUEL R. BRIGGS, 

l.yMBER DEALER! 

SHIPP1\C; AXn (0MM1SSI0\ MERCHANT. 

I^^JULL STITF SUPPLIED T(^ ORDER ^f^^i 
OFFIOE :-No. 37 Exchange Buildings- Wellington Street East, 

TOUOISTTO, OXnTT. 
POST OFFIOB BOX, 1233. RESIDENCE. 67 OROSVEMOR ST 



mhmis, 

'rHO-XAK Kl.VNX, 

OXTO. 

MECHANICS, 

y, also in the 
Factory, 

nprietress. 

CHANTS 

ml England. 

Ji 

JXOs 

ER! 

(^HANT. 

Street East, 

67 QROSVEMOR BT 



TORONTO CITY DIRBCTOBY. 



65 



^ 



29 


Mn. Mary McKensie (wid. James). 






Vacant lot 


81 


Information refused. 




19 r Jajnes McCue, butcher. 




, John street intersects 




19 


Francis T. Worthy, civil engineer. 




Stables. 

Mrs. Jane Donovan. 




Z/inc intersects. 


S/ 




21 


Miss L. Clark, seamstress. 










Vacant lot. 




Omiokiliank Straet-Nortti sida . 


Bond street int-crsects 








Commences at Yciuje Street and runs east 


to 




Vacant lot. 




Ocorge. 






Lcvne' inter seds 








4 


John Walker, insurance clerk. 






Vacant lot. 


A 


John Boole, tailor and robe maker. 
Mulvey & Fleming, marble and stone 




uhurch street intersects 


8 


45 


Miss F. Reeve, school teacher. 


10 


works. 
Mrs G. Ford, widow. 




45 


Alfred Reeve, wholesale clothing dealer. 


12 


Denman, Thompson actor. 






Dalhousie street intersects. 








Vacant lot. 




46 


Vacant house. 


14 


William Elliott, painter and glazier. 




47 


J. A. Simmers, seedsman. 




Victoria street in tersccts 


... 


49 


William W. Kcighley, co-manager. 
Reford & Dillon. 




Vacant lots. 




51 


Ernst Peiler, piano agent. 




Cni'ick'shank lane iiUrrseefs 






Carl Peiler, music teacher. 
Mutual street iiUersectj 




Vacant lots. 
Bond street intersects 










Vacant lots, 
r Thomas Carney, laborer. 




Bond street Congregational Church. 






Lttn« intersects. 






Vacant lots. 




Vacant lot. 

. ...Church street intersects 






Jarvis street intersects 








Vacant lots. 




Vacant lots. 




George street intersects 




Dalhomic street intersects 








48 


Robert Jaffray, grocer. 






Cruioksbank Lane. 


48 


James Ryan, bookkeeper, 




Commences at Queen East and runs north to 


60 


Colin Skinner, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 






Gould. 








Vacant lots. 


60 


Hugli Leach, accountant, Bank 
Toronto. 


of 




Mrs. Ann Lennox, widow. 








Mrs. M. A. McKnight; widow. 


62 


Rev. Wellington Jeffers, D.D., editor 




Vacant lots. 




of Christian Guardian. 






Arthur Muldoon, carter. 





Mutual street intersects 

Private grounds. 






Shuter street intersects 






Vacant lots. 




Jarvii street intersects 






John Roach, dairyman. 




Vacant lut.s. 






Cndckshank .itrect intersects... .. .. 




Gcorae strert intersects 






Vacant lots. 








Mrs. Mary Dyson, widow. 




Cruioksbank Street -South side. 






Gould street iv tersccts 


Com 


mcnces at Vomje street and runs east 
Gennje. 


tu 




Czar Street- Nortb side. 


3 


N. L. Steincr, marble cutter. 




Commences at North and run.i vrst to Surrci/ 


5 


Philip Olil, marble iiia.snn. 






J'/acc. 


7 


JohuHcUiwcll; banister k attorney 


at 




Vacant lots, 




law. 




8 


Mrs. Mary Hollin. 




n}*iiit'hshnnh hnie intersects 




VI 


Mrs. Huggins, widow. 








Vacant lot. 


9 


ITenry Martin, organist. 




16 


Evan .loncs, tailor. 


9 


Alexander Christie, pnti'ut agent and 




Vacant lot. 




accountant. 




20 


Peter A VnnMaUlev, shoemaker. 




Vacant lot. 






Vacant lot. 




........ Victoria street intersects ; 


t • • 


26 


(icorge W. Williams, ui)liolstercr. 



8*1' 

V < 

i t 

n 



fJ' 



66 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'^ 



'Ill 



36 


Wm. 


38 


Wm. 


42 


Wm. 



Vacant lots. 
University street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 
Parkhill, shoe-cutter. 
L'Estage, broker. 
Gladisn, builder. 
Surrey Place intersects.. . 



Oiar Bti«««t— South dde. 

Comnunces at North Street and nms west to 

Surrey Place. 

Vacant lots. 
Surrey Place intersects 



Dale street— North side. 
Commences at Elizabeth and runs ead. 
4 William Graham, salesman. 
6 James Doran, laborer. 
8 Norton Vernon, jeweller 
Private grounds. 

Dale street-South side. 
Commenr^ at Elizabeth and runs east. 
1 Joseph Foster, plasterer. 
Private grounds. 
John Ellwood, hatter. 
John Dawson, book-keeper. 
Frederick Bennett, chair-maker. 
William Jack, shoemaker. 
Private grounds. 



5 

7 

9 

11 



Dalhousie Street— East side. 

Commences at Qxuen East and runs north t>- 
Oerrard. 



9 

9 

19 
21 
23 
25 



Christopher Willei-ton, soda water 

manufacturer. 
Jrs. Welsh, soda water maJiufacturer. 
Carpenter's shop. 
Magnus Shewan, bookseller. 
Henry Booth, coopersniith. 
Thos. Chapman, printer. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 



.Shutcr street intersects. 



Private grounds. 

Vacant lots, 
81 James Byrne, laborer. 
Rear premises. 

Oruickslmnk street intersects . 

Rear prer uses, 

97 Mrs. F. Hassard. 

99 Oliver Davis, piano packer. 

" Edward Blackhall, book binder. 

101 Mrs. J. G. King, private school. 

103 Edward Jackson, laborer. 

10.5 Vacant house. 

107 William Wright, builder. 

109 Jolin Wightniaii, house agent 

" John Wightman, jr. 



Ill Joseph Armstrong, currier. 

Vacant lots. 
Oould street intersects 

Toronto Grammar School. 

Vacant lots. 
Jas. Coleman, melodeon manufacturer. 
Mrs. Ellen Ritchie, wid. Robert. 
Moulton, John C, traveling agent. 

Vacant lot 
J. M. Wingfield, upholsterer. 
Arthur Coleman, builder. 
Rev. William Reeve, Presbyterian. 

Vacant lot 
Gerrard street intersects 



171 

173 
t> 

177 
179 
181 



Dalhousie Street— West side. 

Commences at Queen East and runs north to 
Oerrard. 
Rear premises. 
Shuter street intersects 

Rear premises. 
70 Thomas Dean. 

Rear premises. 
... Cruickshank street intersects 

Rear premises. 
96 Robert Brayley, commercial tmveller. 
" Charles Stotesbury. 
" W. H. Stotesbury. 

Rear premises. 
106 Mrs. Farquhar, wid. Alexander. 
" William Puddlefoot, shoemaker. 
" Walter lliddell,' boiler maker. 

Rear premises. 

Oould street intersects 

Rear premises. 
Gerrard street intersects 



D'Aroy Street— North side. 

Commcneca at Spadiim Avenue and runs 
cast to Diimmer. 

Hon. William Cayley, barrister. 
Vacant lots. 
Beverley Street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Capt. Charles Huddleston. 
38 N. Blakely, carpenter. 
40 George Kirkbride, carpenter. 
42 Vacant liouse. 

44 F. E. Barnjuni, commercial traveller. 
46 Thomas Vodden, tailor. 

Vacant lots. 

Ihimmcr Street intersects 

D'Aroy Street— South side. 

Commences at Spadina Avenue a7id runs 
East to Lummer. 

Vacant lots. 

.. Beverly Street intersects 



\ 



ng, currier. 
It lots. 

et intersects 

iir School. 
It lots. 

lelodeon manufacturer, 
lie, wid. Robert. 
C, travelling a^ent. 
It lot ° -» -» 

, upholsterer. 
, builder. 

seve, Presbyterian. 
It lot. 

eet intersects 



et— West side. 

!!ast and runs north to 
ard. 



't intersects. 



'reet intersects 



jonimercial traveller. 

•y- 

nd. Alexander, 
•ot, shoemaker, 
oiler maker. 



intersects... 
t intersects 



North ride. 

Aventie and runs 
miner. 

ley, barrister. 



intersects. , 

Klleston. 
ter. 
carpenter. 



nmercial traveller, 
ilor. 



1 



intersects. 



louth side. 

Avenue and runs 



nner. 



'ntcrsects,. 



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Yacant lots. 
Dummer Street intersects. 



Danlwa Avenns— East lida. 

■Commenees at Queen West and runs North to 

Bellevue Square. 

1 Thomas B. Mishaw, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
11 Miss Jane Mills, milliner. 
Vacant lot. 

16 Sutherland & Marshall, bakers. 

17 Mra. Elizabeth Bullman. 
19 George Ferris, salesman. 

Charles Street intersects. 



21 
23 
25 
27 

31 

as 

85 
87 



41 

43 
45 



55 
59 



George A. Shaw, mail agent G. T. R. 

John Carr, city clerk. 

John Hughes, merchant. , 

William P. Band, clerk. 

Vacant lot. 

Peter Schonten, commissariat dpi. 

George Hamilton, shoemaker. 

George Boardman, agent. 

William McMullen, car inspector N. 

R. C. 
Vacant lot. 

Richard Manly, mariner. 
Mrs. Deverell, 
Benjamin Tripp, mariner. 
Mi-8. Mary Ann Roberts. 
Gilbert Monalian, conductor N. R. C. 
Vacant lot. 

Elizaheth Street instersccts 

Vacant lot. 

George Summers, cabinet maker. 
Jeremiah McMurray, dairyman. 
John McQueen, machinist. 
Vacant lot. 

High Street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
St. Patrick Street in ter sects 

Vacant lots. 

Stephen Connors, caq)enter. 

Vacant lots. 

James Bovell, M.D., physician & sur- 
geon. 

Robert B, Denison, brigade major. 



DenlBon Avenue-'-West side. 

Commences at Qnre.n west and inns north to 
IMlcvue Square. 

Side entrance to Denison Cburoli. 
10 Rev. Robert Walhuu", presbyterian. 

Vacant lot. 
14 Samuel Marshall, soap and candle 

manufacturer. 
16 James Knightes, engineer N.R,C. 
Vacant shop. 

Ovaries street intersects. 

22 Richard Bcattie, litter. 



24 
26 
28 
30 
32 



36 
38 
40 



44 

46 

48 



Vacant house. 

James Ferns, laborer. 

John PowelU engineer G.T.R. 

George Ribbonds. 

Samuel Hollyman, conductor G.T.R. 
r E. Pearson, laborer, 
r Richard Harper, carriage maker. 
Vacant lot 

Andrew Knight, engineer G.T.R. 

J. G. Bridge, grocer. 

William L. Limmer, carpenter, 
r Lionel Limmer. 

Vacant lot. 

Mrs. Jane Sylvester. 

Captain William Joyce. 

William Taylor, conductor N. R. C. 



Elizabeth street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
58 Frederick W. Unitt, coppersmith. 
60 Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence. 
62 Henry Ferguson, sailmaker. 
Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

High street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Henry Duncan, insurance agent. 



Derby Lane— North side. 

Commences at Trinity and runs to ParliO' 
inerd. 

Trinity Church. 
Erin street intersccLs 

Rev. A. Sanson, Trinity Church. 

Vacant lots. 
Mitchell Bryan, laborer. 
P. McLachlen, laborer. 
Francis Hughes, laborer. • 
George Fraser, dealer. 
ParlidmciU street intersects 



Derby Lane— South side. 

Commences at Trinity and mns to Parlia- 
ment. 

Trinity Church, s s house. 
Erin street intersects 



Thomas I'hair, cab-driver. 
Vacant lots. 

William Copland, brewer. 

, Parliament street intersects., 



Division street 
Enns betwenn Robert and Spadina Avenue. 
All vacant. 



Don street— North side. 

Commences at Parliament and runs east to 
Jiiver Don. 

Vacant lots. 



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C. £. iM'DEiiSON 4 CO/S 



8 James Booth, builder. 
10 Mrs. Adair Roy. 
14 John CarrutherB, eodtrastor. 
20 Thomas Hill, prop. Caxton press offiet. 

Vacant lots. 
24 E. P. Roden, reporter Leader. 
" J. H. Boden, tinsmith. 
28 James Britton, butcher. 
SO Matthew Hi^ks, book-keeper. 
34 Chas. Maysonholder, pressman Chrii- 

tian Guardian. 
86 George James. 
38 George Charlton, butcher. 
40 George Watts, butcher. 
42 Henry Smith, book-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 
Charles Clements, laborer. 



.Piiu strut iiUerseds. 



Vacant lots. 
60 James Taverner, mason. 
Vacant lots. 
Toronto General Hospital. 
William B. Hampton, medical super- 
inten dent Toronto Gen e lal Hospital . 
George Boswell, steward, Toronto Gen- 
eral Hospital. 
Mrs. Margaret Roden, matron, Toron- 
to General Hospital. 
Dennis Mqrau, porter Toronto General 
Hospital. 

Sumach street i7itersects 



Vacant lots. 

124 J. Goff, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Eiver Dmi intersects 

County jail and grounds. 

George L. Allen, Governor county jail. 

Don street- Soutb side. 

Commences at Parliament street and runs 
east to Hiver Don. 

Vacant lots. 
9 William Parsons, oil refiner. 
15 and 17 George W. Uavis, grocer. 
23 Vacant house. 
31 John Duggan, laborer. 
33 Mrs. Margaret Swanton. 
35 Michael Murnan, gardener. 
41 John McDonald, baker. 

Vacant lots. 

Piiu street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
91 Timothy Halliliau, laborer. 

Sumach street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

125 Henry Clements, liiborer. 

Vacant lots. 
143 Jeremiah O'Urien, color-maker. 
147 Mrs. Mary Kelly, Shamrock Inn. 
River street intersects. 



Oil refinery. 
River Don interteeti 



Dorwt ttiMt- BMt lid*. 

Commeneea at Wellington atreet xoftt ,9nd 

runs north to King west. 

Private ,^unds. 
67 William Dineen, clerk. 
Vacant lots. 
King atreet interaeeU. 

Dorset itreat— Wait tida. 

Commences at IVellington street voest <md 
runs north to King west. 
Private grounds. 
Royal Engineer's Office. 
Military Purx'eyor's Office. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
King street Barracks, 29th Regt. 

King street intersects. 



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Douro street— Nortb ilda. 

Comm^vMS at Pathursl street aiid runs west 

to Niagara. 

Vacant lots. 
12 John Amiote, engineer G. T. R. 
14 Alfred T. Tutty, laborer. 
16 Mrs. Julia Cummins. 
18 Philip Millgate. 

Vacant lot 
22 Thomas Moloney, laborer. 
24 James Haslam, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
34 John Farrell, laborer. 
36 Michael Smith, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
40 Ji^mes Caffrey, laborer. 
42 Dei>nis O'Brien, tailor. 
44 Michtoc) Teedy, laborer. 
46 Robert Kerr, fireman G. W. R. 
48 Mis. Ann Roach, grocer. 

Tecumscth street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Niagara street intersects 



Ct 



Douro street— South side. 
Commences at Bathurst street and runs west 
to Niaijaa. 
Vacant lots. 
7 Rev. Mr. ( 'ole, Chaplain to H. M. force*. 
9 Wm. H. Martin, Quartermaster. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
15 James Richardson, fitter. 
Vacant lots. 
Thomas Arthurs, carpenter, 
Martin Kane, carter. 
Vacant lots. 
37 John Low. 



23 

25 



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«# 



m interttetB 



•t-KMtiiila. 
inglon atreet md tmd 
to Khig we$t. 

B. 

n, clerk. • 

>nt lots. 

'^t ititerseeti. 






it-Wait Hda. 

itigton atreet loeai and 
to King west, 
\. 

's Office, 
^or's Office. 

at lots. 

racks, 29th Regt. 

et irUersecis. 



t-North dde. 

»< street and runs wetl 

agara. 

it lots. 

ngineer G. T. R. 

, laborer. 

mins. 

tlot 

laborer, 
laborer, 
t lots, 
lorer. 
laborer. 
It lot. 
iborer. 

tailor. 

laborer. 

man G. W. R. 

grocer. 

vet intersects 

lots. 
et intersects 



Soutb side. 

t street and runs west 
/an. 

lots. 

FiiikintoH.M. force*. 
Quartermaster. 

lot. 

, fitter, 
lots. 

carpenter, 
cr. 
lots. 



8» 

42 



George Long, penaioiiet. 
James Kelly, laborer. 
Vacaat lots. 
E. Reiley, tavern. 

Teeunueth street inierteett . 

Vacant lots. 

Niagara atreet iiUeraecta . . 



DoTer Oonrt Road- East side. 

Cmnmeneea at Cedar ami runs north to Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 

Captain William M. Innis. 

Dr. Martin Curtis, staff-surgeon. 

Henry O'Brien, barrister. 

John B. Reid, Iwrrister. 
Dundas atreet intersects 

Cornelius Sullivan, laborer. 
Blow street intersects 

Dover Oo^irt Road— West side. 

Commences at Cedar and runs north to Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Harrison, wid. Judge. 
Thomas Morgan, barrister. 

Dundas street intersects. 



George T. Dcnison, jr., barrister. 
3Iichael Noonan, market gardener. 



Duchess street— North side. 

Commeneea at Nelson and runs east to Par- 
liamenL 
2 Mrs. L. W. Lugsdin. 
4 John Du^;an, carter. 
8 Michael IVacey, shoemaker. 
10 James Mogan, fish dealer. 
12 Michael Hughes, fish dealer. 
14 Dennis Hagerty, tailor. 
16 Matthew Reardon, laborer. 
" John Young, shoemaker. 
18 Mrs. Ann Kenny, Rose and Crown Inn. 

, George street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
36 James Fitzpatrick, huckster. 
" Wm. O'Hearn, laboror. 
36 Michael Leonard, huckster. 
36 r Mrs. Jennings, charwoman. 
40 John Long, laborer. 
42 Michael McGurn, }al)orer. 
44 Michael McCauley, laborer. 
46 Andrew Stratton, jwrter. 
" Mrs. Garrett, cook. 
48 Thomas Newell, laborer. 
" John Taylor, moulder. 
50 Mrs. Turner. 
" Robert Campbell, laborer. 

Old Presbyterian burial ground. 
Stonecutter's lane intersects 



66 James King, grocer, 
Caroline atreet inMraeets . 



62 Robert Pollock, grocer. 



Vacant lot. 
70 and 72 Louis Walker, cabman. 
72 r Miss Charlotte Green, dressmaker, 
r James Coleman, clerk, 
r Robert Simpson, tailor, 
r Mrs. Montgomery, wid. Williun. 
Vacant lots. 
88 r John Kelley, mariner, 
r Mrs. Jane Smith, 
r Samuel Parks, 
r Joseph Barber, gardener. 
90 Charles Mcintosh, mariner. 
92 James McMaster. 
r Mrs. Donohue. 
r Arch. Moses, carpenter, 
r Robert Pape, clerk. 
r Alexander Hutchinson, porter, 
r James Brennan. 
r Henry Alexander, painter. 
94 John McDonald, porter. 
96 John Clindinning, boat-builder. 
98 Mrs. Peters, wid. Alexander. 
102 Henry Scott, wharfinger. 
106 John Newell, blacksmith. 
lOSJohn Graiifield, mariner. 
110 James McCrum, laborer. 

" James Clindinning, laborer. 
112 Daniel McDonald, carpenter. 
114 Thomas Ferry, grocer and provision 

dealer. 
Ontario street iniersecta 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 

128 Charles Boeckh, brush manufacturer. 
Berkeley atreet intersecta 

132 Thomas Hurst, carpenter. 

134 Patrick Friend, shoemaker. 

136 Mrs. Mary Pudsey. 

138 John Dancy, blacksmith. 

140 George Hurst, gardener. 

142 William Rogers, tinsmith. 

144 George Pudsey, bricklayer. 

148 J. Watson, tinsmith. 

160 Thomas Brown, bricklayer. 

" Henry Hughes, bricklayer. 

" James Armstrong, carter. 

" Amos May. 

Dnohess street— South side. 

ComnwiKcs at Nelson Street and runs East 
to Parliament. 

3 James Smith, laborer. 
5 James Short, teamster. 
7 Mrs. Canham, midwife. 
9 Mrs. Mary Short 
11 Thomas Lundy, mariner. 
13 William Gibson, moulder. 
Vacant lots. 
Samuel Tliompson, cooperage. 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'s 



.Oeorge street intersects.. 



John McLaughlin, hotel. 

28 Michael Sullivan, shoemaker. 

26 Thomas Slane, boarding-house. 

27 William Uafferty, laborer 

29 James Ryan, laborer. 

81 William Daveau, shoemakw. 
" Richard Knox, shoemaker. 
«• Mrs. Ellen Kilfeder. 
33 Henry Stout, brakeman. 

36 Robert Harrison, boiler-maker. 

37 James Duff, boiler-maker. 

89 Thomas McDonald, tinsmith. 

41 John Nolan, moulder. 

43 Mrs. Elizabeth Coulter. 

46 John Murray, laborer. 

47, 49 Hugh Thompson, grocer. 

51 David Hogun, laborer. 

514 <Tames Hart, tailor. . 

63 Mrs. H. Hayden. ' 

" r Mrs. Enright, washerwoman. 

" r Robert Hockley, pensioner. 

" r Mre. Richardson, washei-woman. 

834 John Conncll, storeman. 

66 John Beyer, shoemaker. 

67 William Buclian, shoemaker. 

69 Jas. Hollinger, baggagcmaster G. T. R. 
694 James Richardsun, lamplighter. 
61 Hamilton Brennau, laborer. 
63 Patrick Daly, laborer. 
63 r George Elliott, laborer. 

Vacant house. 
Caroline street intersects 

79 John Walz, Lager Beer Brewery. 
Henry Hartmun, tai'or. 



81 
83 



Adam Rehberger, tailor. 
Ontario street intersects. 



117 Samuel Parkei, giocer. 

119 William Poole, slioemaker. 

121 Andrew Deuison, printer. 

Berkeley srteet intersects.. 

147 Patrick Mullen, carter. 

149 Mrs. Louisa Hunter. 

151 Mrs. Loft. 

153 Thomas Langton, gardener. 

165 John H. Bennett, salesman. 

157 Mrs, Rogers, grocer. 



Duka street North side. 

Gommenceb at Nelson East and rmis east to 
Parliament. 

Rear premises. 
12 James Breen, fruit dealer. 
14 Carpenter's shop, James Kerr. 
16 John Mitchell, cab proprietor, 

Oevrge street intersects 

Mrs. Olive Stewart, ladies' boarding 
school. 
28 Vacant house. 
32 Mrs. William McCallum. 



82 William McCallum, jr., clerk. 

34 D. P. Ross, clerk P. O. 

38 Shtherland Stavner. 

40 Terence O'Neill, inspector of prisons. 

42 J. Morphy, Crown Lands department.. 

44 William Davidson. 

" J. M. Davidson. 

48 Alderman W. Strachan. 

Vacant lots. 

68 Mrs. Jane Clark, charH'oman. 

60 Mrs. Rhodes, washerwoman. 



. Caroline street intersects. 



62 Mrs M. A. Ashall, marine store. 
64 Philip Williams, main merchant. 
66- Michael Burns, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
96 Henry Conlin, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 



Ontario street intfrsects 



110 Thomas Foster, grocer. 

" William Foster, clerk. 
112 George Lubur, nmsician. 
114 Robert Bairy, tinsmith. 
116 John Pass, laborer. 
118 Isaac H«tchinson, blacksmith. 
122 r Jose})h Wood, policeman. 

" r Charles Smith, carpenter. 

" r Samuel Staneland, cook Queen's Hotel. 
118 r Valentine Doyle, ship caritenter. 
122 Charles Arno, tailor. 

' ' Patrick Cowan, mariner. 
128 Reuben Parkinson, wagon maker. 

" John Parkinson, jeweler. 
128 r John Oilman, tinsmith. 

*• r John Flanigan, carter. 
128 Henry Dewar, salesman. 
134 William Hamilton, prop. St. Lawrence 
Foundry. 



.Berkeley street intersects. 



136 William Hurst, laborer. 

140 Vacant house. 

144 George Patterson, cabman. 

146 Hon. M. C. Cameron, M.P. 

148 Alexander Grant, Registrar Court 

Chancery. 
Parliament street intersects 

Duke straet— South side. 

Commences at Kehon East and runs east t» 

Parliament. 

Rear premises. 
11 Samuel Archbold, policeman. 
" John Curry, tinsmith. 

Oeorge street intersects 

Vacant lot. 
23 F. F, Passmore, P. L. surveyor. 
25 Edward Lawson, grocer and confec- 
tioner. 

Vacant lots. 
29 John P. Boultbc, grocer. 



+ 



I, jr., clerk. 
. 0. 

ispector of priaoM. 
I^ands department.. 



i:han. 
ots. 

Imrwoman. 
erwoinan. 

i intersects 

marine store, 
rain nitjrchant. 
orer. 
ots. 
oliant. 
ots. 

intfrsccts 



)cer. 
irk. 
ician. 
nith. 

blacksmith. 

;cmai). 

pentcr. 

cook Queen's Hotel. 

Iiip cari)enter. 

r. 

.riner. 

wagon maker, 
weler. 
nith. 
ter. 
mian. 

l)rop. St. Lawrence 



'ntersecta. 
orer. 



abninn. 
m, M.l'. 

registrar Court 



t interscdji. 



tutb side. 

st and runs east t» 

'Vt. 

loliccman. 
th. 

ntcrse^ts 

!)t. 

L. surveyor, 
jrocer and con fee* 

ts. 
■ocer. 



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43 
61 
53 
55 



61 
63 
67 



95 



111 
113 
115 

117 

127 



141 



Frederick Ureel intiructs 

Mrs. John Baldwin. 

Morgan Baldwin. 

Rev. E. Baldwin, Episcopal. 

John R. Nash, crown timber agent 

W. A. Avann, pedlar. 

Caroline Street intersects 

Patrick G. Close, merchant. 
M. O'Dea. M.D. 
G. Ussher Bilton, dairyman. ' 
James Mee, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Princess street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John Murphy, shoemaker. 

Vacant lota. 
Mrs. Bond, cor Ontario. 

Ontario street intersects 

A. Raudenstrauch, piano maker. 

John Davy, printer. 

William Reade (Firstbrook & Read), 

box maker. 
Edward Brown, clerk. 
Barchard's box factory. 
William McEwan, laborer. 

Berkeley street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
William Smith, wagon maker. 

Parliament street intersects 



Drunmer street -East side. 

Commtnim at Qrncn street west and runs 
north to Vaer Howell. 

1 Thomas R. Williams, hotel-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 
Anderson's Lane intersects 



7 James Fitzpatricjk, gi-ocer. 
9 Joseph Pullan, bari)er. 
13 J; John Mansell, machinist. 
15 Michael Kenny, laborer. 
Vacant house. 
Vacant lot. 
21 Andrew Phelan, shoemaker. 
23 Miss Catherine O'Grady, dressmaker. 
25 William Taylor, laborer. 
27 Thomas McDonnell, shoemaker. 
" r Mrs. Sarah Davis, washerwoman. 
" r George Brown, laborer. 
" r Henry Robinson, laborer. 
29 Samuel Bonar, laborer. 
31 James Feehey, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
83 k 85 Thomas Mitchell, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
101 John Dill, painter. 

\ acant lots. 
107 William J. Gruhum, upholsterer. 
109 William Burns, cabinet maker. 
116 Daniel Livingstone, bricklayer. 



117 W. J. Huqhei, bricklayer. 
119 Hector McDougall, carpenter. 
121 Thomas Pell, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

Anderson street intersects^,. 

Vacant factory. 
John Canavan, solicitor. 
Vacant lots. 

Ca^r Howell street intersects. 



151 



Dummer street— West side. 

Commences at Queen street west and runs 

north to Caer Howell, 

2 Owen Cdsgrove, grocer. 
6 John Sullivan, laborer. 
Vacant house. ) 

ATiderson's Lane intersects 



10 Patrick Culleton, laborer. 
12 Michael Donovan, laborer. 
14 Michael Murphy, pensioner. 
16 Vat ick Healev ' Sorer. 
18 Pat xk Smith, ...iter. 

Vaca^'t shop. 
22 William Turner, waiter. 
" William Shaw, waiter. 
24 Cornelius Loarden, policeman. 
26 Alexander Hall, laborer. 
28 Mrs. Mary Steward, widow. 
" Mrs. Mury Nolan, widow. 
"0 Edward McMahon, teamster. 
32 Mrs. Mary O'Brien, widow. 
" Mrs. Catherine Carberry, widow, 
34 Mrs. Ann Breen, widow. 

r Patrick O'Brien, laborer. 

r John O'Brien, laborer. 
36 Thomas Kenny, laborer. 
38 Christopher Kenny, laborer. 
40 William Kenny, printer. 
42 Mrs. Margaret Sheridan, widow. 
" Archibald Graham, laborer. 
44 John Gorman, laborer. 
46 Dennis Mack, laborer. 
48 Daniel Morgan, laborer. 
50 William Colenso, jr., bricklayer. 
52 Richard Hull, baker. 
" Bridget Williams, Widow. 
54 Mrs. Margaret Dunsmore, widow. 
56 George McCann, carpenter. 

School-house. 
60 William Colenso, sr., builder. 
•' Abraham Crawley, grocer. 

r John McCallum, laborer. 

r Miss Emma Beatty. 

r Mrs. Eliza Malone, widow. 

r Mrs. Annie Sexton, widow. 

r Miss Jennie Anderson. 

r Mrs. Catherine Addison, widow. 

r Mrs. Bridget Beard, widow. 
62 Mrs. Margaret Guerin, widow. 
64 Thomas Curley, laborer. 
66 Patrick Healey, laborer. 



72, 



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68 John Moriarty, book agent. 
70 Michael Lacy, laborer. 
Vacant loti. 
78 James Welch, laborer. 
80 Mn>. Mary Johnson, widow. 
82 Patrick Gninane, blacksmith, 
r Thomas Downs, laborer, 
r Thomas Walker, coachman. 
84 Patrick Ford, laborer. 
" Dennis Murphy, laborer. 
86 John McKnnany, lal)0Ter. 
" Mrs. Johnston, widow. 
Vacant lots. 
106 Robert Adams, {wttcm -maker. 
108 John Adkins, gardener, 
r Mrs. Jane Gegg, widow, 
r Michael Hyun, laborer. 
110 Arthur Niull, carpenter. 
114 William Cager, sexton. 
116 Miss Ellen Williamson, doirywoman. 
118 Vacf\nt house. 

Vacant lots. 
132 John Reed, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 
138 Thomas Jordan, laborer. 
140 Mrs. Mary Stack, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
148 Rev. J. M. Laurent, pastor St Patrick's 
Church, R. C. 

Vacant lots. 
St. Patrick's (R.C.) Church. 
St. Patrick's School. 
Vacant lots. 



. Caer ^moell street inteneeta , 



Donoan strMt— East slda. 

Gommuncea at Adelaide and runs north to 
Queen IVeat. 

1 Mrs. Mary Harrison, lodging-house. 
" Henry Perris, wood-engraver. 
" James Dingwell, lawyer. 

Rear premises. . 

George McDonald, employe G. T. R. 

Nelsmi street JFest interacts 

Rear premises. 

Lane intersects. 

Rear premises. - 

Richmond street intersects 

Rear premises. 

Lane in ter sects 

Vacant lots. 
Qjteen street intersects 

Dnncan street— West sld*. 
Comrrunces at Adelaide and runs north to 
Queen West. 
Private grounds. 

Richmond street intersects 

Private grounds. 

Queen street intertectt: 



DoadM itrMt— iMt M<*. 
Comnunces at Qtieen IVest and runs North, 

Henry McOuire, Crown Hotel. 
Vacant lot. 
9 and 11 John Barton, broom maiiufM;- 

turer. 
13 Mrs. Mary Scott, widow William. 
Vacant lots. 

Oivens street intersects 

17 John Keeler, carpenter. 
19 William M< t'lellan, drover. 

Vacant lot. 
23 John Scott, butcher. 
26 John Dunn, drover. 

Vacant lots. 
Edward Lemon, cattle-dealer. 

Vacant lots. 
John Powell. 
Arthur J. Taylor, clerk. 
Patrick Breen, butcher. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Brodii.', laborer. 
Joseph Nelson, kce]>er P. L. A. 
Vacant lots. 



.Dover Court Road intersects. 



Vacant lots. 
John Nelson, keeper P. L. A. 
J. Jones, gardener. 
218 Gilbert Bowdway, blacksmith. 
220 James Glynn, laborer. 
224 Hamilton Marshall, wheelwright. 
Vacant lots. 
Angus McDonald. 

Vacant lots. 
Thos. Dean, drover. 
Brockton Weigh House. 
Henry Chun^h, Weigh Master. 
Mrs. Church, prop. Brown Bear Hotel, 
lirockton Po.<<t Office, Mrs. Church 
Post Mistress. 
Brockton Club House, Frank Kennedy, 

proprietor. 
William Hai-ding. 

V^acant lots. 
Toll-gate. 

Dundas street -West side. 
Commences at Queen West and runs North. 
4 Kenneth McLennan, gardener. 
" Edward Barton, broom manufacturer. 
Vacant lots. 
54 Alexander Smith, brush-maker 
56 John Mathew, grocer. 
58 Thomas Waldie, stone-cutter. 
60 William Woods, blacksmith. 
62 John Tracey, laborer. 
64 John Harrison, laborer. 



. Cediir street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 

.Foxley street intersects. . 
Vacant lots. 



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KiTuTuUv, Ar<:hitect Mid a K. 

Vacant lota. 
Mra. Fitsgibbon. 
Mn. Kennedy. 
John Olynn, laborer. 
W. G. Deniaon, grocer and feed store. 

Dover Court Road intrrieett 

Vacant lots. 
Joseph Shuter, gardener. 
Hamilton Marshall, jr^ 
New house in course of erection. 
Col. Geo, T. Denison. 
Junes McClellan, teamster. 

Vacant lots. 
St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Rev. Mr. 

Hilton, Pastor. 
Capt. Varley, Veterinary Surgeon 13th 
L issars. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant store. 
Vacant blacksmith's shop. 

Vacant lots. 
Toll-gate. 



East Market Square— Bast site. 

Commttwes at Esplanade and ruiui north to 
King. 
Beard's Wharf. 
Beard's Elevator. 

Esplanade intersects, 

Charles ShoU, produce and commission 

merchant. 
Beard's coal and wood yard. 
J. G. Beard & Sons, iron founders and 

stove manufacturers. 

Palace street intersects 



Chas. Fisher, 
John Bolam, 



ects , 
tcts.. 



City Weigh House, 

Weigh Master. 
Butchers' Arms Hotel, 

proprietor. 

28 George Keith, grocer. 

26 Lewis Holmes, restaurant. 

27 Robt. l\ Thomas, barber. 

29 J. W. Randall, St. Lawrence Saloon. 
" William Adams, grocer. 

31 John Morphy, stove dealer. 

35 Albion Hotel, James Crocker. 

37 Meek's Hotel. 

39 David Hollins, barber and hair-dresser. 

41 Wm. Strachau, grocer. 

King street Eiist intersects 



East Market Square -West side. 

CojnnUTiees at Esplanmle and runs north to 
King. 
' East entrance N. R. R. Station. 
Lane intersects... 

Guy's cattle yard. 
License Inspector's OHice. 
, . Rear premises City Buildings. 



PnUm ttrttt MerttHs. 

St. Lawrence Market. • 
King street intersects.. 



Baat street Horth— Horth aid*. 

Commences at Hherboume and runt south east 
to Parliament 

Vacant lots. 
John Sparham, gardener. 

Parliament street intersects 

.Bast street North-South side. 

Commences at Sherhoume and runs south sosl 
to Parliament. 

Vacant lots. 
Parliament street intersects 



Bast Btreat. 

Commences at Little Front and runs to South 
Park. 

W. Funston, innkeeper. 
Patrick Walsh, laborer. 
Patrick Marrow, laborer. 
Mrs. B. Walsh, washerwoman. 
Patrick Maher, laborer. 
William Collins, laborer. 
Richai'd Taylor, laborer. 
James Sidden, laborer. 
Thomas Spinks, laborer. 

Palace street intersects 



James Evoy, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



12 
14 
16 
18 



•Eden straet— North side. 

Commences at Bathurst and runs west. 

Vacant lots. 
Davie Gibson, boiler maker. 
Andrew Mcintosh, boiler maker. 
John Spencer (col'd), laborer. 
William Wilson, whitewasher. 



Eden street— South side. 
Commences at Bathurst and runs west. 

Vacant lots. 
15 William Walker, checker G.T.R. 
Vacant lots. 



Edward street— North side. 

Commences at Ymige and runs west to l/ni- 

versUy. 

Rear premises. 
8 and 10 Isaiah Creys, waggon-maker. 
" r Margaret Murphy, washorwoman. 
" r James Cannon, lalwrer. 
" r Mra. Anne Moore, washerwoman. 
12 James Dempsey, stove-mounter. 



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14 William Donohoe, blackimith. 

16 Daniel Wright, teamater. 

18 and 20 Thos. Brig^, lumbar merchant 

22 Mra. Hannah Hnggn. 

24 Thos. Brigga, lumi>er merchant. 

Rear premises. 
26 William Captain, plasterer. 
28 John Alexander, City Police. 
32 Matthew Henderson, carpenter. 
84 Mrs. Ann Stogdale, widow William. 
36 John Price, builder. 
38 William West, shoemnkcr. 
40 Joseph Robins, stove-mounter. 
42 Thomas Hill, cutter. 
" r Edward Holland, laborer. 
44 Abraham Harris, carpenter. 
" r Oeorgii Love, baker. 
46 MatUiew Johnston, plasterer. 
48 James Murphv, paper-folder. 
60 Thomas A. Watt, upholsterer. 

Vacant lots. 
54 Thomas Gilliers, shoumaki-r. 
56 Allan Hewitt, laborer. 
58 Thomas Cochrane, carter. 

Terauleij .ttreet intersects 

60 Francis Riddell, baker. 
60 and 62 Joseph Riddell, groceries and 
liquors. 
Rear premises. 

Latie intersecta 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Eliza Richardson, wid. Edward, 

washerwoman. 
Edward Harris, waiter. 
Samuel McBride, wood dealer. 

Elizabeth street intersects 



86 Richard Mitchell, grocer. 
88 Mrs. Margaret Martin, widow Robert, 
seamstress. 

Va(!ant lots. 
90 Christopher Heattie, carpenter. 
94 Thomas Skippon, carpenter. 

Sayer street iiitersecta 

98 William Brown, commercial traveller. 
100 John W. Sproatt, conductor G. T. R. 
104 Mrs. Ann Jackson, widow John, 
106 John Ellis, farmer. 

Rear premises. 
110 Vacant house. 
112 Mrs. Bridget Chase, tailoress. 
Vacant lot. 



Centre street intersects. . . . 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 
University street intersects . 



Edward street— South side. 

Cvm/nurues at Yonge and runs west to Uni- 
versity. 

1 & 3 Mrs. Catherine Henwood, tavern 
keeper. 



Rear premiaet. 
9 r James Paterson, tailor. 
11 r Oeorge W. Gordon, painter. 

Vacant lot. 
11 John King, yardman. 
13 Richard Longmaid. 
15 John Lord, carpenter. 
Lumber yard. 

Vacant lot. 
Hugh McClcilmi, lahorer, 
Mrs. Charld 



>tte Ambler, wid. Ralph. 
Vacant lot. 



Yard. 



29 Joshua Thornton, bricklayer and plast* 

erer. 
31 Joseph C. Everett, bookkeeper. 
33 Henry Stone, chandler. 

Vacant house. 
35 Hi nry Stone, chandler. 
354 John H. Lumsden, printer. 
37 John Atkinson, builder. 
39 Lupiance Victor, bookbinder. 
39 Jamas Savage, peg maker. 
41 George Wright, grocer. 
43 William K. Barlow, carpenter. 
49 William Norris, lal)ornr. 
51 William Le Roy, tailor. 
63 Thomas Higgins, shoemaker. 
56 William Townley, laborer. 

Rear premises. 
61 Robert Hunt, carpenter. 
Terauley street intersects ,., 



Mrs. Wood, milliner. 

William JI. Blashford, moulder. 

Miss Elizabeth Hart, milliner. 

Vacant lots. 
Wood Yard. 
Richard A'itchell, grocer. 

Elizabeth street intersects 

Rear premises. 
Sayer street intersects 



Vacant lota. 
99 Francis Mitchell, moulder. 
101 James Macey, shoemaker. 
Vacant lots. 

C'eiUre street intersects 

115 James McCallum, stonecutter. 
Vacant lots. 

Shed. 
123 William Scully, baker. 

Rear premises. 

University street intersects. 



Elizabeth street- -East aide. 
Runs from Queen street north to College strut. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
11 Elijah Westraan, carpenter. 
13 Robert Armstrong, shoemaker. 



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16 Mra. Catherine Flemming. 

17 Mrs. Mary QraTen, washerwoman. 
19 Mrs. Sarah Dunlop, washerwoman. 
21 John Morrow, carpenter. 

28 r John Scott, shoemaker. 
25 James Gnrtluy, shoemaker. 
27 John Mullins, -arpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
31 John Oibson, carter and tavoni keeper. 

Albert street intersects 



33 
36 



41 
46 
47 
4d 
61 



Robert 8tei)hcns, grocer. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 
John Kelly, dairyman. 
Mrs. Kleanor Simpson. 
William Holt, boarding house keeper. 
Mrs. Prudentia Hunter, giocer. 
William Bulnian, Toccr. 

Vacant lot. 



. Louisa street intersects. 



55 k 57 Thomas Moore, tavern keeper. 

69 Stephen Hill, laborer. 

61 Mrs. Eliza Douglass. 

63 Julian Sale, commission agent. 

65 James Spence, assessor. 

67 James Stephens, grocer. 



.Hagcrman street intersects. 



69 William Mack, laborer. 

71 Michael Fletcher, carriage painter. 

73 Atcheson Moore, shoemaker. 

" r George Maddocks, harness maker. 

" r George Broom field, dock labo.er. 
75 Mrs. Esther J. Lindsay, tailoress. 
77 David Crimmon, tailor. 
79 Mrs. Jane liConard, second-hand clothes 

dealer. 
81 William R. Robert.son. 
83 Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Muckle. 



.Dale street intersects. 



834 Charles Fry, cabinet maker. 

86 Benjamin Reeves, carpenter. 

87 hiclmrd Stewart, sawyer. 
89 J.'^mes Connor, bookbinder. 
91 "■.'.' illiam F. Rolling, clerk. 
93 Joseph Varcy, pressman. 

96 John Varey, laborer. 

97 Thomas Gilchrist, foundry-man. 

Lane intersects 

99 John Flavell, giocer & liquor merchant. 
101 & 103 r James Kuowle, laborer. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 



Ill 
113 
115 
117 
117 



Agnes street intersects. 

James Ramsey, mason. 
Vacant house. 
Robert Brown, laborer. 
John Custaloe carpenter. 
Edward Gaunt, carpenter. 
Wood Yard. 



121 Fergus Slack, laborer. 

128 Richard Mitchell, provision dealer. 

Edward street intersecu , 



Rear premises. 

136 Sanuel McBride, wood merchant. 

137 .John Baxter, vsrnishcr. 
" r Lawrence Ward, tailor. 
" r James Francis, laborer. 

139 Mrs. Mary Kelly, wosheiworaan. 

141 James Reid, carter. 

143 Edward Faleu, shoemaker. 

146 John Summers, grocer k tavern keeper. 

Elm street intersects 

Rear premises. 
61 John Dunlop, carter. 
1" r Patrick Belgoyne, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 

166 William Sloane, printer. 

167 Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
Rear premises. 
Walton street intersects 



John Flaherty, corpeiiter. 

Vacant lot, 
Robert Harris. 

John Thomas, pianoforte maker. 
Oerrard street intersects. 



187 
189 
191 
193 
195 
197 
197i 



201 
203 

207 
2074 
209 
211 

213 
213 

219 

223 
225 
227 
229 
231 
233 

237 
239 
241 
243 

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Rear premises. 

James Marsden, brass finisher. 

Thomas Hollis, tailor. 

Robert McCleary, giocer and carpenter. 

Thomas Charters, moulder. 

Frederick W. Haudorf, carver. 

Richard Castle, bricklayer. 

John Ross, blacksmith. 

Hayter street intersects 

James Mellick, grocer. 
Alexandrr M'Cruady, painter. 

Vacant lot. • 
Mrs. Matilda Begley, washei-woman. 
Frank Somers. 
Mrs. Ann Morrish, book-binder. 

Lancelot Bolster, Superintendent Water' 
Works. 

Mrs. Charlotte Hart. 

Mrs. Jane Heney, washerwoman. 
\ acant lot. 

William Bonham, tailor. 
Vacant lot 

Mrs. Jane Rogers, washerwoman. 

Robert Gwiven, shoemaker. 

William Inker, shoemaker. 

George Coburn, shoemaker. 

Mrs. Christina Aitken, monthly nurse. 

William CuUen, bricklayer. 
Vacant lot. 

Alexander Gorrie, carpenxer. 

Moses Oi^kame, whitewasher. 

Hugh Mc'^illan, laborer. 

Matthew V Me, laborer. 

William I mith, book-keeper. 



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Vacant lota. 
VU t William Johnwm, ahoemaket. 

" r Mrs. Julia Malone, waaherwoman. 
2BS Jamea Gnnningham, sawyer. 

College street interudt ,.... 



BUiwbath stnat-WMt nde. 

Commenees a.' Queen West and rum notth to 
College Avenue. 

2 Rear p'.vmises. 
Yard uid bam. 
8 John Farrell, flour and feed factor. 
10 Hutchinson White, cari.«nter. 
12 and 14 Samuel Thornton, vinsmith. 
16 Henry Gorham, carpenter and wbice- 

wsaher. 
78 Alexander Evans, shoemaker. 

Lane irUenecli. 



22 
<t 

24 
28 



Vacant house. 

Mrs. Emily Dunn, washerwoman. 
John McCann, laborer. 
Andrew Craig, laborer. 
Robert Twiley, butcher. 
William Allen, bookbinder. 
Vacant lots. 



.Albert street intersects. 



88 James A. Kerr, grocer. 

Rear premises. 

40 Mrs. Anne Todd, widow Robert. 

42 Vacant house. 

44' John Goldsmith, printer. 
*• r John Johnson, carriage-builder. 

46 James Leonard, cabinet-maker. 

48 William Ward, farmer. 

20 William Craig, turner. 

" Misses Cramer, dressmakerr, 

82 Mrs. Mary Robertson, widow Jvhn. 

54 Thomas Gough, painter. 

56 'V^illiam White, melodeon-r tker. 



.Loitisa street inter.*xt9... 



58 Thomas Crawford, grocer. 
60 !lenry Jacobs, carpenter. 

liTrs. Rachel Finley, tailoress. 

I<'rancis Cav,n; laborer. 

John Lewis, shoemaker. 
684 Mrs. Clara Stain, washerwoman. 
68} r Vacant house. 

Vacant lot 

William Hughes, lalwrer. 

Mrs. McDonagh, grocery. 

William Hamilton, blacksmith. 

James Hunter, se.i captain. 

Mrs. Mary Perry, tailoress. 

John Rodgers, engineer. 

John Allingham, carpenter. 

Duncan McNeil, tailor. 

William Dandy, carpenter, 
r Andrew Duncan, jobl)er. 

John Lennox, carpenter. 

Alexander Milligao, tailor. 



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74 
76 
78 
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41 

82 
it 

84 

88 
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94 

100 
102 
104 
106 
108 
110 



r James Price, laborer, 
r Joseph Andrew, laborer. 

Henry Anderson, cooch-makcr 
painter. 

Isaac Cathcart, laborer. 

George Nelson, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Robert Roberts, pressman. 

John Nichols, shoemaker. 

Joshua Walford, pr. .tei". 

William Pcn-ott, carpenter. 

Jane Baker, liuckstrcss. 

Edward Harjwr, dairyman. 

Robert Hill, keeper Fire Hall. 

Elizabeth Street Fire Hall. 
Vacant lot. 

Vacant houses. 



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160 
162 
164 
166 
168 



184 
186 
188 
190 
192 
194 
196 






Agnes street intersects... 

124 William Ncill, shoemaker. 
126 Edward Tinsley, jMiinter. 

Rear premises. 
Edward street intersects.. 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
140 Joseph Cam^iljcU, carpenter k builder. 
142 William Likins, student. 
Vacant lots. 



.Elm street intersects. 



Rear premises. 

Mrs. James Birmingham, wid. Henry. 

John Bickell, moulilcr. 

Eugene Rooney, plasterer. 

Robert Dermody, painter and glazier. 

Adam Patterson, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
Elizabeth Street School. 

V'^cant lots. 
Henry Franklin, laborer. 
Heniy J. Noi-kes, broom-maker. 
George Harvey, barber. 
Louis Burrows, laborer. 
John Little, plasterer. 
Thomas McMillen, moulder. 
Villi.im Corbitt, wood nicihant. 
Wood yard. 
I lissionary Church. 

Vacant lots. 



.Hayter street intersects.. 
lot. 



Vacan* 
212 r — Gray, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
212 Robert Steadham, oArpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
216 Henry Floyd, collector. 
218 John For'unc, carjKinter. 
220 Alexander Robertson, Iwotmaker. 
222 Wm. DeVeve Hunt, foreman Daily 

Teleg'anh Job Department. 
226 David Lamb, boot-fitter. 
228 r George Fcott, broom-maker. 
230 Andrerv McCree, engine-driver. 
232 Robert McBride, expressman. 



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Vacant lot. 
284 r William Johnson, laborer. 
2344 I* ^i^- Mary Stnrgion, washerwoman. 
236 Mrs. Ellen McKay, washerwoman. 
Vacant lot. 
William Cruise, bricklayer. 
Joseph Hallam, bricklaye". 

Vacant lot. 
Rear premises. 

College street intersects 



240 
242 



EUxaboth strMt East— West side. 

Oommences at South Park and runs to Palace. 

Peter Keenan. 

Daniel O'Keefe, laborer. 

James Burns, Iftborer. 

oohn O'Dea, laborer. 

Thomas Christie, laborer. 

John Connor, laborer. 

Daniel McAuliff, laborer. ^ 



Elm Street— North Side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs west to Vni- 
versify streM. 

Vacant lote. 
Eli J. Palmer, artist. 
Wesleyan Methodist C'.iunth. 
W. D. Mathews, commission merchant 

Tcrauley Street intersects 

James Brayley, dry groods. 

Thomas Hoskins, merchant. 

John B''own, stationer. 

Riciiard Score, tailor. 

Josias Bray, broker and banker. 

Vacant house. 

Warring Kenncily, salesman. 

Benjamin Parsons, accountant. 

W. I. Shaw, grocer. 

Vacant house. 

Richard Murrell. 

Wi liam Phillips, painter and giainer. 

Ed "in Butt, pListerer. . 

Vacant lot. 
Samuel .Clare, writiug master. Normal 
School. 

Elisabeth Strci intersects 

William Evans sailor. 
Mrs. Catlierino Trevail, widow of John. 
James Price, hatter. 
Edwai'd Price, confcctiouer. 
Alexander Turner, photogi'apher. 
Alex. Hunter, carter. 
Vacant lot. 
James Turner, moulder. 

Sayer street intersects 

Vacant lots. 



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50 
52 
5i 
56 
68 
60 
62 
64 
66 
68 
70 

74 



76 
78 
80 

41 

82 
84 



96 Charles Gould, builder. 

98 Alexander Auchincloss, painter. 

98i Georpe Stewart, breakman, O.T.R. 
100 William Johnson, machLiist 
102 John Ross, carpenter. 
104 James Mclntyre, upholsterer. 
106 William Dye, print»T. 
108 George Healey, policeman. 
110 John Ross, moulder. 
Vacant house. 



Centre street intersects. 



114 Mrs. Joseph Bond. 
116 Martin Murphy. 

Vacant lots. 
122 Joseph Raymond, bookkeeper. 
Vacant lot. 

University street intersects. . 






Elm street— Soutli side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs west to Uni- 
versity. 

1 Ambrose Kent, bricklayer. 

" Joseph Kent. 

3 Howard Bryant, bookkeepr. 

5 Charles Copp, do. 

7 Alexander Stretton, flour agent. 

9 William K. Wright, mason. 

Vacant lots. 

41 Walter Groundwater, bookkeeper. 

43 William Roland. 

45 George A. Walton, sewing machine- 
agent. 

47 John Whiteside, salesman. 

" Alexander Hunter, telegraph operator.. 

Terauley street intersects. 

49 George Sanderson, laborer. 

51 Mrs. J. Ames, widow. 

53 George Taylor, shoemaker, 

55 Mrs. 1. Phjllips, widow. 

57 John Mullen, laborer. 

59 George Simmons, laborer. 

61 Thomas Doughty, carpenter. 

Central lane intersects 



63 W. Williams, sailor. 
65 A. Lewis, whitewasher. 
Vaeant lots. 

Eliziheth street intersects 



House of industry. 

Stycr street intersects 

91 John Adams, ship builder. 

93 Henry Sweetmaii, chair maker. 

" Mrs. H. Swectman, storekeeper. 

95 Simon McDonald, cabinet and carriage 
maker. 

97 Charles W. Thompson, carpenter. 

99 William Harding, plumber. 
101 & 103 New houses unoccupied. 

Vacant lots. 
109 George G.' C. Crawford, M. D. 
11 1 Charles tweetapple, veterinary stcdent- 



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.....'. Centre street intersects 

121 Alexander Chalmers, machinist. 
123 Mrs. M. K Kent, widow. 
125 John W. Reeves, cabinet maker. 
127 J. T. Townsend, travelling supt. tele- 
graph lines. 
1^9 lUtrs. Louisu Pettigrew, dressmaker. 

University street intersects. 



Emily street— East side. 

Cmnmences at Wellington and, runs north to 
King. 

Rear premises. 
9 John McLean, laborer. 
9 William Hatchet, grocer. 
11 Mrs. Walls. 
" Mrs. Lynch, widow. 
13 Vacant house. 
15 Thomas Bedley, laborer. 
17 Mrs. Agnes Baker, charwoman. 
19 Henry Clark, laborer. 
" Mrs. Keating, widow. 
21 Denis Flanagan, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 



King street intersects . 



Emily street— West side. 

Com'nunces at Wellington and runs north to 
King. 

Rear premises. 
12 Michael McCarty, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



King street intersects 



Erin street— E&st side.- 

Commences at King East and ru7is south to 
Palace. 

Trinity Church. 
Derby Lane intersects 



16 
18 
20 

22 



Samuel Manuy, laborer. 
Thomas Mathews, laborer. 
Robert Mathews, laborer. 
John Patterson, carter. 
Vacant lots. 



Esplanade East- North side 

Comiiiences at Yonge and runs to 
Limits. 



Eastern 



Trinity Church Sunday School Houce. 
15 William Webber, laborer. 
17 Vacant lot. 

19 Abrara Harwcod;- constable. 
21 Robert Scott, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 

26 J. Swantoii, laborer. 

27 T. Haines, laborer. 

29 John Miigiun, engineer. 
J. & J. Taylor, safe works. 

Erin street— West side. 

Commences at King East and runs south to 
Palace. 

Derby Lane intersects 

10 Thomas Phair, cab driver. 

Vacant house. 
14 Joseph Miles, laborer. 



G. W. R. freight and passenger stations. 
Scott street intersects 






Vacant lots. 
George 0. Woodall, shoemaker. 
Thomas Heaslip, hot«l-keeper. 
John McCluskey, laborer. 
James Myles, coal and wood yard. 
R. & W. Saulter, coal and wood yard. 
Richard H. Gates, mill-stone manu- 
facturer. 
Church street intersects 



John Mcftann, hotel-keeper. 

Vacant lots. 
Jackman & McGann, ship brokers. 

Lane intersects 



James Currie, boiler-maker. 
Neil Currie, boiler-maker. 

Lane intersects 



John Hallani, leather and hides. 
Edward Bescoby, lime and stone mer- 
chant. 

.... iVest Market Square intersects 

R. W. Pui-vis, station-master N. R. R, 
C. W. Moberly, head engineer N. R. R. 
N. R. R. pa-ssenger station. 

East Market street intersects 

J. G. Beard & Son.s, stove manufactur's. 
Toronto Linseed Oil Works. 
Samuel Hill, ice merchant. 
Vacant Iota. 

Oeorge street intersecLi 

Charles Goldring, hotel-keeper. 
Robert Rennardson, boat-builder. 
A. Taylor, coal and wood yard. 

Vacant lots. 
City Dead House. 

Frederick street intersects 

Vacant lots. 



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Caroline street intersects , 



Lyman Elliott & Co. 's oil warehouse. 
Rear of D. Crawford & Co.'s Mills. 

Princess street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Berkeley street intersects 

Rear of old Jail. 
Parliament street intersects 



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James Doran, distiller. 

Gooderham k Worts, City Steam Mills. 

Trinity street intersects 

W. T. Fitzhenry, distiller. 
Gooderham & Woi-ts' stables. 
Vacant lots. 

Cfurry street intersects 

Gzowski & Co., Toronto Rolling Mills. 
Thomas Meagher, station-master. 
Don Station, G. T. R. 



Esplanade East— South Side. 

'Commences at VongeandrunstoEastemlimits. 

Yonge Street Wharf, Milloy & Co. 

Henry Aykrold, boat-builder. 

Private boat houses. 

Milloy's Wharf. 

John A. Clindinning, boat-builder. 

Mrs. Margaret Greavee, boat-pro- 
prietress. . 

Hamilton's Wharf, S. S. Hamilton. 

S. S. Hamilton, wharfinger, Hamil- 
ton's Wharf. 

Chairey's wood yard. 

Samuel Hoveys, boat-builder. 

R. & W. Saulte.', coal & wood yard. 

Church Street Whaaf, Scott & Gorrie. 

Henry Scott, wharfinger, commission 
merchant. 

Adamson's Wharf, Wm. Adamson. 

Wm. Adamson, wharfinger, Adam- 
son's Wharf. 

Samuel McBride, coal and wood 
merchant. 

St. Lawrence Wharf, Jas. Adamson. 

James Adamson, wharfinger, Adam- 
son's Wiiarf. 

James Aikins, wood merchant. 

J. G. Beard & Sons's Foundry. 

Bcuird's Wharf and Elevator. 

Leak's Wharf. 

Taylors v/harf. 

Archibald Taylor, wharfinger. 

Fish Market. 

Crawford's Wharf. 

Gooderhttin's Wharf. 

Rolling Mills' Wharf. 

Grand Trunk Railway Works. 

Esplanade West— North Side. 
Commences at }'<>> jeandrunsto JFcstemliviits 

Vacant lots. 
William Myles, coal and wood yard. 
Staunton's Paper Fa(;tory. 
J. B. Smith, lumbcrand planing mill. 
Royal Dominion Mills. 
Bay street intersects 

Scott & Stollery, stone and building 
material. 

Jacques & Hay, furniture manu- 
facturers. 



J. & N. C. Scovill, car-wheel works. 
J. Cmith & Sou, lumber dealers. 
Andrew O'Brien, hotel-keeper. 

York Street intersects 



G. T. R. Station. 

Montreal Ocean Steamship Go's. 
Office. 

Hen. Bourlier, station master G. T. R. 
John A. Carlaw, cashier G. T. R. 
Wm. Jarman, ticket agent G. T. R. 
John Johnson, yard master G. T. R. 
P. B. Kirkham, night agent G. T. R. 
C. R. Chisholm, news depot G. T. R. 
James Smith, refreshment saloon. 
Union Railway Station. 
Stephen Blackman, rear of U. R. S. 
baggage master G. T. R. 

Sirncoe Streit intersects 



John Betz, hotel-keeper. 

G. T. R. grounds. 

G. T. R. freight sheds. 

Car repaireis' work shop G. T. R. 

Car-shop G. T. R. • 

Metropolitan wat' works. 

W. J. Smith, t aief Ihgineer Met. 

water works. 
Grand Tnink round house. 
Brock Street intersects 



Northern Rail.ay Station. 
G. W. R. R. locomotive works. 

EspUnade West— South Side. 

Commoices at Yonge and runs to Western 
limits. 

Custom House Wharf. 

W. Higginbotham ^ Co., wharfinger. 

'^'llliam Myles, coal and wood yard. 

Scot.t k Stollery's wharf. 

Jacques & Hay's wharf and warehouse. 

Geo. Henry Wyatt, (Ontaria wharf,)' 
coal and wood. 

J. Smith k Sons' wharf. 

Tinning's wharf. 

R. Tinning k Bros., wharfingers. 

James Adams, sailmaker. 

Rees' wharf' 

F. A. Noverre, boat-builder. 

John Sheden, 0. T. R. '',vator. 

George McLeod, 

Northern Railway wharf. 

F. P. G. Taylor & Co., lumber mer- 
chants. 

Queen's wharf. 

(Japt. Robert Kerr, lighthouse-keeper. 

E. M. Carruthers, wharfinger. 

llobt. BcTinett, manager for E. M. 
Carruthers. 

Patrick Burns, coal and wood merchant. 

Grand Trunk locomotive workp. 

Grand Trunk stores' department. 

Grand junction front station G. W. R. 



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^Thomu Butler, yardman. 

Charles Clarke, track foreman O. W. B. 

Old Fort, infantry barracks. 

New GarrisoQ, artillery barracks. 

Western Limits. 



Esther ttraai-But side. 

Qmnmenees at Queen west and runs north to 
High. 

Bear premises. 
19 Henry licadlay. 
21 Vacant house. 
211 Joseph Rolph, engraver. 
23 Felix Julieu, cabinet-maker. 
Vacant lots. 

Duncan Camr-bell, joiner. 

Charles Francis, joiner. 

Thomas Murphy, laborer. 

Mrs. Ellen Collins. 

William Dollery, laborer. 

Mrs. Esther Young. 

Abram Charlton, boiler-raaker. 

R. G. Campbell, clerk. 

Duncan Monison, raftsman. 

Martin Donohue, laborer. 

Jamfli Richardson, laborer. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Reardon. 

Thomas Cooney, carjwnter. 
Vacant lot 

Timothy Crowley, lireman N.R.C. 

James McAvoy, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



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45 

47 

49 

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51 

53 

65 

67 

61 
63 



.High street intcrsacts. 



Esther street- West side. 

Commences at Queen and niiui north to High, 

Vacant lots. 

14 Mrs. Elizabeth Constantine. 
Vacant lots. 

Charles street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
84 Patrick Mack, laborer. 
36 Mrs. Catherine Marshall. 
68 Samuel Beatt^', painter. 
60 David McClellan, porter. 
Rear premises. 

EHmbeth street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
'74 Nathaniel Meddle, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
High street intersects 



Francis street -West side. 

Commences at King east and ruiis north to 
Adelaide. 
Rear premises. 
6 John Elliott, saddler. 
10 Mrs. Thomas Mack. 
12 Fisher k Robinson, sign painters. 
14 John Hurst, hotel. 



Vacant lota. 
22 JameaH. Dickson Ic Co., nwnfacturen 

^ricultural implements. 
24 John Mills, grocer. 
26 James Hurst, plumber and gas-fitter. 
28 Patrick Burns, boarding-house. 
30 John Coulthard, wines and liquors. 
32 Samuel Dyer, mariner. 

,. Adelaide street intersex 



Frederlok street- East side. 

Commences at Esplanade and runs north to 
Duke. 

Vacant lots. 

Palace street intersects 

25 Mrs. Kelly, wid. James. 
27 Michael Norton, mariner. 
29 P. Lee, classical and mathematical 
academy. 
Rear»prenuses. 

King street intersects. 

Rear premises. 

....; Duke street intersects 



Frederick street— West side. 

Commences at Esplanade and runs north to 
Duke. 

City dead house. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Palace street intersects 

24 Joseph Humphrey. 

Vacant lot. 
Vacant house. 

King street intersects 

28 Vacant house. 

30 Henry Haskett. 

32 Thomas Rennick, carter. 
Duke street intersects 



Front Street West-North Side. 

Commences at Von/je and runs west to 
Bathurst. 

Bank of Montreal, George W. Yarker^ 
Manager. 

Lav/! intersects 

4 Hnrbor Cojnniis8ionei''s Office. 
" Hugh Ricliiii'dsoii, harbor master. 

Jiis. Sniitli, jr., deputy hnrbor ninster. 
C & 8 Thompson & IJurns, storerooms. 

Lane intersects 

New buildings. 
20 Rochester House, Mrs. E. Hanlon k 
Son. 

Vacant lot. 
Lane intersects 



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Vacant lots. 
Military HoMpital ; Surgeon, W.Meade, 
29th Begt. 

Bay Street intersects, 

Vacant lots. 
Lumber yard. 
Private grounds. 

Queen's Hotel, Capt. Thos. Dick, pro- 
prietor ; George Brown, proprietor 
billiard room and saloon ; George 
Carter, proprietor barber shop. 
Vacant lots. 
John Whakn, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 
King's Hotel, John H. Meyer prop. 

Vor/c street intersects 

Private grounds. 

Charles Way, mail clerk, G.W.H. 

William Moore, laborer. 

John Gill, tavern-keeper. 

Simcoe Street intersects 

Drill shed and military school. 
Parliament buildings. 

Crown Lands Dei-aiitment. — Com- 
miss'/)7icr, Hon. Stephen Richards, Q.C., 
AssiaU ;vt Commissonei — Andrew Russell. 

Sur.'eys Branch — Thos. Devine, head 
of surveys ; Edward Fox and Geo. B. 
Kirkpatriek, surveyors and draughts- 
men ; Allan J. Scott, clerk. 

La7id Claims and Sales in Old Toivn- 
ships Branch — Thomas Hector, chief 
clerk in charge ; F. A. Hall, George E. 
Lindsay, and C. W. Hurd, clerks. 

Sales of Clergy and School Lands and 
CroWj^ Lands in New Tomiships Branch 
J. C. Tarbutt, chief clerk in charge ; 
Alex. Kirkwood, Arthur J. Taylor, and 
John M. Grant, clerks. 

Letters Patent Branch — Henry John 
Jones, cliief clerk iu charge ; John 
Junes and Robert H. Temple, clerks. 

Woods and Forests Branch — G. W. 
Cowper, chief clerk in charge ; J. C. 
Miller, clerk. 

Accounts Branch — William Foi"d, ac- 
countant and cachier ; Worsley Ebbs, 
book-keeper ; D. G. B. Ross and R. H. 
Broom, clerks. 

Jeremiah Alley, senior clerk in charge 
of agents' returns ; John Tomlie and 
Frank Norton, clerks; John Morphy, 
registrar ; J. Bradshaw, office-keeper ; 
Alexander MacDonald, messenger. 

Department of Agriculture and 
Public Works, Ontario. — Commis- 
sioner, Hon. John Carling ; Geo. Buck- 
land, secretary Bureau of Agiiculture ; 
J. W. Bridgland, surveyor , W. Ed- 
wards, accountant and librarian ; A. L. 
Russell, senior clerk and draughtsman ; 
John Balkwili, messenger ; Alexander 
Macdonell, house-keeper. 

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Pbotimcial Secretary's Orrwi- 
OmrKKio.— Secretary and Registrar, Hon. 
Matthew Crooks Cameron, Q.C. ; Assia- 
tant Secretary and Deputy Registrar, 
Thomas Charles Patteson ; Isaac Ro- 
berts Eckert, chief clerk ; Daniel Ste- 
venson, Henry Alley, John A. Innes, 
clerks ; Arthur Burtchall, messenger. 

Treasury Department. Ontario. — 
Treasurer. — YLon. E. B. Wood, Q.C, 
Donald A. Grant, accountant ; George 
Mathews auditor ; James Kerr, corres- 
ponding clerk ; C. H. Sproule, clerk, 
John Little, messenger. 

John Street intersects 

222 to 226 James Howard, tavern-keeper. 
228 Mrs. Sophia Johnson, tavern-keeper. 
Vacant house. 
234 George Blackbird, hotel-keeper. 
Private grounds. 
George Monro. 

Windsor Street intersects 

Angus Morrison, M. P. P. and barrister. 

Private grounds. 

G. H. Wyatt, wood and coal merchant. 

Peter Street intersects. 

258 . Hon. J. McMurrich, wholesale dry 
goods merchant. 
F. Stoeckel, paymaster 29th regiment. 
John Johnston, yardman G.T.R. 

Vacant house. 
Star Hotel, C. Draycott proprietor. 

Vacant lots. 
George Squirrell, t.ivern keeper. 

Vacant lots. 
John Dewe, Post Office inspector. 



, Brock street intersects. 



Northern Railway Offices. 
John Harvie, traffic nia.stcr N.R.C. 
Private grounds. 
2 Loretto Convent 
Private grounds. 
356 Thompson Smith, lumber merchant. 
W. W. Colwell, lumber merchant. 
378 John Gilbert, tavern-keeper. 
Vaciint lots. 



Portland street intersects 

Private giounds. 
414 Henry Colwell, lumber merchant. 
" r L. Wood, carpenter and joiner. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lot. 
420 John Cooper, gi-ocer. 
426 William Sommerville, tavern-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 
Queen's Wharf Hotel, Edw'd Williams, 
proprietor. 

Bath tirst street intersects 



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Front itiwt Wait-lontli lida. 

Oommencea at Yonge and rmu west to 
Bathurat. 

1 Custom House. 

Vacant lots. 

Wm. Myles, coal and wood merchant. 

M. Staunton, wall-paper manofacturer. 

John B. Smith, lumber merchant. 
,.... Bay street intersects 

Jacques & Hay, cabinet-makers and 
upholsterers. 

J. Clements, sash, door and blind fac- 
tory. 
Street intersects. 

Thompson, Smitli k Son, lumber-yard. 

John Tinning, wood merchant and 
wharfinger. 

Samuel Heukcs, clerk. 

Thomas Tinning, wood merchant and 
wharfinger. 

U. Tinning, wood merchant and wharf- 
inger. 

William Osboruc, tavern-keeper. 

Royal Mail Steamboat Ticket Office, 
N. Milloy, agent. 

York street intersects 

Grand Trui/k Ticket Office, R. Arnold, 
agent. 

Vacant lots. 
Simcoe street intersects 

Patrick Farley, tailor. 
Mrs. Margaret Watman, widow. 
Thomas Blanch, laborer. 
John Mack, laborer. 
Peter McConvy, laborer. 
Mrs. Mary Murphy, widow. 
William Reeves, M.D., physician. 
Vacant lots. 

Brock street intersects ....'. 

Vacant lots. 

Bathurst street intersects 



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87 
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Front street East— NortH side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs cast to Market 
Square. 
A. B. Walker, prop. American Hotel. 
8 Canadian Navigation Co.'s Office, N. 

Milloy, agent. 
10 G. W. Gary, barber. 
12 Vacant house. 
14 Emigration Office, John A. Donaldson, 

agent. 
16 W. D. Matthews & Co., produce and 

commission merchants. 
•' L. Douglas, boarding-house. 
Private grounds. 

Grand Trunk Railway Ticket Office, 
R. Aniold, agent. 

„..,... SaM street intersects 



24 Argyle Hotel. 

as ftnd 30 Rear of John McDonald k Co.'a 
warehouse. 

William Newbigging, boarding-house. 

Patrick O'Neil, watchman. 
Vacant lots. 

John Shedden k Co., cartage oeenta 
O. T. R. 

Vacant house. 

Vacant house. 

O. H. Wyatt, ship broker and freight 
agent. 

Robert Maitland, general broker. 

James Rough, flour and grain inspector. 

Jaques, Traoy & Co., agents Montreal 
Tlirough Freigh*^ Line. 

M. k L. Samuel, commission and gen- 
eral merchants. 

George Laidlaw, produce merchant 

W. Rowlond, fire, marine, accidental 
and life insurance agent. 



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42 

44 

46 

48 



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64 

58 



Church street intersects . 



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W. k R. Griffiths, wholesale grocers. 

1 Morrison, Taylor k Co., provision 

und commission merchants. 

2 L. Coffije & Co, produce and com- 

mission merchants. 
" N. Barnhart, grain dealer. 

3 Neil Johnson, wholesale produce, 

provision and commission mer- 
chant. 

4 Gardner & Ramsay, produce, pro- 

vision and commission merchants. 

5 John Morison, grocer and liquor 

merchant. 

6 William Galbraith, general commis- 

sion merchant. 

7 John M. McKay, wholesale grocer 

and hop merchant. 

Samuel W. Farrell, commission mer- 
chant. 
Brunskill & Kirby, commission mer- 
chants. 
J. Walsh, pork dealer. 
Douglas Laidlaw, wheat merchant. 
David Davidson, commission merchant. 
Drysdale & Robin, produce and com- 
mission merchant. 
J. B. Boustead, commission merchant. 
T. B. Griffith, commission merchant. 
86 William Rumsay, wholesale grocer. 
Thomas C. Chisliolm, commission 

merchant. 
J. A. Simmei-8, seedsman. 



.Eust Market street intersects. 



Front Street East— South Side. 

Commences at Yonge, and runs East to fFest 
Market Square. 

George Michie & Co., wholesale grocers. 
3 Thompson k Burns, wholesale hard- 
ware, crockery, &c. 



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Iging, boarding-house. 

watchman. 

t lota. 

Ic Co., cartage agenti 



ip broker and freight 

general broker, 
ar and grain inspector. 
Co., agents Montreal 
gli*^ Line. 

commission and gen- 

:8. 

produce merchant 
e, marine, accidental 
»nce agent. 

't intersects 

I, wholesale grocers, 
lor & Co., provision 
ion merchants. 

0, produce and com- 
hants. 

rain dealer. 

wholesale produce, 
id commission mer- 

msay, produce, pro- 

immission merchanta 

grocer and liquor 

lith, general commis- 

t. 

ay, wholesale grocer 

:hant. 

II, commission mer- 
jy, commission mer- 

3aler. 

wheat merchant. 

om mission merchant. 

1, produce and com- 
int. 

mmission merchant, 
mmission merchant. 
y, wholesale grocer, 
iholm, commission 

idsman. 

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18, wholesale hard- 
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John Snarr, coal and wood. 
J. J. Nichol, coal and wood. 

Seott street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Joseph Simpson, knitting and yara 
factory. 

and 39 Thomas Griffith k Co., whole- 
grocers. 

md 43 F. k G. Perkins & Co,, whole- 
sale grocers. 

Vacant lots. 

E. Chaffey k Co. , insurance agents. 

Chatt'ey & Bro. , coal and wood. 

Parson Bros., wholesale dealers in oils 
and lamps, 

Adam Hope k Co., wholesale hardware. 

E. M. Carnithers & Co., proprietors 
steamer " Algoma". 

Chas. Perry k Co., comuiiss'n me.'ch'ts. 

A. V. De Laporte, produce broker, 
and 63 John Boyd k Co., wholesale 
grocer. 

Church street intersects 

New buildings. 

Vacant lots. 
Lime and stone yard. 
77 Frank Smith & Co., wholesale grocer.s. 
79 Thorne, Parsons & Vernor, leathers, 

oil and findings. 
81 Lyman, Elliot k Co., drug warehouse, 
83 Thomas Clarkson k Co., produce com- 
mission merchants. 
85 C. T. Hurrell, commission merchant. 
87 F. A. Kolph, commi-ssion merchant. 
89 £. Lcadlay, hides, skins and grain. 

JFest Market Square intersects 

1, 2 and 3 A. Milligan, grocer. 

Police station No. 1, Sergeant-Major 

Cummins. 
City Chamberlain's office, A. T. 

McCord. 
City Clerk's office, John Carr. 
Mayor's office, J. D. Smith. 
City Solicitor's office, Hon, J. B. 

Robinson. 
Health Inspector's office, John liaid. 

4 Joseph Pape & Sons, market gar- 
dener. 

5 and 6 James Burns, grocer. 
Inspector of Licenses for Cabs, Carts, 

&c. : Thos. Armstrong, Inspector ; 
Robt. Beard, Deputy Inspector. 

Inspector of Licenses for Shops and 
Taverns : Ogle 11. Gowan, In- 
spector. 

Toronto Fire Department : James Ash- 
field, Cliief Engineer. 

City Engineer : Joseph H, Bennett, 
City Engineer. 

House-keeper, City Hall : John Argue, 

Vegetable Market, 
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(HrrUon etrMt— Korth eld*. 

Commences at Tteumseth and runs imM to 
Niagara. 

Vacant lota. 
10 Patrick Mulligan. 

Vacant lots. 
16 Thomas Hewitt, operator. 
18 Mrs. Mary Murray. 

Vacant lots, 
22 John Bailey, ]>ainter. 

Vacant lots, 
28 John Jackson, la'oorer. 
30 William Gourlay, stone-cutter. 

Vacant lot, 
34 John Goddard, laborer. 

Vacant lota. 
40 Thomas Thin, baggage-master. 
42 William Smith, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
50 James Wright, laborer, 
52 James Wills, Capt. 13th Hussars, 

Vacant lots. 



.Niagara street intersects. 



Garrison street -South aide. 

Commences at Tecumseth and runs tocst to 
Niagara. 
Vacant lots. 
11 John Baldwin, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
15 James Murphy, laborer. 
17 John Willot, laborer. 

Vacant lots, 
29 Mrs, Jane Baham, 
31 Mrs, EliZiibeth Smith, 

Vacant lots, 
39 Thomas Humphrey, carpenter. 
41 William Brady, carter. 

Vacant lots, 
45 John Moloney, laborer. 

Vacant lots, 
51 Joseph Emery, butcher, 
53 Robert Nichols, brewer. 

Vacant lots. 



.Niagara street intersects. 



Oeorge street— East side. 

ComiP'-nces at the Bay and runs north to 
Gerrard. 

Charles Goldring, hotel-keeper. 
Andrew Lamliert, engine-driver. 
James McSherry, hotel-keeper. 
Jolui Munro, woodyard. 
Vacant lots, 

Palace street intersects. 



29 Miles Wilkinson, saddler, 

31 John Davis, shoemaker, 

33 William Simian, laborer. 

35 William H. Sweet, porter, 

354 Francis Murray, shoemaker, 

,, King street intersects.. 



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41 Robert Bowyer, watchmaker. 

4S John Doherty, tinsmith. 

" George Anchter, tailor. 

47 William Scott, barber. 

40 William Kogc>-8, builder. 

51 Vacant house. 

63 F. W. Elliott, flour, feed and wood 
dealer. 



.Duke street intersects 



Mrs. 0. Stewart, ladies' school. 
Robert O'Farrell, cabman. 
Thos Gannon, clerk. 
Mrs. Newlove, tailoress. 
Robert Leatch. 
77 and 79 Vacant houses. 

Wilson & Walker, blacksmiths. 

Mrs. Bums. 

Mrs. Ann Bayley, widow. 

Miohael Walsh, laborer. 

Patrick Egan, cooper. 

John McLaughlin, tavern-keeper. 



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, Duchess street intersects... 

Vacant lots. 
95 John Green, L. W. (.Customs. 
97 William Kerr, builder. 
99 M^illiam Snarr, coal merchant. 



Britain street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 

Queen street intersects . 

Moss Park. 



, Wilton Crescent intersects. 



Private grounds. 
219 R.S. Williams, melodeon manufacturer. 
221 John Miller. 
223 Mrs. Phillis. 

226 Thomas Meredith, produce merchant. 
Vacant lots. 

Boys' Home, Mrs. Munroe, matron. 

Private grounds. 

Oflorge street-West side. 

Commences at the Bay and runs north to 

Gerrard. 

Vacant lots. 
Palace street intersects 

34 Geo. Heal, dealer in horns, glue, &c. 
36 Thomas Thompson, saddler. 

Kingstrect intersects 

60 J. Portus, clerk. 
62 T. W. Elliott, grain merchont. 
54 Timothy McCarthy, L. W. customs. 
56 T. S. Birchall, mail clerk. 
58 T. W. Birchall, manager B. A. Assur- 
ance Co. 

Duke street intersects 

George street school, J. F. Jeffers, 

Srincipal. 
iam Conroy, carpenter. 



Duchess street interaectt,. 



82 Mrs. Mary HefTron, fish peddler. 

84 Mrs. Death, washprworaan. 

86 Emanuel Bedley, laliorer. 

88 Mrs. Mary Madigan, laundress. 

" John O'Neal, laborer. 

90 Mrs. C. Brown, widow. 

92 James Hayes, laborer. 

" Richard Masters, laborer. 

94 James Conly, laborer. 

96 John Organ, pressman. 

98 James Kinsella, clerk. 

" r Neil McMuUen, laborer. 

" r Mra. O'Brien, wusherwoman. 

" r John McDonald, laborer. 

" r Michael Redigan, laborer. 

" r B. C'onolly, laborer. 

, George street Lane intersects , . . 

Michael Doyle, fishmonger. 
Mrs. O'Neii, wnaller^voman. 
Mrs. C. McKew, washerwoman. 
Mifhiiel Hayes, laborer. 
Carty's soap factory. 

Queen s/rcet intersects 



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120 

122 



130 
132 



138 

146 

148 
l.')2 



1 Jeremiah C'arty, soap and candle 

manufiicturer. 

2 James Campbell. 

3 Tetux Drouillard, tobacconist. 

4 Charles Belford, editor Leader. 

5 Alexander Mcl'herson, appraiser cua- 

toms. 
John Kleiser, watchmaker, 
George Peacock, printer. 
James Foster, cutter. 
Andrew J. (tustin, superintendent of 

Rolling Mills. 
Wm. Croft, fishing tackle, &c., whole- 
sale. 

Vacant lots. 
John McMahon, cutter. 
Fred. ('. White, grain and commission 
merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
John Young, mariner. 
Vacant lots. 
George Simpson, salesman, 
(leorge Bremner, commercial traveller. 
Mrs. M. Hockridge, widow. 



.Shuter street intersects. 



Rear premises. 
156 Isaac Cooper clerk. 
158 Alex. I.inn, marble-finisher, 
160 J, C. Gray, book-keeper. 
162 C. P. Archbold, accountant 
164 Joseph Reed, book-keeper. 
166 Vacant house. 
168 Thomas Snarr, builder. 

Pnvate grounds. 
188 William Faulkner, dealer in boots and 

shoes. • 
190 John Withrow, contractor. 



tet inttratctt. , 

ron, fish peddler. 
Rhprwoman. 
r, liil)orer. 
iguii, laundresa. 
borer, 
widow, 
boror. 
I, laborer, 
borer. 
;88inan. 
clerk, 
laborer, 
usherwoman. 
, laborer. 
1, laborer. 
irer. 

Lane intersects .,,. 

ishmonger. 
sherwoman. 
wnslierwoman. 
ialjorer. 
ory. 

r< intersects 



ty, soap and candle 

ill. 

ird, tobacconist, 
d, editor Leader. 
I'herson, appraiser cus- 

itclnnakcr. 
printer, 
itter. 

tin, tfuperintendent of 
I. 
uj, tackle, &c., whole- 

tlots. 

cutter. 

grain and commission 

t lots, 
riner. 
t lots. 

.salesman. 

commercial traveller. 
Ige, widow. 



t intersects. 



jle-linishcr. 
-keeper, 
iccountant 
k-keeper. 

uildcr. 

r, dealer in boots and 

ontractor. 



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85 



.Cruiekahank street interteets. 



Vacant lots. 
194 John Newel, cabman. 

Vacant lots. 
213 John Spink, carpenter. 
21i Robert Wilson, tailor. 
216 Michael Malcolm, cabinet-maker. 
218 Edw'd A. Hasting, professor of miuic. 

Vacant lots. 
230 Vacant liouse. 
232 Augustus Webber, clerk P. 0. 
234 Kicliard Baigent, drawing master. 
Rear premises. 
Vacant lots. 



Oerrard street East— North side. 

Commences at Vimr/f and runs cast to Par 
linmi'nd. 

Hear premises. 
4 Vacant house. 
6 R. S. Hirtch, barrister. 
8 S. H. Clark, taxing master Court Com- 
mon Pleas. 
10 Lieut. -Col. Wm. Durie. 
12 O. P. Dickson, collector Inland Rev- 
enue. 
18 Join W. G Wynne, Q.C., barrister. 
24 James K. Thomson, plumber and gas- 
fitter. 
28 Patrick Hughes, wholesale dry goods 

merchant. 
32 John KUiot, clerk County Council. 
34 James Leask, ale and porter vaults. 
36 Alex. Henderson, 

Vacant lots. 
44 T. D. Ledyard, barrister. 
46 James Patterson, wholesale dry goods. 
48 G. A. Gilbert, artist. 
Church street intersects 

60 J. A. Smith 

Vacant lots. 

60 David Thurston, American Consul. 
62 James Hollo, in.surance agent. 
64 Wm. Scadding, teller Merchants' Bank. 
66 George ilcMoran, grain buyer. 
Vacant lot. 

Mutual street intersects 

William Pratchett, commission mer- 
chant. 

John H. Baker 

\^filliam M. Westmacott, insurance 
agent. 

Rear premises. 

Jarvis street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Horticultural Gardens. 

Sherboume street intersects 

James Leoman, h. bet. Seaton and 
Sherboume. 



72 

74 
76 



Joseph Benson, printer. 
Richard Hocken, ahoemaker. 
Vacant lota. 

Seaton street intersects. . . . 

Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

McMahon Street intersteta. 

Vacant lots. 
Parliament street intersects, 



Oerrard street East— Soutli Hda. 

Commences at Vongc and runs east to Pat' 
I lament. 

Hear premises. 

Vacant lot. 
5 Mrs. Mary Penival. 
5 r William J. Richards, ice dealer. 

Lane intersects 

Private premises. 

Jonas Ap Jones, barrister, kc. 

Victoria street intersects 

Normal and Model school grounds. 

... Church street intersects. 

Rear jjremises. 

Dalhousie street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
63 Octavius Thompson, photographer. 
65 John Muir, hardware merchant. 
Vacant lots. 

;, . . . Mutual street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Rear prcimiscs. 

Jarvis street intersects ...... 

Vacant lots. 

George street intersects , 

Pilvate grounds. 
Rear prenuses. 

Pembroke street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
James Bell, salesman, h. bet. Sher 

bourne and Seaton. 
George Hutchison, clerk, do. 
Alexander M. Kirkland, clerk. 

Vacant lot. 
Richard Brassington, grocer, 

Seaton street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Girls' Home building. 

McMahmi street intersects. . . 

Vacant lots. 

Parliament street intersects . 



.^^p•tK^^^ 



do. 
do. 

do. 



Oerrard Street West— Korth ilde. 

Commences at Yonge, and. runs west 
Elizabeth. 
Rear premises. 
Ldnt intersects. 



to 



mtt^m—mtmHtm 



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10 John Kemp, Capt Khooner " Paragon. " 
12 Rer. Edward H. Dewart. 
18 Hon. .John Rolph. M.D. 
18 J. Widmer Rolph, M.D. 
22 Miss Skinner, ladies' school, 
24 Robert Pearson, funcy store. 
26 William 0. Jones, clerk. 
28 Mrs. Anna Simpson, widow. 
80 Thomas Hornibrook, giocer. 
Lane intersects 



34 John Scan<lritt. 

Vacant lots. 
42 Robert J. Wilson, compositor. 
44 .loseph Blackliall, bookbinder. 
46 Richard Coleman. 

Vacant lot 
60 Edward Shortiss, collector market fees. 
62 Thos. F. Fotheriugham, bookkeeper. 
64 John Watson, sen. 
64 John Watson, carpenter. 

Terauley :.trcct intersects 

66 John Magiiire, grocer. 

68 John Besford, clerk. 

60 James Magnire, bricklayer. 

62 James Young, teamster. 

Lane intersects 



644 William Sole, expressman. 
64 Benjamin Johnson, bricklayer. 
Emma street intersects 



66 William Armstrong, carpenter. 

68 David Blakely, cliair-malcer. 

70 George Touzeau, printer. 

72 Wm. G. Thompson, clerk. 

74 Thomas Williams, tailor. 

76 James H. Sutherland, law student. 

78 Chas. Sellars, grocery and provisions. 

Elizabeth street intersects 



Oerrard street West— South side. 
Commences at Vongc, and runs West 



to 



Elizabeth. 
Rear premises. 
3 Mrs. Sarah Rose, private school. 

Private grounds. 
6 Francis J. Tailor, education office. 

Vacant lots. 
26 John Robertson, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
33 William Stobie, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
37 Mrs. Emily Ranson. 

Vacant lots. 
43 Thomas Morrison, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 
47 Patrick Scully. 

49 Joseph Parker, foreman boot and shoe 
stora 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 

Teratdcy strut intersects 



Rear premiios. 

Vacant Iota. 
61 and 63 Wm. Turner, machinest. 
66 Henry Tollis, landscape gardener. 

Vacant lots. 
71 Humphrey Jones, clerk. 
73 Richard Lay, clerk. 
73 r David Fell, painter. 
75 Mark Tooze, chair-maker. 
Vacant lot. 
Rear premises. 

Eliza beth street intersects 



17 



23 



35 



Olvens street— East side. 
Commences at Queen west and runs north. 

Vacant lots. 
David Lennox, Imker. 

Vacant lots. 
Alexander McQuigan, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 
Edward Holland, cattle dealer. 
" Frank Ropers, cattle dealer. 

Vacant lots. 
Givens Street School. 

Cedar street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Cecil street intersects 

Miss Cecil Givens. 

Olvens street— West side. 
Commences at Qtieen west and runs north. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 
Private grounds. 

Rebecca street in tersects 

Private grounds. 

Dennis Driscoll, laborer. 

— Burrow, porter Lunatic Asylum. 

Dennis Brccn, butcher. 

Vacant lots 
Mrs. OTiW's^Utti.^uiiuutt, uuriBi. 
John Blake, wool buyer. 

Vacant lots. 

Street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Cedar street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Miss Givens. 



24 

26 

32 
34 



/ 



Oloucester street— North side. * 

Commences at Vonje and runs east to Jarvis. 

Vacant lota. 
Vacant house. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
26 Rev. Thomas Baker. 
28 Mrs. Catherine Ewart, widow. 
30 Charles Hurrell, commission merchant. 



t Iota. 

er, machineat. 

(Itcapo gardener, 
t loU. 

, clerk. 

k. 
ter. 

ir-iiiaker. 
t lot. 

eel intersects 

Eait iMe. 
ircsl and runs north, 
t lots, 
inker. 

lots, 
igft!!, gardener. 
t lots. 

rattle (dealer, 
ttle dealer. 
; lots, 
lool. 

! intersects 

lots. 

intersects 

9. 

— Weit ilde. 

west and runs north. 

i lots. 



't intersects , 

laborer. 

r Liiuatic Asylum, 
teller, 
lots 



/ 



iiiiuiii, iiui'UJi.. 
I buyer, 
lots. 

tersccts 

lots. 

intersects 

lot.s. 



t-North Ilde. * 

d runs east to Jarvis. 

lots. 



lots. 

er. 

-art, widow. 

immission merchant. 



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87 



32 Oeorge Rumham, mail clerk G.T.R. 
34 John Starke, book-keei^r. 
42 John Forsyth, clerk P.O. 
44 Henry Brown, teacher. 
Vacant lots. 
48 James Brown. 
60 WilUani ItritUth, wholesale grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
(liurch street intersects 

60 Andrew MctfJord, City L'hanib(!rlain. 

Vacant lots. 
72 Mrs. Julia M. Fuller, widow. 
74 Rev. William Inglis. 
76 Mrs. Catherine Mouro, widow. 
78 A. McKyiley. 

Private premises. 

James ('rowther, barrister. 

JariHS street intersects , 



Olonoetter itreet- South side. 
Cmnmences at Ymige and ntns east to Jarvis. 

Vacant lots. 
16 Frederick Kass, cooper. 

Vacant lots. 
81 Vacant house. 
36 Joseph Cathcr, clerk. 

Vacant lots. 

Church street intersects 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 



.Jarvis street intersects. 



Oould Itreet— North side. 
Cotnmetiees at Yongc and runs east to Mutual. 
Rear premises. 



4 William Cole. 
Lane intersects 

8 George ./^.rmitage, marble works. 
Victoria street intersects. 

Normal School and Giounds. 

Clmrch street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Vacant house. 

Mutual street intersects ...., 



Oould street— South side. 
Commences at Ymujc and runs east to Mutual. 
Rear premises. 
1 F. Reynolds, baker. 
3 Vacant house. 

Laiie intersects 

O'Keefe & Co. , Victoria Brewery. 

Victoria street intersects 

Gould Street Presbyterian Church. 
IB A. J. Williamson, M.D., clerk of cor- 

respondencR, education office. 
17 William Howard, broker. 



19 
21 

23 
26 
27 



Lane intersecU 

Joseph Walker, accountant. 

Thomiui HIade Robinson, physician 

and surgeon. 
John Odell, commercial college. 
H. K. Clarke, trunk maker. 
William H. Jeffrey, manager Reford 

& Dillon. 
Rear premises. 

Bond slrrct intersects 

Rear premises. 
29 Hon. John Wilson, Judge Court of 

Common Pleas. 
31 John Cook, lumber merchant. 
Lane intersects 

Rear premises. 
Church street intersects. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

Vacant house. 

M\Uual street intersects 



Grange Road— North ilde. 
CommenccH at Vummer and runs west to 
Beverley. 
Pi-vate grounds. 
The Bishop Strachan School, Mrg, 

Horton, Lady Principal 
School grounds. 
W. H. Boulton. 
Private grounds. 

Beverley street intersects 



41 
43 
45 

63 



Orange Road— South ilde. 
Commences at Dummer and runs west to 
Beverley. 
Adam Crooks, Q.C., barrister. 
R. A. Hoskins, merchant. 
Miss Stubbs, boarding school. 

Vacant lots. 
John Boulton. 

Vacant lota. 

John street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Be verley street intersects 



ChrenTllle itreet— North ilde. 

Comnunces at Yonge and runs west to Surrey 

Place. 

Larije inter sectji 

Mrs. T. D. Campbell, ladies' school. 

W. Rose, merchant. 

John F. Warling. 

Private grounds. 

James Smith, architect. 

David Higgins, secretary of Edinburgh 

Life Aaaarance Co. 
Robert IL Gray, hoop skirt manofac'r. 



16 
18 
20 

22 
24 

26 






I ? 



SB 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



28 John Turner, wholesale boot and shoe 

merchant 
80 John McKinley, carpenter. 

Lane inteijects 

Rear premises. 

St. Vincent street intersects 

Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 
...Lane intersects 



OrenviUe street— South side. 

Omvmemes at Yonge and runs west to Surrey 

Place. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

St. Vincent street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lane intersects ...^ 



Orcsvenor street— North side. 

Commences at Vmige and runs west to SuiTcy 
Place. 

Rear premises. 

Laiie intersects 

14 George "Way, salesman . 

16 ~ ■ " 

18 



34 



George E. Thomas, salesman. 
Josejjh McC^auslauil, glass-stainer. 

Vacant lots. 
William H. Stanton, ban-ister. 

Vacant lots. 

St. Vincent street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

68 William Ince, wholesale grocer. 
Private gi^unds. 

Vacant lot. 
John Ellis. 
Vacant house. 
John Ross, eilitor. 

La7ic intersect^i 



GrjBvenor ctrest— South side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs west to Surrcij 
Place. 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
Robert McKim. 
Henry Aston, locksmith. 
William H. Rice, wire works. 

Lane intersects 

37 Joseph Grimoson, shoemaker. 



31 
3.3 
35 



67 



Vacant lots. 
St. Vincent street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lane intersects 

Samuel R. Briggs, lumber merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

Street intersects 



Hagerman street— North side. 

Commences at Elizabeth and runs east. 

2 Robert Paterson, carter. 
4 Hannah Garner, washerwoman. 
6 Joseph Farrell, laborer. 
Private grounds. 
10 Mrs. Jane Stanley, widow. 

Piivate grounds. 
14 William Jones, bricklayer, 
16 William Wardrobe, shoemaker. 
Private grounds. 



Hagerman street- South side. 
Commences at EUzahcth and runs cast. 



5 
7 
9 
11 
13 
15 
iT 



Joseph Wilson, teamster. 

John Long, laborer. 

Mi's. Sarah Frueuian, widow. 

Vacant house. 

Peter Roche, express messenger. 

James Leckie, porter. 

llichard Shelibeer, laborer. 



Hartraro' street. 

Covvncnces at Queen's Park and runs went 

to IIo})r. 

No houses. 



Hayden street— North side. 
Commences at Yonge and runs laM to Churchy 

Vacant lot. 
Christojiher Grainger, gardener. 
Edwin (r. Bennett., clerk, P.O. 
James Hreckcn ridge. 
Mrs. Ann Watson, laundress. 
Kichard Fryer, tailor, 
(leorge Poulter, porter. 
Thomas Menngli, teacher. 
William Thorpe, gardener. 

Vacant lot. 
Albert Gilbert, butcher. 
AVilliam Coles, carpenter. 
J. M. Dmnsfield, commercial traveller. 
E. Ballantyne, builder. 

Vacant lot. 
John Howden, collector "Globe." 

Vacant lot. 
Alfred Cooke, clerk, P. O. 
Private grounds. 

Church street intersects 




TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



8» 



-North sido. 

A and i-uns east. 

irter. 

aahenvoman. 

arer. 

widow. 

;kliiyer. 
slioemaker. 



-South side. 

h and Truns cast. 

lister. 

I, widow. 

is nipssenger. 

Lt. 
laborer. 

i«et. 

ark and runs wett 



orth side. 

•iim rtutt to Church 

m 

it. 

r, gardener. 

clerk, P.O. 

II undress. 

LT. 

•clier. 

dener. 

t. 

ler. 

nter. 

nmereiiil traveller. 

sr. 

tor "Globe. " 
i'. O. 



Hayden itrMt— South ildo. 
Commences at Yonge and runs east to Church. 

Vacant lots. 
Richard Howard, commercial .raveller. 
Private grounds. 
George Granger, butcher. 
James L. Hitter, telegraph operator. 
Frederick W. Gowan, composi*^^or. 

Vacant lots. 
William Latch, lumber inercha;it. 
Maurice Scollard. 
Francis Collins. 
Mrs. Colonel Hamilton. 
John Loett'er, tailor. 
W. Vose, painter. 
F. J. Rookridge, clerk. 
William Coles. 
Vacant house. 
Robert Groves, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Cfiurck street intersects 



70 
72 

74 



ersects. 



Hayter street— North side. 
Commenced at Ymige, and r mis West to Sayer. 
Rear premises. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

Terauley street intersects 

Vacant lot. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 
62 Charles Ahreus, bookkeeper. 
64 and 66 William S. Young, pajier hanger. 

Emma street intersects 

68 Thomas Jeffers, plasterer and grocer. 
James P. Colquhoun. 
Absalom G. Alison train dispatcher 

G.T.R. 
R'.jert J. Keown, salesman. 
Rear premises. 

Elizabeth street intersects 

Vacant lot. 
Mrs. Eliza Wilcox, widow. 
Archibald Taylor, sailor. 
James Keid, la^>orer. 
Daniel Sturgeon, carpenter. 
Vacant lot. 
Sayer street intersects 

Hayter street— South side. 

C(y>nmen^cs at Yonge, audruns IVcst to Sayer. 

1 Robert Fowler, contractor and builder. 
Rear premises. 

Lane intersects 

Arthur Coleman, carpenter and joiner. 
Andrew Mcintosh, bookkeeper. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Amistrong, teacher. 
J. W. Phillips, general builder. 

Terauley street intersects. 

Rear premises. 
61 John Speuce, shoemaker. 



63 r Peter Delany, laborer. 

65 r Robert Williamson, gas-fitter. 

66 r Robert Rowley, painter. 

Emma street intersects 

Vacant lot. 
William Smith, pNsterer. 
William Sinclair, carpenter. 
James Laughlen, medical student. 
William Stewart. 



73 
75 



77 



Elizabeth street intersects. 

Vacant lota 
Stables. 
Rear premises. 

Sayer street intersects. 



Herhert street. 

Continuatimi oj Rohinsmi, see Eobinspn. 



High street— North side. 

Com7nences at Spadina Avenue and runs west 

to Maria. 

Vanaulq/ street intersects 

38 John Maltman, band-box maker. 

40 Thomas Barber, engineer. 

42 Francis Nixon, mariner. 

44 Vacant house. 

46 Joseph Haggas, machinist. 

48 James McQuillen, cabinet-maker. 

50 Thomas McQuillen, tailor. 

Vacant lots. 
58 Francis O'Rourke, laborer. 
60 Richard Hetherington, painter, 
62 James Billing, joiner. 
64 Unfinished building, 
r Jacob Wright, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

Denison Avenue intersects 

Henry Munn, yardsman G.T.R. 
James ♦. .opper, carpenter. 
Thornaii H. Frizzell, laborer. 
Mir,s Jp.ne Porter. 
Alfred Kingswood, cari)enter. 
Jamss Allan, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
George TurnbuU, cai-penter. 

Maria street intersects 

Rear premises C. S. Gzowski. 

High street— South side. 

Commences at Spudina Avenue and runs v/eat 
to Maria. 

Vacant lots. 

Vanaidey street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Esther street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Denison Avenue intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Maria street intersects 

Rear premises C. S. GzowskL 



78 
80 
82 
84 
86 
88 

100 



90 



C, E. ANDERSON A CO. 8 







Hopa ittMt— EMt rids. 

Cvmmences at BMnson and rwM north to 

Bloor. 

^ Vacant lots. 
William Buchanan, carter. 
Vacant lots. 

>.... Dundas street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
161 William Galbraith, market clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Smith, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
207 James Christie, landing waiter. 

Vacant lots. 
216 Henry Coulter, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
235 Mrs. Lynch, washerwoman. 

Vacant lots. 

College street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Bloor street irUersects 

Hope street— Wast side. 

Commences at Bobinsnn and rwns north to 
Bloor. 

Vacant lot. 
Hark Keed, shoemaker. 
Thomas Corrigan, pensioner. 
Edward Jolley, stone-cutter. 
John Nottingham, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

John Ward, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
Mrs. Bridget Finn, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Maxwell, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Conway street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

College street intersects 

Mrs. Sarali Montgomery. 
Bloor street intersects 



Hnntley street— East tide. 

Chmmenecs soiUh of Isabella and runs north 

to Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 

Isabella street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Selby street hUerseris 

Christopher S. Patterson, barrister. 
Bloor Hrett East iiUtrsects 



Bnnttoy street— WMt side. 

Commences south of Isabella and runs north 

to Bloor. 

Nicholas Canoll, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Itabella street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

97 James F. Walker, travelling agent, 

G.T.K, 
Bloor street East intersects 

Isabella street— North side. 
Commences at Vongc and runs east to Shot' 
bourne. 
Vacant lots. 
8 Miss Caroline Jarvis. 
10 Vacant house. 
12 Benjamin Cundall, butcher. 
14 William Gramley, laborer. 
16 Henry Hewlett, clerk. 
16 r Thomas Bell, bricklnyer. « 
18 Richard H. Gates, millstone and bolt- 
ing-cloth manufacturer. 
20 Frederick Caston, farmer. 

Vacant lots. 
28 David Davidson, commission mer- 
chant. 
Private grounds. 
Vacant house. 

James B. Boustead, commission mer- 
chant. 
Private grounds. 
52 Henry Smallpiece, saddler. 
56 Information refused. 
Vacant lots. 

Church street intersects 

Robt. James, jr., agent for Patent 

Portabl Fire Extinguisher. 
Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
i'Jldward Wright, ci.rpenter. 

Vacant '.ots. 
William Irving, architect. 
Privjite grounds. 
Rear premises. 

Jarvis street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Huntley street lu'erseds 

D. Crawford, spice manufacturer, &c. 
Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 

Sherboumc street intersects » 

Vacant lots. 

IsalMlla street— South kii::. 
Comme.nces at Yonge and runs East to Jarvis, 

Vacant lots. 
Lane intersects 



tat lid*. 

x and runt nortiit' 

»rer. 
I. 

ersecU 

I. 

cts 

travelling agent, 

ntersects 

rtta side. 

ms east to Sher- 



tcher. 
orer. 

er. , 
Istoiie and bolt- 
urer. 
ler. 

immission mer- 



omnnsiion mer- 
dler. 






I 



rsects. 



snt for Patent 
guisher. 



iter. 

!Ct. 

sects ,,.., 



rsect$ 

afaeturer, &c. 



er sects. 



East to Jarvis, 



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91 



9 E. T. Ledyard. 
15 Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. 
17 John S. Donaldson, traveller. 
19 Samuel McMaster, wholesale merchant. 
21 Charles Dickson, auctioneer. 
26 James Severs, bailiff. 

Private grounds. 
31 John Smitli, wholesale grocer. 
43 John Morrison, wholesale grocer. 
45 John Yonge, wholesale grocer. 
47 John Edwards, stationer and paper- 
hanger. 
49 Robert Kilgonr, book-keeper. 
49 L. M. Livingstone, wholesale clothier. 
63 Mrs. Mortimer. 
66 Robert Oleland, mcichant. 
56 George Rae, barrister. 
Vacant lots. 



. . Church street intersects. . . . 

Vacant lots. 
..Jarvif street intersects...: 

Vacai.., lots. 
.Huntley Street intersects. 

Vacant lota. 



Jamei street— East side. 

Commences at Quten West and runs north to 
Trinity Square. 

Rear premises. 
13 Simon Humphrey, carpenter & builder. 
15 Mrs. Jane Ewing. 
17 Charles Baker, foreman tobacco maker. 
19 Mrs. Jane MtCleary. 

Rear premises. 
21 Duncan Forbes, roofer. 

Gateway. 
35 Daniel Anderson, cutter. 
27 John Varner, tailor. 
29 John Newton, tailor. 

Albert street intersects 

Vacant lo+s. 
Hear premises. 
37 Mrs. Nixon. 

Vacant lot. 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Louisa street intersects 



James street— West side. 
Commences at Queen West and runs north to 
Trinity Square. 
John Burns, grocer. 
Geo. Wright, physician and surgeon. 
Rear premises. 
8 Mrs. Catherine Lamont, boarding-house. 
10 John Way, cabinet-maker. 
12 Joseph H. King, book-keeper. 

Rear premises. 
16 John A. Norman, machinist. 

Laiu intersects 



18 William McBride. 

20 Thomas Burgess, cutter. 

Rear premises. 
24 Wiley k Rouley, painters. 
26 Isaac White, mason. 

Albert street intersects . . 

Rear premises. 
3^: Charles Sellers, moulder. 
36 George Pursey, shoemaker. 
" r George Newby, shoemaker. 
" r Walter Tijou, shoemaker. 
38 William Crozier, bricklayer. 

Rear premises. 
Louisa street intersects. . 



Jarvis itreet—East side. 

Commences at Queen East and runs north to 
Bloor. 

Bumess & Sons, bakers. 
Rear premises. 

Lane intersects 



Private grounds. 
131 John T. Bay ley, hairdresser. 
133 Benjamin Ward, jeweller. 
135 Samuel Smith, carpenter. 

Private grounds. 
139 Samuel Levalle, book-keeper. 
141 Mrs. Helen Bailey, widow. 
143 Magnus Shewan, books, stationery and 

fancy goods. 
145 Mrs. Jane Burrows, widow. 
147 George H. Stewart, grocer. 
14ft William Strachan, grocer. 
151 Kendrick Marshall, book-keeper. 
153 Rev. John Jennings, D.D. 
155 Thomas Dexter, merchant. 
157 John Hewlett, sewing machine agent 
159 William Osborne, notary public. 
161 Mrs. Esther Howe, ladies school. 
163 James Turley, carpenter. 
Shufcr street intersects 



Private m-ounds. 
175 Thomas Wilson, merchant. 
177 John Gordon, wine merchant. 
179 George Boyd, stationer. 
181 Joseph Walker, merchant 
183 Mrs. Mary Walker, widow. 
187 William Henderson, insurance agent. 

Vacant lots. 
195 .Tohn Tliom. 
197 Thomas H. Lee, wholesale jeweller. 



.Cniickshank street intersects. 



201 Hugh Miller, druggist. 

203 Charles K. Davids. 

205 John Barr, traveller. 

207 John A. Carlaw, cashier G.T.R. 

209 William Grout, maf-hinist 

211 John Boyd, wholesale grocer. 
Vacant lots. 



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319 Edwin Harris, china ft glass mercht. 
221 Beigamin Walton, builder and dealer 

in roofing slates. 
Private grounds. 
229 John McBean, lumber merchant. 
331 Harvey P. Dwight, supt. Montreal 

Telegraph Co. 
238 John D. King, banker. 

236 Professor George Buckland, Secretary 

Bureau of Agriculture. 
" T. W. Buckland, seedsman and florist. 

237 Capt James Dick. 

289 Rev. Wm. S*^epheiison, pastor Adelaide 

street Methodist church. 
241 Robert I. Walker, merchant. 
243 Frank Smith, wholesale grocer. 
245 George T. Beard, iron founder and 

merchant. 
Private grounds. 
261 Abraham W. Lauder, M. P. P. , barrister. 
263_ John Leys, barrister. 
265" C. C. Taylor, merchant. 
Vacant lots. 

Oerrard street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
283 Samuel Piatt. 
285 William H. Miller, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
291 Abraham Shack, tobacco manufacturer. 
293 Hoyes Lloyd, ed. Canadian Baptist. 

Vacant lots. 

Carlton street i)iiersccts 



321 
323 



353 
857 
869 



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619 



Vacant lots. 
James Henderson, barrister. 
William Little, mercantile agenc} . 
William Cadow, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
John A. Cull, agent. 
David Cowan, merchant. 
James Murphey, jarpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
James Campbell, wholesale bookseller 

and stationer. 
Frederick W. Jarvis, sheriff county of 
York and city of Toronto. 



, WellesUy street intersects.. 



Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
Henry Skinner, deputy sheriff county 

of York and city of Toronto. 
Robert Sewell, bookkeeper. 

Vacant lots. 
Frederick Stowe, broker. 

Vacant lots. 
George Morphy, barrister. 

Vacant lots. 
William Greighton, 
Private grounds. 
Robert Cassels, barrister. 
James K. Kerr, barrister. 



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122 
124 



130 



136 
138 
140 
142 
144 
146 
148 
150 

162 



JarrU itx«et— Wait tide. 

Commences at Queen East, amd rwns North to 
Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Cummins, sergeant-nic^or city 

police. 
Francis Flanagan, poulterer, 
James Moore, sailor. 
Michael O'Halloran, baker, 
r Mrs. Kate Fitzgerald, widow, 
r Miss Sarah Caldwell, charwoman. 
Vacant lot. 
Joseph Bondidier, tailor. 
Mrs. Jane Cullivan, widow. 
James McGinn, billiards. 
John Browne, purser. 
Robert Wilkes, wholesale jeweller. 
John Macdonald, barrister. 
John Kain, laborer. 
William Grant, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 
Charles Scadding, actuary Savings 

Bank, Merchants' Bank. 
Edward A. Scadding, clerk B. A. 
Assurance Company. 

Jarvis street intersects 

Rice Lewis, wholesale hardware mer- 
chant. 
Clharles Perry, commission merchant. 
Private grounds. 
Charles Thoin|)son, grocer. 
Robert Beaty, banker and broker. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Foy. 
Private grounds. 
John Piatt. 

Vacant lot. 
Cruichshank street intersects 

William B. Hamilton, wholesale boot 
and shoe manufacturer. 

Private grounds. 

Mrs. Sarah Beard, widow. 

Unitarian Church. 

Vacant lots, 

Robt, McFhail, booksellerand stationer. 

Miss Elizabeth Harrington. 

Private grounds. 

John W. C. Whitney, estate agent, 

George Booth, painter. 

Vacant house. 

Harrisf^n R. Forbes, exchange broker. 

Thomas Henning, treasurer ti'/ofte print- 
ing Company. 

Private gi'ounds. 

A. W. S. Russell, wholesale watches 
and jewellry. 

Privete grounds. 

George L. Beardmore, wholesalcleather 
merchant 

Vacant lots, 

Charles Shaw, bookkeeper. 

John Heaslip, merchant. 

Miss Sophia Stevenson. 



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166 

170 
172 

186 

190 



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210 



226 
228 

236 
238 

242 
244 



250 



260 



272 
274 
276 



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widow, 
charwoman. 

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Bank. 

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wholesale boot 

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Oerrard street intersects 

Mrs. Esther Dixon, widow. 
John L. Dixon, merchant. 
Frederick E. Dixon, merchant. 
Private grounds. 
Robert F. Harris, law student 
Clarkson Jones, barrister. 
Mrs. Margaret Strong, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
Samuel G. Wood, barrister. 
Henry Brownscombe, merchant. 
Isaac C. Gilmor, insurance agent. 

Carlton street intersects 

Thomas Thompson, merchant. 

Vacant house. 

John Whitley, barrister. 

Vacant lots. 
John Gardner, commission merchant. 
W. Sutherland Taylor, commercial 

editor Glotm. 
Rev. John King, pastor Gould St. 
Church. 

Vacant lots. 
856 Edward H. Rutherford. 
358 William Alexander, broker and land 

agent. 
360 John Blaikie, broker and land agent. 

Vacant lots. 
Maitland Street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Wclle-slcy street inster sects 

Vacant lots. 

Oloiicester Street inlersecLi 

James Crowther, barrister. 
Vacant lots. 

Isabella street intersncLi 

Alexander Davidson, insurance agent. 
Private grounds. 
478 Henry Jackson. 

Vacant lots. 



278 



286 
290 
292 

300 
302 



312 

316 

322 
324 

326 



. Charles street intersects. 

Vacant lota. 
. Bloor street i)ilcrsects. 



John street— East side. 

Commences at Front West and runs North to 
Orange Road. 

Parliament Buildings. 

Wellington street intersects 

Private grounds. 
James Wells, laborer. 
Mrs. Rose Finnigan, widow. 
John Sales, book-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 

Kill g street intersects. 

Ujiper Canada College grounds. 
...r Adelaidf. street West intersects 



181 
183 
185 
187 

189 



199 



Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 

, . Richmond street West intersects 

Private grounds. 
, Queen street west intersects. 

Private grounds. 

Lane intersects. 

James Jones, cab driver. 

Ernestus Crombie, barrister. 

Edward Hodder 

M. R Vankoughnet, barrister. 

Mrs. Emily Sullivan, widow of Hon. 

Robt. B. 
Vacant house. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Medcalf. 1 r'lifT. 
St. George's Chv \ 
Rev. T. B. Fuliei, pastor St. George's 

Church. 

Vacant lot. 



. Grange road intersects. 



John street— West sido. 

Commences at Front West and ru7is north to 
Grange Road. 

28 J. Howard, hotel -keeper. 

30 William Hugo, brakeman. 

32 Edward Wright. 

34 Mrs. Mary Baker, baker. 

36 Mrs. Susan Delmege, widow. 

38 Charles Roger, carver. 

Private grounds. 

44 Gordon Brown, editor Globe. 

43 Mrs. Halliwell, ladies' boarding school. 



Wellington street intersects. 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 

Mercer street intersects. . . . 

John Street Common School. 
Vacant lots. 



King street intersects ... 

James Hawley, engine-driver. 
Vacant lots. 

Adelaide street intersects . . 



Hugh Devlin, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 
124 Michael Shea, laborer. 
126 John Orgi..i, carpenter. 
128 Mrs. Jane Malone, widow. 
130 Mrs. Carroll, widow. 
132, Robt. Astley, painter. 
134 John Huglies, carpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
138 Mrs. Marion Alderdice, bonrding-house. 
140 Chas. McMiohael, hamster. 
142 Mrs. Rutherford Muttlebury. 
142 Geo. A. Muttlebury, clerk. 



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144 John Robertson, merchaat 
Vacant lot. 

148 Mrs. Teresa Weir, widow. 

150 Daniel Hayes, agent. 
Vauant lot. 

i SuJimond street interacts 

Private grounds. 



166 



162 
164 
166 



Thomas Mara, house and land agent. 

Private grounds. 

Arthur Bnrtchall, messenger. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Scott. 

Mrs. Mary Malonu, widow. 

Bickerstaff Bros., grocers. 



..Queen street intersects 

Patrick Bums, inn-keeper, and coal 
and wood merchant. 
176 r Mrs. Donovan. 

Lmie intersects 

178 Robt Muckleston, clerk. 
Vacant lot. 



184 

190 
196 
198 
200 
202 



Lane intersects 

Wm. Hope, broker. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Scobie, (widow Hugh.) 
George Brown, builder. 
Mrs. K. M. Sutherland. 
John Brown, carpenter. 
T. Murray. 

Vacant lot. 

Orange Boad intersects. . . 



Jordan itreet—East side. 

Commences at Wellington West, and runt 
North to King. 

3 Sessions, Turner & Co. , workshops. 
Vacant lots. 

Melinda street intersects 

1 Morris & Snith, barristers. 

2, 7, 8 Strong, Edgar, k Grabame, 

barristers. 
3 A. M. Clark, barrister, &c. 
9 & 10 Macdonald, Stephens, & How- 
ard, barristers, &c. 
11 G. T. Denison, Jr., barrister, &c. 
„ 14 F. J. Joseph, baiTister, &c. 
■gj 12 & 13 D. W. Defoe, (Heydeu & Defoe) 
.B (rooms). 

!5 15 W. p. Howard, (Macdonald, Steph- 
ens & Howard), (rooms). 
Mrs. H. Donnelly, widow of William, 
housekeepei'. 
' Blaikie k Alexander, accountants, &c. 
Gwynne, Armour & Hoskin, barris- 
ters, &c. 
Guudry & Langley, architects and 

civil engineers. 
Indian Oltice. 
W. R. Bartlett. suiierintendent and 

commissioner Indian affairs. 
^Samuel Spreull, accountant, &c. 



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Jordan itreet— West Ude. 

Commmces at Wellington Wut, and run 
North to King, 

Henderson & Bostwick's rear premises. 
Vacant lot. 
8 James Savago, shoemaker. 
'• James Jack, shoemaker. 
10 Dennis O'Brien, shoemaker. 
Rear premises. 

Melinda street intersects. 

Jacques k Hay's wholesale furniture 
manufacturers. . 



.King street intersects. 



Kerr Lane— North side. 

Commences at Spadina A vcntie and runs west 
to Vanauley. 
Private grounds. 

Vacant lot. 
10 James Kennedy, laborer, 
r Dennis Linehan, laborer. 
12 Rev. Thomas Cochran. 

r Mrs. Margaret Daly. 
14 Robert Colby, gardener. 
Vacant lots. 

Vana uley street intersects 

Kerr Lane— South side. 

Commences at Sjmdina Avenw and runs %oe> 
io Fanaui.'y. 

Private grounds. 
9 John KeiT, carpenter. 
Vacant lot. 
Vanauley strebt intersects 



King street East— North side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs east to Dun 
River. 

2 Ridout, Aikenhead k Crombie, general 

hardware. 
4 Mrs. ilary Pollard, berlin wool and 

fancy goods. 
"^ Stephen Willcock, watches and watch 

materials. 
" Queen's Own (Volunteers) Reading 

Rooms. • 

" James Reld, photographer. 
6 W. S. Finch, merchant tailor and 

clothier. 
8, 10 & 12 Thomas Haworth & Co.. gen- 
eral hardware. 
14 G. W. Gates & Co., sewing machines. 
16 Hugh Matheson, merchant tailor and 

clothier. 
18 Norris Black, artificial limbs and sew- 
ing machines. 
20 Charles Potter, opticiaa. 



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^ing. 

dck's rear premises. 

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intersects. 

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North Bide. 
runs east to Dun 

i Crombie, general 

berlin wool and 

atches and watch 

iinteers) Reading 

i])lier. 

Lihant tailor and 

vortli & Co., gen- 

?wing machines, 
chant tailor and 

d limbs and sew 



32 Canada Landed Credit Co., John S7- 

mona, Secretary. 
" S. M. Jarvis, hamster. 
" Thomos M. Martin, portrait painter. 
" J. B. Nelson, engraver and die sinker. 
" W. W. Uuffin, general agent. 
24 P. Paterson A Son, hardware, iron and 

steel. 

26 & 28 Globe Printing Com^ny— 

Hon. George Brown, managing di- 
rector. 

Thomas Henning, treasurer. 

William Adamson, city agent. 

Hugh Wallace, cashier. 

John Howden, collector. 

Alexander McKenzie, clerk. 

Charles Taylor, clerk. 

William Carmichael, clerk. 

James A. Austin, book-keeper. 

Globe newspaper, daily and weekly. 

J. Gordon Brown, editor-in-chief. 

W. S. Johnston, assbtant editor. 

James Ross, M.A., " 

Rev. W. Inglis, 

John Goslin, " 

William Coldwell, assistant editor 
and parliamentary reporter, 

W. Sutherland Taylor, commercial 
editor. 

Charles W. Cooper, barrister, legal 
reporter. 

Donald M. Cameron, local reporter. 

David McCleary, " 

Mr. Horton, " 

A. T. Houel , foreman job dept. 

C. L. Roberts, foreman news dept. 

John Alderdice, foreman pressroom. 

F. Krauss, proofreader. 

Canada Farmer, semi-monthly. 

Rev. W. F. Clarke, editor. 

John E. Ellis, assistant editor. 



.Lane intersects. 






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34 



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Samuel Piddington, job printer. 
Thompson & Duff, publishers' agents. 
Forbes & King, bankers and exchange 

dealers. 
John E. SpafTord, dealer in standard 
sewing machines. 
" A. Christie, accountant, patent and 

commission agent, &c. 
•' Chaa. W. Grossmith, ^wrfumer. 
" Young Men's Christian Association 
rooms, F. W. Kingstone, Librarian. 
86 & 88 Lyman &Macnab, general hardware. 
40 E. Harris, china, glass and quecnsware. 
William Armstrong, artist and civil 

engineer. 
Dunspaugh & Watson, chemists and 

druggists. 
James Bain, bookseller and stationer. 
McClelland & Co., stencil-cutters. 
Thomas Wheeler, wood engraver. 
William M. Clark, barrister. 



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48 



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62 
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74 



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CaTuidian Journal of Ccmmeree, IL T. 
Broomfield k Co., publishers. 

H. J. Morse & Co., oankera andex- 
change dealers. 

Toronto street intersects 

62 k 54 Rice Lewis k Son, wholesale and 
retail hardware. 

Beatty & Chadwick, barristers. 

John Cunavan, attorney. 

Brown's Bank, W. R. Brown k Co., 
proprietort. 

Adam Miller, bookseller and stationer. 

William A. Lyon, photographer. 
" David Roberts, patent agent and archi- 
tect. 
" Patton k Co., importers crockery and 

glassware. 
66 k 68 Brown Brothers, importing and 
manufacturing stationers. 

Bell & Co., book and job printers. 

Spirit of the Age office. 

Boyd k Stayner, barristers. 

A. Dixon & Soi. "'llery hardware. 

Victoria Gold Alii.iig Co., J. H. 
Baker, asst. secretary. 

Atkinson k Boswell, barristers. 

J. Blackball, book -binder. 

Hen ry Rowsell, bookseller and stationer. 

Church Society's office, W. P. Atkin- 
son, secretary. 

John E. Rose, barrister. 
Star Life Assurance Company, Joieph 
Gregory, agent. 

Josejih Curran, barrister. 

C. W. Coates, clerk Wesleyan book- 
room. 

Wesleyan bookroom. Rev. S. Rose, 
steward. 

James E. Day, accountant, &c. 

James E. Day, instructor of the science 
of accounts, computations, corres- 
pondence, penmanship, and lec- 
turer on business customs. 

Richard Lewis, instructor of phonogra- 

{)hy and elocution, the Eii£,iish 
angunge and literature, and lec- 
turer on political economy, histoiy, 
&c. 

Robert Sullivan, M.A., barrister, lec- 
turer on mercantile law. 

Mons. Emile Pemet, instructor in the 
French lang-aage. 

W. H. Vandersmissen, instructor in 
the German language. 
. Ben. B. Toye, instructor in telegraphy. 

Henry Joseph, exchange and money 
broker. 

Union Building Society, Wm. Piper, 
secretary. 

Office General Hospital, J. W. Brent, 
secretary. 

R. B. Miller, Attomey-at-law. 

Pellat tt Osier, stock brokers, insu- 
rance agents, accountants, &c. 



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83 J. Rordans, Hw stationer. 

90 W. A. White, Hewing machine dealer. 

92 W. M. Westmacott, agent Commercial 
Union Fire and Life Ass. Co. 

" C. J. Campbell, banker and broker. 

94 Josias Bray, banker, broker, and gen- 
eral Ooean passenger agent. 

96 S. C. Duncan-Clark & Co., general 
agents. 

" Motts' lubricating oil, S. C. Duncan- 
Clark & Co., agents. 

" Lancashire Insurance Company, S. C. 
Duncan-Clark & Co., agents. 

ChurcJt street intersects 

St. James' Cathedral. 
118 Davidson, McVittie & Co., importers 

of coach and saddlery haidware. 
120 Vacant store. 
122 John Eastwood k Son, dry goods and 

clothing. 
124 Charles Dawbarn & Co., seedsmen and 

florists. 
126 Andrew Kutlierford, hardware. 
128, 130 and 132 Hughes & Co., importers 

of dry goods. 
124 William Mitcliell, in)porters of dry 

goods. 

Francis street intersext^ 

136 and 138 Thomas Thompson & Son, im- 
porters of ilry goods, and manufac- 
turers of clothing and shoes. 

140 Peters & Donald, grocers. 

142 0. Wardell, auctioneer and commission 
merchant. 
" Joseph Roberts, tailor. 

144 John Hoilingsworth, photograph r. 

146 J. & T. Lumbei's, grocers. 

148 J. & J. I'aterson, manufacturers boot 
and shoes. 
'* James Armstrong, grocer. 

Nelson street intersects 

160 William Strachan k Co., wholesale and 
retail giocers, wine and spirit deal- 
ers. 

162 Vacant store. 

154 Vacant store. 

166 John Meade, wliolesale and retail hard- 
ware. 

158 James Likens, prop. Clyde Hotel. 

160 Samuel Harris, boot and shoemaker. 

162 and 164 Swan Brothers, wholesale and 
retail grocers. 

166 S. & G. Rogers, saw manufacturers and 
machinists. 

168 Mrs. Martha Kennedy. 

170 Lawson k Hargiave, grocers. 

172 Mrs. Alice Monkhouse, ))ron. Eastern 
Hotel. 

George street intersects 

174 T. Laugton, & Co., boots and shoes. 
176 Thomas Hopkirk, millinery and dress- 
making. 



178 Thomas Faragher, watchmaker. 

180 L. Walters, broker, new and second- 
hand store. 

182 Geo. Kcnuardson, gun and rifle maker. 

184 Mrs. Catherine Sweet 

186 Daniel McMillan, laborer. 

188 Mrs. Margaret Mc^lanus. 

192 John Kitcnie, plumber, steam and gas- 
fitter, and brass founder. 

194 G. L. Hulme, furniture dealer. 

196 John McCormack, furniture dealer. 

Frederick street intersects 

202 Canada Companys' Office. 

206 William Hewlett, carpenter. 

208 Jas. Riding. 

210 Ady Blumenthal, general dealer. 

212 Thomas Griffith, house agent. 

21 4 Alexander McDonald, messenger Crown 
Lanil's Department. 

216 James Emeraon, second-hand store. 

218 Mi's. Ellen Moloney, fancy goods store. 

218 Timothy O'lA'ary, tinsmith. 

Caroline street intersects , 

220 Samuel Coxon, sausage-maker and 
grocer. 

222 John ('orcornii, boot and .shoemaker, 

224 Thos. Langston, boot and shoemaker, 

226, 228, 230 A. Miller, new and second- 
hand clothing. 

232 Richard Watson, tinware, 

234 Jory Samuel, photogriii)lier. 

236 William Couch, shoemaker. 

238 Frank Rnsar, moulder. 
" (). Wardell, auctioneer. 

240 John Soleder, undertaki-r. 

242 Robert Adams, boarding-liouse. 

244 John Slapplebeck, butcher. 

246 Wm. R. Parkes, grocer. 



.Princess street intersects. 



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248 Joseph Duo;gaii, 

250 Taylor & Shipley, wholesale collar and 

gig saddle manufactory. 

Vacant lot. 

2 "5 4 Chas. Rodgers, laborer. 

256 Thos. Hall, second-band broker. 

258 Michael Curry, l)oot and shoemaker. 

260 Benjamin Carto, fancy goods. 

" Mrs. U. Carto, manufacturer of hair 

jewellery. 

262 Wm. E. Gates, fruit store. 

" Angus Sutherland, driver city express. 

264 S. M. Solomon, millinery and fancy 

store. 

* 
Ontario street intersects 

266 Wm. Ablitt, grocer. 
268 Simon Woodworth, clerk. 
270 John Morse, cattle dealer. 
272 Franklin Herman, jieddler. 
274 Robt. Bradford, flour and feed. 
276 James J. Vance, barrister. 
278 Thomas CUarkson, gi-ain and commis- 
sion merchant. 

Vacant lots. 



watchmaker. 

r, new and second- 

i;un and rifle maker. 

eet. 

laborer. 

Manus. 

ibt-r, steam and gaa- 

founder. 
itiire dealer, 
furniture dealer. 

intersects 

omce. 

•arpenter. 

;enoral dealer. 

)use agent. 

Id, messenger Crown 

lent. 

•ond-liand store. 

yf, fancy goods store. 

tinsmith. 

in/crsfcts , 

sausage-maker and 

t and shoemaker, 
lot and shoemaker, 
r, new and second- 

nwave, 

igriii)her. 

jeniaker. 

ler. 

leer. 

ftaker, 

rding-liouse. 

nitcher. 

)cer. 

ntcrsccts 

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holeside collar and 
factory, 
ot. 
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and slio(!maker. 
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nuiiicturer of hair 

store. 

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•288 



290 
292 



294 
29« 
298 
300 



306 

aio 

312 



Wm. Matthews, soapnnd candle manu- 
facturer. 
Wm. H. Hoatty, barri.stcr. 
Alfio Dtidriissi .iiiaunini'i; rij»(?nt. 
Geo. Defirassi, M.I). 

licrkflfy street iiitersrds 

Jainea Hislio]), hotel propri(!tnr. 
John Spurgi'on, boot ami .slionniakor. 
Mrs. Hannah Hlox.soiii. widow Daniel. 
Hobt. Taylor, .shoetnaki-r. 
W. K, Do.ssor, grease manufacturer. 

Vacant lot. •" 

C'hnrle.H Hums, ice dealer. 
Vacant bousi;. 
Jame,! Wainwright, boot and shoe 

maker, 
.lame.s Hatrey, tailor. 
Vacant house. 
New houses Ijuilding. 

Pari ia lit f)i I street iiitcrstrt^ 

William Copland, brewer. 

Private ^{rounds. 
324 ficorgo I'attcrsoii, hatter. 
326 k 323 William Wcoton, butcher. 

Pourr street iufcrifrts 

330 Andrew Muf]i]iy, groceries, wines, 
liquors, kr. 

Vai'iiiit lot. 
Robert I'aul, cab driver. 
James O'Dea, prop "Albert Inn." 
Kichanl I 'glow, laborer. 
Michael liyan, laborer. 
David I'riestley. 
(Seorge Hrown, groi'cr. 
Michael Coiiners, laborer. 
" John Power, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 

I'iiie street intersi'cts 

James Lumsden, grocer. 
Stublcs. 

Vacant lots. 
384 Thomaa H. Noble, railway contrartor. 
388 & 390 George Manson, gardener. 
394 James Kerr, laborer. 
396 Robert Htevenson, weighma.ster, Ham- 
ilton's wharf. 
Primitive Methodist Church. 

.Bright street intersects 

404 Jolm Shaw. 

408 J. G. Dickson, dry goods salesman. 

410 Thomas Victor, blacksmith. 

Sumach street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Wm. Quigley, laborer. 
John Joy, butcher. 
James Green, carpenter. 
Wm. Cowser, laborer. 
Wm. Ddvey, porter. 
St«phen Jackman, watchman Goodcr- 
nam k Worts. 

t 



336 
338 
340 
342 
344 
346 
348 



420 



Vacant lots. 

John Ilrislow, bricklayer. 
436 Henry Lennox, grocer. 
438 Henry Hurge, peddler. 
" John Tennant, packer. 
440 John Irwin, book-keeper. 
442 Thomas Polk, car repairer G. T. R. 
444 Joseph Bailey, shoemaker. 

Vacant house. 
448 F. H. Medcalf, Ahlerman. 
4.')0 Mrs. Sarah Tai>.scott. 
456 llobt. Ferguson, laborer. 
458 Arthur Tillin, glue manuracturer. 
4«0 Wm. C. Cook. 
462 Tobia.s Ilenrich, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 



Jlivcr street iuterseda , 

Vacant lots. 
.Quten street intersects. 
..Ixtrer Don intersects.. 



King itrset East South ild*. 

Comiucnces ut Yvnge ami runs east to 
jiivcr. 



Don 



11 
13 
15 
17 



C. 
F. 
W. 



John Kay, dry goods and ciirpets. 
Henry Graham k Co., carpets and oil 

cloths. 
J. G. Joseiih k Co., watchmakers, 
jewellers and silversmiths. 
k W. Walker, merchant tailors and 
clothiers. 

k E. Guiithi'r, wat(di and clock 
materials. 

Wharin k Co., watches, cloi ks and 
Jewellery. 
Henry P. IJrumell, chemist and drug- 
gist. 
A. & S. Nordheimer, music publishers, 
and dealers in musical instruments, 
and 19 W. C. Chewitt & Co., pub- 
lishers, book-sellers, printers, litho- 
graphers, bookbinders, ic. 
21 and 23 \V. A. Murray k Co., dry goods, 

millinery, &c. 
2.5 Wm. Arthurs k Co., dry goods, k<\ 
Jas. R. Hay, jihotographer. 
Jas. Haylis 1 Co. , carpets &oilcloth.s. 
" Geo. li. Elliot, surgeon dentist. 
" Noveire & Smith, i>]iot<)gva|ihers. 
33, 35 and 37 Robert Walker k Son.s, dry 
goods, clothing, &c. 
Sam'l (Jraliam, dry goods and clothing. 
Ja.s. Spooner, cigars and tobacco. 
Jas. E. Ellis & Co., watchmakers and 

jewellers. 
Robt. \V, Anderson, photographer. 
" William Myers, surgeon dentist. 
47 ami 49 Merrick k Bros., dry goods. 
61 Janes, Bray ley & Newcombe, drj goods 

and millinery. 
514 Cosgrave & Co., ale vaulja. 
63 Robt. Beaty & Co., exchange brokers. 



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31 



39 
41 
43 

45 



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08 Alfio DeGraMi, broker, insurance and 

general agent 
" Robt. 0. Trotter, lurgeon uentiit. 
" Jaa. Penrose, photogntp)>er. 
05 Coleman It Co., hattrrit and fun'ieri. 
07 Wakefield, Coate k Co., auctioneers 

ard commission merchants. 

09 John Catto k Co., dry goodii and mil- 

linenr. 
61 Adam, Stevenson k Co., bookoellers, 
stationers and publishers. 



Leader, Patriot, Xewi of A« H'uk 
and Watchnum. 

James Bcaty, M.P., imblisher and 
proprietor Daily Leader, (morning. ) 

Evening Leader, Weekly Leader, 
Patriot, News of the IVtek, Watch- 
man. 



William Freeland, Imrrister. 

Wilkin B. Butler, house and land 
agent. 

AVilliam B. Nichol, barrister, &c. 

Morgan Coldwull, barrister, &c. 

Basting's Oold MiningCo. — Geo. B. 
Dawlwrn, Presid't ; J. P. Thomp- 
son, Secretary. 

Richard {.'nelling, L.L.B., barrister. 

William C/rionnor, photographer. 

William F. , artist. 
Change alley intersects 

66 George Harcourt, merchant tailor and 

clothier. 

67 Theodore C.Gagnicr, cigars and tobacco. 
69 Henry B. Fairfield, fountain restaurant. 
71 and 73 Glover Harrison, China Hull. 

77 Read & Boyd, barristers. 
'• Jonathan Brayshaw, photographer. 
" Chasi. Thompson, groceries, wines, and 

liquors. 
79 M. E. Snider, dentist. 
81 Alexander Leslie, boot and shoo manu- 
facturer and ilealer. 
83 Walter Rose, dry goods. 

86 Dominion Teleftruph Company. 

87 and 89 Geo. W. Carlisle, proprietor 

Terrapin Restaurant. 
91 Dickson, Crawford, & Smith, dry 

goods, &c. 
93 E. Law.soii t Sons, grocers and con- 
fectioners. 
95 R. Score k Son, merchant tailors. 
" W. C. Adams, D.U.S., dentist. 
97 James Scott, dry good.s. 
101 Vacant store. 
108 W. Rnss k Co., dry poods. 
Church street in'ersects 

106 Tcnison k Hunter, dry goods. 

107 Forrest & Lozo, photograjihers. 
" Willium Jiines, photographer. 

" Authony iikchford, boots and shoes. 



107 Cameron k Holmested, barristera. 
100 Jas. H. Rogers, hatter and furrier. 
Ill McCrosson k Co., hatters It furriers. 
113 Eli J. Palmer, photographic materials. 
116, 117, 119, 121 0. k J. W. Cox k Co., 

dry goods, millinery and clothing. 
1211 William Biltou, fruits, confectianery 

kv., ka. 

128 Henry BrownsoomTie, boots A ahoea. 

126 John Mehnrg, boots and shoes. 

127 AVilliam Williums, berlin wool store, 

&c. 

129 Marcus Fcintnch, watches k jewellery, 
131 Frederick CI. rke, boots and ahoos. 
133 Charles K. Rogers, hatter k furrier. 

136 James W. Millar, watches k jewellery. 

137 . Charles Bngg, photographer. 
" Samuel J. Hopkins, dentist. 

1 39 Edward Cooper, dry gooda. 

141 P. k N. Meladv, dry goods & clothing. 

146 David C. Butchart, photographer. 

146 James Foster k Son, general hardware. 

147 (Jeorge McConkey, photographer. 

" Pulaski k Martin, dry gootls and cloth- 
ing. 

149 John Barron, boots and slioea, 

151 Francis O'Dea, clothier. 

153 T. W. Pringle k Co., dry goods, jiilli- 
nery and clothing. 

West Market square intersects 

155 k 157 I.ynmn, Elliot k Co., whole- 
sale and retail druggists. 
St Lawrence Hall. 

Licensed Victuallers' Association rooms. 
Joseph Riddell, caretaker, Hall. 
St. Lawrence Arcade. 
Marcus Slicwan, books and stationery. 
169 Shnver& Bell, dry goods & clothing. 
J61 B. Gralmm, dry goods and clothing. 
East Market square intersects 

163 William Stm<liaii, groceries & liquors, 

165 Chandler i Platts, dry goods & cloth 
iiig. 

167 Hugh Miller k Co., chemists k drug 
gists. 

1C9 George Hodgins, watches & jewellery. 
'' Joseph Davids, chemist k druggist. 

171 Hciiiy Crumpton, wholesale confec- 
tioner. 

173 Vacant store. 

175 Mrs. v.. Mercer, (col.) eating hnu.se. 

177 William Westniaii, saw sharpener. 

179 William Hessin, wholesale confectioner. 

181 Robert Malcom, saddles, harness and 
trunks. 

183 Ale.\ander Hamilton, painter k paper 
hanger. &c. 

185 Thomas Tlionipson, saddles, harness 
and trunks. 

George street intersects ' 

189 Mtirdoch Gunn, crockerj'. 
191 Francis Louder, confectioner. 



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uted, barriaten. 
itter and ftirrier. 
hattara k furriera. 
3toffnmbic material*. 
k J. W. Cox k Co., 
liiiery and clothing, 
ruita, confectiaoery 

ib«, boota ftahoeai 

its and ahoea. 

I, b«rlin wool atore, 

wat(!he8 ti jewellery, 
boota and ahooa. 
, hatter k furrier, 
ivatchea k jewellery, 
togrnpher. 
i, (lenliat. 
■y gooda. 

Ii y gooda k clothing, 
t, photographer, 
n, gifncral hardware, 
photographer, 
dry gootla and doth- 

) and ahocfl. 

tliier. 

o., dry gooda, Jiilli- 

ng- 

are intcmectji 



[Ulliot k Co., whole- 
Iruggiata. 

' Association rooms, 
taker, Hall. 

iks and stationery, 
ry goods & clothing, 
goods and clothing. 

ire inlfrsecta 

gror-eriesA liquora. 
dry goods k cloth- 

. , chemists k drug- 

ntrhe.s & JDwellcry. 
mist & druggist, 
whiilesjile confec- 



3I.) eating house. 
ROW sliarjiencr. 
olcsale confectioner, 
dd'cs, harness and 

n, j)ttinter k pajier 

1, saddles, harness 



nter sects... 

ukeiy. 
I'ectioner. 



TORONTO CITY DIRJfCTORY. 



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198 
195 



manufacturer of 



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VA 
SOS 

205 
207 
209 
211 
213 



C. J. Whitehouae, 

tinwHte. 
Andrew HcFAm'n,groccriea and provi- 

aiona. 
199, Thomna O'Connor, groceriea and 

provisions. 
•John Bond, itahinet ware. 
Robert Briggs, gunamith. 
Barron William, l)oot and shoemaker. 
George Brydon, confectioner. 
John Bond, dealer in cabinotware. 
llnbert Bradford, flour and feed. 
Jacob Wardell, aecond-hund broker. 

Frederick street intersects 

216 John Mason, boots and shoes. 

217 Patrick Kllis, grain buyer. 
221 Thomiis Donegan, eabjdrivcr. 

" r Mrs. K. I^eary. 
225 Terence Mct'alH), tavern -keejK-r. 
Thomas riegg, fruit store. 
Francis Sullivan, undertaker, 
llobcrt Boyd, grocer and contractor. 
Meyers k Levy, Hu.ssian tailors. 
John Island, piup. Sligo Inn. 
Caroline street interseits 

John Terry, produce merchant. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
W. Di.\on, flour and feed. 
Thfuldcus ()'(.'onnor, chemist and dnig- 

gist 
John Stevenson, tailor. 
'ill. Silvas, h-,n less -maker. 

Vacant lots. 

Princess stre^it intersects 



331 
336 
337 
843 



227 
229 
231 
233 
235 

237 
239 

249 
251 



253 



363 

355 
367 
369 



373 
<« 



259 



26.S 
265 
271 



Patrick McOraw, boot-closer. 
Mrs. Sarah .1. Vauburen, confectioner. 
Orlando Vanburen, brush-maker. 
Jiimes O'Brien, cooperage. 
Kirstbrooki Uced, carpenters & joiners. 
Ucoi'ge Watts, dairyman. 
Vacant lots. 

% Ontario street, intersects 

Vacant lots. 
285 ficoige Liiidlaw, grain in> rohant. 
Private grounds. 

Berkcleti nireet inlersrcts 

• Vaeaiit lots. 
Donald ITowlctt, shoeiiiaktsr. 
Miss Cook, mantlc-makcr. 
William ('anii>bell, blacksmith. 
311 Mrs. Ilartigaii. 
•313 W. J. Barr, boot and shocmiiker. 
315 .lolin Jlerdi, groceries and provisions. 

" Vv^illiain Kelley, lime incrcliant. 
317 Wm. Liston, groceries and provisions. 

Parliaincnt street intersects 



327 and 1529 Wm. AVright, prop. Welcome 
Home Inu. 



Francis Bcule, hotel-keeper. 

Vacant lota. 
Oeorffe Wilkiiut, gro<;erieN uud pro- 

vTsiona. 
Kiuhanl Lund, chemist and druggiat. 

Vacant lots. 
Ituv. A. Sanson, incumbent Trinity 
Church. 

I Erin street intersects 

Trinity Church. 

Trinilii street inttrstets 

H. Liiwis, ice merchant, 

Michael McLaughlan, sailor. 

Francis Stephenson, blacksmith. 

Kinerson Coataworth, builder. 

Carpenter's shop and lumber yard. 
Vacant lots. 

Thomas Dulaney's cooiwrage. 

Thomiw Wutt, laborer. 

Henry Tilley, lab<irer. 
Vacant lots. 

Richard Raycroft, laborer, 
r James Whelan, ragman. 

Vacant house. 
Pine streH intersects 



386 Thomas Delany, groceries and prolri- 

sions. 

387 James Bergen, butcher. 
389 Dennis Slurphy, laborer. 
391 William Wilson, tailor. 

" John Hodden, cattle dealer. 
393 ilr-s. John O'Keefe. 
395 A. D. Cole, machinist. 
Vacont house. 

Lane intersecis 



401 r Thomas Mcllroy, laborer. 
John Barey, laborer. 
Sanniel Virgin, cooper. 
John Marks, laborer, 
.lohn Sei'son, laborer. 
.Foseph Shuter, carpenter. 
Mrs. Ann Donnelly. 
Michael Donnelly, cab driver. 
Tlionia.s Ivhvards, butcher. 
George Pnngburii, carpenter. 
Williani Farley, miller. 
Private grounds. 
John Armitage, builder. 
John J. Cameron, foreman rolling mill, 
William (,'rcighton, machinist. 
Thos. Sutton, heater rolling mills. 
John Fee, grocer and liquor dealer. 
Siimadi street intersecLs 

Vacant lota. 
John Wilson, chimney inspector. 

Vacant lot 
Presbyterian Sabbath School. 
Mrs. Ann Gee, confectioher. 
Edward Kilburle, blacksmith, 
John Frame, laborer. 
Joseph Fee, groceries and liquors. 



409 



413 



423 



429 



437 



439 



443 
445 
449 
451 



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100 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



483 
485 
489 



Vacant lots. 

Don street intersects 

Jas. Kingsberry, groceries and liquors- 
Pleasure grounds. 

Mrs. Mary inn Joslin, charwoman. 
Alfred Medcalf. 
E. & A. Medcalf, props. Don Foundry. 

Jtiver Don intersects 






6 
8 

10 
12 



King itrMt Wait— North side. 

Gmnmences at Yunge and runs to the Crystal 

Palace. 

2 M. Staunton k Son, importers and 

manufacturers of paper hangings. 

William Henderson, insurance agent. 

Etna Fne and Marine Insurance Co., 

William Henderson, agent. 
Reliance Mutual Lifi; Insurance Co., 

AVilliam Henderson, agent. 
11. Car.swell, photographer, &c. 
Jos. McCausland, glass stainer and 

paptr-hanger. 
E. Bach, saddler. 

E. Morrison, gold and silversmith and 
jeweller. 

124 Farquliar Morison, merchant tailor. 
14 Charles Carnegie, watchmaker and 
jeweller. 

Vacant lot. 
L. J. Lalor, locksmith and .'iKfemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Henry Bailey, sole agent C. W. Wil- 
liams & Co., wax thread sewing 
machines. Singers improved sewing 
machines and Lambs' knitting 
machines. 
J. T. Bailey, hairdresser. 
Lane intersects 

30 English Chop House and City Restau- 
rant, M. A. Thomas, prop. 
80 r Allan Gibson, .salesman, 
r Susan Wilson, wid. David. 
Vacant house. 
82 Wm. Meagher, oil lamps, &c. 
824 Henry Nelson, hair dressing .saloon. 
84 Daniel David, tailor. 
86 Wm, Dever, butcher. 
38 John Reid, wholesale fruit, fish and 

oysters. 
'40 Turf Club Hotel, James Carson, prop. 
" r Henry Doane, livery stable. 
42 J. R. Brown, boot and shoemaker. 
44 Victoria saloon, John Smith, prop. 
40 H. Cobley, cack factory. 

William Cawthra. 
Bay street intersects 

64 Metropolitan Hotel, Thos. Brown, prop 
Henry Lindsay, grocer. 
J. Coleman k Sons, cabinet organ and 

melodeon manufacturei-s, 
J. B. Marshall, (colored) barber. 



22 



28 



28i 



66 



68 



60 Wm. Cottrell, tinsmith. 
62 Thos. Rutledge, ale and porter vaults. 
70, 72 Dixon Bros., carriage builders. 
Vacant lot.s. 
George Fhipps, cabinet maker and 

broker. 
Hunter, Rose & Co., parlia-ne <tarjr 
printer!. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Mary Downy, boarding house. 
James I'eland, cigar and pop store. 

Vacant lots. 
Walter Thrall, boarding house. 
Jas. O'Brien, armory sergt. drill shed. 
Shakspeare Hotel, J. A-. Grady, prop. 



84 



116 
116} 

126 
128 



. York street intersects. 



130 Justus Dunn, wholesale and retail, 
oysters, fruit game & conTactionery. 

132 Mrs. Daley, grocery. 

134 Geo. W. Smith, barber, 
r John H. Anderson, carter. 

136 Joseph C. Clarke, giocer. 

1 40 A. Matheson, chemist and druggist. 

142, 144 William Jones, liutcher. 

148 Montreal House, W. k J. Graham, 
proprietors. 

150 R. D. Ewing, photographic artist. 

162 W. H. Harris, dyer. 
" Wm HaiTison, waiter. 

154 Mrs. Hannah Mclhoy, confectioner. 

156 Edwin Smith, hotel keeper. 

158 Francis Middlcton, baker and confec- 
tioner. 

160 Vacant house. 

162 Samuel Loane, hotel keeper. 

164 Alexander I^Iurdoch, buntUaaster. 

166 Thomjjson MoCleary, clerk. 

168 Mrs. Rebecca Mitchell. 

170 James '5oi'lton, barrister. 

172 Mrs. Jones, widow Charles. 

174 Patrick Glccson, oil refiner, 

176 John Street. 

178 Mi.ss Cumming, dressmak<T. 

180 D. Mitchell McDonald, barrister. 

182 Mrs. Sarah Gil)son. • 

184 Mrs. Daniels. 
" John E. Smith, M.D., physician and 
surgeon. 



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188 
190, 



Brigade Major's office. 
His Excellency the Lt. Governor's office. 
Major-General Commanding, " 

The Commandants' *' 



■ John Ridley, clerk. 
Volunteer Militia Brigade office. 
James Kei-shaw, caretaker. 
192.1. W. Brown, proprietor Britiah 
Hotel. 



Simcoe street intersects. 

Upper Can la College. 



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smith. 

le and portor vnultfl> 

image fiuilders. 

lots. 

cabinet maker and 

Co., parlie-ne itarjr 

lots. 

, boarding house. 
iir and pop store, 
lots. 

irding house. 
)ry sergt. drill shed. 
J. A-. Grady, prop. 
intersects 

hokbale and retail, 
ime & conroutionery. 

■y. 

irber. 
, carter, 
gi'ocer. 

iiist and druggist, 
butcher. 
\V. k J. Graham, 

:ograpliic artist. 

r. 

ter. 

lioy, confectioner. 

il keeper. 

I, baker and confec- 



el keeiier. 
h, bundiiiaster. 
rv, clerk, 
hell, 
rrister. 
Charles. 
il refiner. 

essmakiT. 
>nald, barrister. 



r.D., physician and 



ice. 

Lt. Govenior's office, 

imauding, " 



Iriginle office, 
re taker, 
proprietor British 



intersects. 
egc. 



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308 



490 
492 
494 

408 



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812 



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Private grounds. 

John street intersects 

John A. Patterson, barrister 
William McMurrich, barriste.-. 
William M. Clark, banister. 
Richard Hall, hardware merchant. 
Re7. Doctor Michael Willis, D.D. 

Vacaiit lots. 
Allan McLean. 
Samuel B. Harman, barrister. 

Peter street intersects 

Shedden's stables. 
George McKnight, groom. 

Charlotte street intersects 

Alexander Cormley, conductor G. W.R. 
Vacant lots. 

John Shedden, cartage agent G.T.R. 

Broekstiecl intersects 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
John O'Brien, carter. 

Brant street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
George Clark, cab proprietor. 

Vacant lots. j 

Portland street intersects 

Robert Quail, tireniau G.T.R. 
John Herbert, painter. 
Mrs. Mary Whittaker. 
Vacant houses. 
Robert Memory, tailor. 
Mrs. Margaret Barron. 
Michael Dillon, (J. T. R. 
Michael Bums, fireman G. T. R. 
Edwary Memory, tailor. 
Daniel Bell, cabinet-maker. 
Wm. Marshall, cu' driver. 

Vacant lots, 
Camnbell M. R. Mclveuzie, cashier J. 

Snedden. 
Hugh Mclntyre, mariner. 
Vacant house. 
Rear premises. 
Nicholas Carney, Ir borer. 
Davis McDonald, pensioner. 

Vacant lots. 



Bathurst street intersects . 



Private grouiuls. 
558 John Mon-ison, fireman G. T. R. 
560 Henry Horton, laborer (J. T, R, 

Private grounds. 
584 David Gellathy, blacksmith. 

Private grounds . 

Pat. Morrisey, Adjutant 13th Hussars. 

Private grounds. 

George Mack, engine-turner G, T, R, 

James Smith, carpenter G. T, K. 

John Doyle, laborer. 

Pat. Karanagb, laborer. 



640 



Tecuviseth street intersects . 

Vacant lot. 
James Clarke, laborer. 

Niagara street intersects. , , 

James Booth, contractor. 

Vacant lots. 
Crystal Palace. 



King street West— Soatb side. 

Commences at yonge,andnnis }Vest to Crystal 
Palace Grounds. 

1 W. H. Dow k Co., dry goods. 

8 Wm. Faulkner & Co., boots and shoes. 

" Patterson, Beaty, and Hamilton, 

banisters. 
'• Patterson k Beaty, banisters. 
5 Metropolitan Permanent Building So- 
ciety, Jas. Fraser, secretary and 
treasurer. 
7 Fulton, Jlichie, iCo., groceries, wines, 
and liquors. 
John Shanncssy. saloon. 
J. T. Rolph, engraver and lithographer, 
G. J. Fitzsimons, manufacturing 

jeweller. 
Baptist book room, Rev. H, Lloyd, 

Steward. 
John Hector, Q.C., barrister. 
Octavius Tiiompson, photographer. 
iFames Smith, architect. 
Prof, Chapman, assay office, 
Felix Drouillard, tobacconist. 
Joseph Robinson, jeweller. 
J. Riddell, merchant tailor. 

Jordan street intersects 



9 
11 



13 
15 
15 



19 and 31 Jacques k Hay, furniture ware- 
rooms. 

J. D. Linton, wooden-ware and fancj 
goods. 

George C'arter, hair-dresser, 

David Wilson, boots and shoes. 

Wm. Klopp, tobacconist. 

Alex. Shaw, leiuling library and sta- 
tionery. 

Entrance to Shades Hotel and Dining 
Rooms. 

The Misses Bates' ladies hair establish- 
ment. 

R. T. Pockuell. confectioner. 

A. S. Irving, bookseller and stationer. 
R. B. Butland, music and musical in- 
struments. 

Alexander A. Allan, importer. 
J, L. Lizars, M.D., surgery. 
William Windeat, photographer. 
J. W. Bridgman, portrait painter. 

B. Irwin, portrait painter. 
Mrs. R. A. Rockwell, portrait painter, 
James McGinn, prop. City Billiard 

Parlor. 
E. Hooper k Co., chemists and drug- 
fists. 



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26 

27 

20 



31 

33 
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37 

39 



41 
48 



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4S »nd 46 J. W. £lliot, dentist. 
" O. T. Berthon, portrait painter. 

G. WW. Booth, house and sign painters. 

James Park, provision dealer. 

R. S. Thompson, stationery and fancy 
goods. 

D. S. & B. Adams, gents' funiishing 
goods. 

R. Phillips, carver nnd gilder. 

Jas. W. Gale, gents' furaisbing goods. 

Robt. Connor, manager J. W. Gale. 

Bay street intersects 



47 
49 



51 

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67 



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Robertson & Cook (J. Ross Robertson 

and Jas. B. Cook) proprietors. 
Alex. Belford, book-keeper. 
Henry Smallpioce, collector. 
James Dilwortli, " 

C. Tyncr, editor. 
G. R. Kingsmill, assist, editor. 
J. M. Trout, commercial editor. 
J. r. Thompson, reixirter. 
Wm. UeVere Hunt, foreman 

department. 
"\V. J. Hambly, foreman news depart- 
ment. 
Robt. Davis & Co., grocers and liquor 

dealers. 
John H. Swann, baby linen and ladies' 

outtitting. 
W. R. Roberts, jeweller. 
J. 0. Wood, chemist and druggist. 

C. S. Hayman, mtrdiant tailor. 
H. L. Piper, cigais and tobr.cco. 
John Seels, saloon. 

Sam'l Hamiuond, baker and confec- 
tioner, 
(■harles Bansley, hair-dresser. 
Edward Dack, boots and shoes. 

D. W. Smith, Toronto l)ye Work.s. 
Geo. Harding, plumber and gasfittcr. 
R. W. Laird, carver and gilder. 

81 Henry J. Kerby, saloon, cigars and 

tobacco. 
83, & 85 Walter Rose, dry goods. 
87 C. S. GzowskiitCo., oHicc of Toronto 

Rolling Mills. 
" D. L. McPherson. 
" Hari)er&Son, architects. 
" Cameron, Hanuan & Murray, bar- 

" W. G. Storm, architect. 
" Mrs. Mary Meager, c >retaker. 
*' James Hansel, caretaker. 
89 B. Saunders, merchant tailor. 
93 A. K. Boomer, commis«ion merchant 

and ageni Fairbanks' scales. 
P. M. C-'lark, merchant tailor. 
Alex. Gemmell, boots and shoes. 
George Coleman, confectioner. 
Royal Lyceum, Geo. Holman, Icbbcr 
and manager; J. R. Spaekman, 
acting and stage manager. 
Queen's Uwu Hotel, Robert Tayjor, 
proprietor. 



103 
105 



107 

109 
111 

113 
115 



M 
S 

s 



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H. E. Clarke, trunks and Talises. 

Heintzman& Co., piano forte manufac< 
turers. 

George A. Walton, agent AVlieeler and 
Wilson's sewing machines. 

Edward H. Hamlin, fruits, confection- 
cry, &c. 

D. S. Keith, plumber and gasfitter. 

John Reid, fruits, ice cream and oys- 
ters. 

J. Leslie, boots and shoes. 

Vacant hotel. 

1 Miss M. Hodgins, millinery and 

dressmaking. 

2 Henry Walton, merchant tailor. 

3 Mrs. L. C. Mendon, agent for On* 

tario, for Howe's Sewing Machines. 

4 Wm. Hall, dry goods and millinery. 

5 H. I'erlich &Co., cigars and tobacco. 

6 and 7 J. H. Stevenson k Co., r.holo- 

siile piano and music store. 

8 Pearson & IJro., fancy goo<ls. 

9 Alexander Kobert.son, bootmaker. 

10 Jas. E. Withers, agent Lake Superior 

Silver Mines. 

11 Hobt. Jordan & Co., grocci-s. 



V&rk street iiitcrstds. 



Revere House, Riley & Jlay, props. 
Vacant lots. 
163 Hall & Co., larriage-buildera. 
165 Francis Locke, grocer. 

" William Seymour, employee G.T.R. 
167 B. A. Campton, butcher and pork- 

packer. 
109 Theodore N. Wilson. 
171 William Loniio, >)oot and shoemaker. 
173 ilrs. B. Mitchell, groceries and pro- 
visions. 
175 Cuming & Wells, idumber.s and ga«- 
tittcrs. 

Mrs. Jane Harris. 

John Brown, commercial traveller. 

Maf.hew, Evoy, tailor. 

Arthur Devlin, laborer. 

Mrs. Ann Jane Davis. 

George Davis, confectioner, 

Thomas Bond, lock-fitter. 

Jo.seph Barclay, shocmuker. 

John Harvey, cook. 

James Harvey, porter. 

John Acton, shoemaker. 

Williant Savage, shoemaker. 

John Uiquhart, laborer. 

John Tisdalc, clerk. 

Mrs. Alice McKenna. 

Albert Sparks, shoemaker. 

Vacant house. 

James Kews, laborer. 

Mrs. Mary Crombio. 

Michael Pickett, laborer. 
183 William Lamb, builder. 
185 Vacant house. 
187 Vacant house. 



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H 



iks and valisea. 
piano forte manufac* 

agent AVlieelcr and 
g machinca. 
n, fruits, confection- 

h('T and gasfitter. 
ice cream and oys- 

d shoes. 

fins, millinery and 

merchant tailor, 
ndon, agent for On- 
's Sewing Machines, 
goods and millinery, 
cigars and tobacco, 
unson k Co. , v.holo- 
aiusic store, 
fancy gooils, 
itson, bootmaker, 
agent Lake Sui)orior 

Co. , groccre. 

hitcrsscts 

t'y k ilav, props, 
lots. ' 
?e-builders. 
cer. 

employee G.T.U. 

butcher and pork- 

on. 

)ot and shoemaker, 
groceries and pro- 

pluuibers and ga«- 



lerciiil traveller. 

lilur. 

lorer, 

vis. 

ectioner, 

{-fitter. 

ocmiiker. 

ler. 
laker. 
luemaker. 
jorer. 

lift, 
imakor. 



borer, 
ilder. 



TOttONTO GWPY BIftECTORY. 



lOS 



Emily street intcraects. 

Vacant lota. 
Simeoe street intersects 

Attorney-General's office, Hon. John 
Sanfield McDonaid, Q.C.. Attorney- 
General. 

Executive Council offino. 

Government buildings. 

W, J, Smith, caretiker Attoniey-Gen- 
eral's olfice. 

Main Ouanl Room, 29tli Regiment. 
Vacant lots. 



281 
283 

285 
287 
290 
297 

305 
307 
809 
311 



Dorset street intersects , 



King street barracks. 

King street barrack grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
Ezra Ludlow. 
Hon. I'hilip M. M. S. Vankoughnet, 

Chanoelior of Ontario. 
Mrs. Anne Hughes. 
Vacant house. 

Germain. 
Massey Alcock, conductor G T.R. 

Vacant lots. 
G. W. Meelish, purveyor to the forces. 
Vacant house. 
Charles L. Kilner, P. L. S, 
Mrs. Arnold!, wid, of Dr. 

Peter street ■intersects , 

Vacant lots. 
Robert McMi lien, coachman, 
Christopher Gray, gardener. 

Vacaat lots. 
Brock street intersects 



Vacant lots, 
401 William Hawkins, P. L. S. 

Vacant loi.: 
425 C. C. Banks, mechanical engineer. 
429 Angus Dallas, fancy goods merchant. 
433 Mrs. Mary Scallion. 

Vacant lot. 
437 Samuel Searlc, fitter, N. R. C. 
439 Dennis Bnicken, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
461 Geo. Arkel, wood ooutractor C. T. R. 
463 Wm. Gamble, book-keeper N. R. C. 

Vacant lots. 
Peter Herlicrt, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 

Portland street intersects 

517 M. Octavus Miller, Captain Military 
Store Staff. 

Vacant lots. 
621 F. C. Ha.ssard, Co). Royal Engineers. 

Bathnrst street intersects 

637 Mrs. Mary Anne Short, prop. Wheat 
Sheai Inn. 

Vacant lots. 
fiM John Louney, labon<r. 

Vacant lots. 



John Donohoe, laborer, 
John Martin, laborer.. 
Vacant lots. 

Teeumseth Street iiUerseets. 

Vacant lots. 
611 Robert Thompson, engine-driyer, 
617 Mrs. Mary Gregory. 

Vacant lots. 

Niagara street intersects 

Brick-yard. 

George Townsley, brick-maker. 

Vacant lots. 
Jas. Whittaker, engine-driver G. T. R. 

Strachan A venue intersects 

Crystal Palace. 



Lennox street- North itAe. 

Commences at Borden and runs west to Hope, 

Vacant lots to end. 
Hope street intersects 

Lennox street— Sontli side. 
Commences at Borden and runs west to Hopt. 

Vacant lots. 
Lippincott street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Bathurst street intersects 



Vacant lots. 

Markham street intersects. , , 

John Price, brakeman G. T. R, 
James Robinson, mason, 

Ontario street West intersects . 

Vacant lots. 
Lumley Street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Hope street intersects 



Llpplnoott street— West ilde 

Commences at Nassau, and ru7is to northern 

limits. 

Vacant lots. 



Little Front street— North side. 

Commences at Parliament and runs to East- 
em limits. 
2 Charles Phypers, distiller, 
4 James O'Neil, laborer. 
6 David Needle, raalster. 
8 William Hambly, printer. 

Vacant lota. 
18 Joseph Scott, clerk. 
20 William Morton, laborer. 
22 Rev. K. Gooderham, Baptist minister. 
2i James Doran, rectifier of ipirits. 
Private grounds. 



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^?s 



I? 



104 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



54 

72 
74 
76 

S6 



Elisha Simkins, engineer. 
Henry Gooderham, distiller. 

Trin ity strut inter$e<:U . 

Priyate groundi. 

James Worts, distiller. 

Private sroands. 

George Webber, cooper. 

K. A. Smith, salesman. 

Henry W. Jackman, mariner. 

Priyate grounds. 

Mrs. Maigant Gortlon, widow. 

Mrs. A. Hiekey, widow. 



.Cherry street intersects. 



88 Patrick Connor, laborer. 
90 John McFadden, pork-packer. 
92 Jolm Morgan, butcher. 
94 Benjamin Stewart, fireman. 
96 Robert Cowan, i.oap-boiler. 
Vacant lots. 
102 David Gorman, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
120 Edward Kingston, signal-man G. T. R. 
122 Mrs. Ellen Moran, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
182 Alex. McVicar, boiler-maker G. T. R. 
134 John Finn, carter. 

Vacant lot. 
138 W. K. Henderson, miUwright. 
140 Mrs. Mary Fov, widow. 
142 Patrick Wulsli, laborer. 



East street intersects.. 



144 and 146 William Funston, prop. Grand 

Trunk Inn. 
148 Thomas Vcrncr, blacksmith. 
ISO John Morrison, potash maker. 
Vacant lots. 



.Beachell street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
.... Fiver Don. intersects.. 



Uttle Front itreet-South sld*. 

Commences at Parliament and runs to Eastern 
limits. 

Gooderham & Worts' distillery. 
George Morse, cattle dealer. 
63 Thomas Halliday, laborer. 

56 Joseph Gates, millwright. 

57 Mrs. R. Doran, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
61 Fitzhenry & O'Donohoe, distillers. 
Vacant lots. 



Chen-y street intersects. 

Toronto Rolling MiUs. 
East street intersects „ 



Don station G. T. R. 
Thomas Maher, station master G.T.R. 
James Tallen, assitant station master 
G.T.R. 



Commences at Brock and runs W*$t to 
Niagara. 

Vacant lots. 
314 Samuel Knowlton, miller. 
3141 Joseph Ryan, sailor. 
"' " Daniel Cunningham, baker. 
Vacant lots. 

Michael McNeill, musiciau. 

Vacant house. 

Mrs. Isabella Pedlow. 

Jamee Aiken, laborer. 

Hugh McClellan, engine driver N.R.C. 

J. Shields, blacksmith. 

Charles Wilson, engine driver. 

Thomas Lloyd, upholsterer. 

Robert Lester, engine driver N. R.C. 

Hugh Charlton, laborer. 



316 

324 

328 
330 
332 
334 
336 



338 
340 



Lane intersects.... 

Private grounds. 
Street intersects.. 



Vacant lota. 
William Dunn, blacksmith. 
Frederick Bard, clean?r 0. T. 
380 George Williams, carpentar. 
380J Joseph Holman, blacksmitli. 
Vacant lots. 

Portland street intersects . . 



Rear jircmlses. 
John Cook, boiler-nuiker. 
William Iiwin, laborer. 
Thomas Morgan, blacksmith. 
Alexander Phillips, laborer. 
.Fchn Moore, bricklayer. 
James Irwin, machinist. 

Vacant lots. 
Bathvrst street intersects . 



456 
464 
474 



484 
486 
488 



Vacant lots. 
Edward M. Carruthers, wharfinger. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick McKeown, machi'iist. 
Rear Scarlett's lumber yard. 
Mrs. Sophia Scarlett, (widow John). 

Vacant lots. 
Joseph Watson. 
Thomas Crokin, laborer. 
Patrick Crokin, sailor. 

Vacant lots, 



. Tecumseth street intersects. 
Vacant lots. 

. Niagara street intersects . 



Llttla Rlohmond itrMt -South ltd*. 

Comtnenees at Brock, and runs west to 
Niagara. 

Rear Temperance Hall.* 
Vacant lots. 
131 Mrs. Eliza Jane Brj-son, wid. Thomas. 
315 John Marcher, accountant. 
317 James Foster, foreman N. K.C. macbint 
•ho]). 



nd runs Wttt to 
I. 

>ts. 
naillcr. 

k, baker. 

its. 

lusiciau. 

»•. 

T. 

gine driver N.R.C. 

ith. 

ine driver. 

alsterer. 

le driver N.R.C. 

)rer. 

ects. 



rsecta, 

ts. 

ksmith. 

n?r G. T. R. 

rpeiitw. 

icksniith. 

is. 

ntersecta 



tiker. 
rur. 

cksinith. 
laborer. 

list, 
a. 

ntersecta. 



s. 



rs, wiiariinger. 
s. 

lacbiMist. 
!r yard, 
(widow John). 



rer. 

r. 



iterseets. 

I. 

tersects . 



-South ilda. 

il rvns tcest to 

\: 

m, wid. Thomaa. 

itant. 

'N.K.C'. machine 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



106 



319 "William Wood, builder. 

321 Edward Murphy, clerk N. R. C. 

323 Francis Walker, clerk G. T. R. , 

Vacant lot. 
327 William A«h, teamster. 
329 Robert Looe, boiler-maker. 
381 Arthur Turner, breakniun N. R. 
*'r John Haggarty, breakman G. T. 
*'r James Stewart, teamster. 
333 Mrs. Mary Lee, (widow James,) 
James Watson, cabinet-mcker. 
Robert Claude, builder. 
George Clements, builder. 
John Seanlan, landing waiter H 



C. 
K. 



335 
337 
339 
341 
343 
345 
347 
349 



Mrs. Margaret Baker, (widow 
Edward Kennedy, plasterer. 
Thomas Gray, gardener. 
Frederick Eagan, machinist. 



M. C. 

J an.) 



.Brant street in'erseds. 



357 James Pimm, conductor N. R. 
359 Frank Roh>h, engineer. 
Vacant lots. 



, Portland street intersects. 



397 William Smith, watchman G. W. R. 
399 Edward Shearer, signal-man G. T. R. 

Vacant lots. 
405 John Clarke, blacksmith. 
407 Nichol Cancss, brush-maker. 

Vacant lots. 
413 Timothy Lane, laborer. 
415 Michael Rosney, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
421 Michael Fitzpatrick, laborer. 
423 John Walsh, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
427 Henry Bennett, engi'er elevator N.R.C. 
459 Mrs. Jane Thomson, widow Thomas. 
431 Rol)ert Fergusson, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 

Bathurst street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
467 Peter Rilej , laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
479 Hamilton Crawford, carpenter. 
479| Mrs. Mary Harrison, widow Robert 
487 Michael Caton, laborer. 
489 Michael Kirwin, laborer. 

Teeumseth street intersects 

Mrs. Mary Flanagan, widow Michael, 

grocer. 
Wiuiam Jones, blacksmith. 
Vacant lots. 

606 Daniel Farrell. 

607 James Stanley, pensioner. 

Vacant lots. 
511 Felix O'Neil, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
617 James Bridgeman.baggage-mstr.O.T.R. 
S10 John McFce, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
St8 Hre. Margaret Carroll, wid. William. 



Vacant lots. 
629 Mrs. Jane Anderson, wid. William. 

" William Andeison, laborer. 
631 Martin Murphy, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
541 William Stephen, porter. 
643 William Clubb, checker G.T.R. 

Vacant lots. 



Ningora street intersects . 



toulsa street-North side. 
Commences at Yonge and runs west to Sayer. 

Rear premises. 
Lane intersects 

6 George H. Beaver, musicifin. 

8 John Coe, salesman. 

10 George Barton, builder. 

12 James Wilson, brush-maker. 

Lane intersects. 

20 John Bond, livery stable keeper. 
22 Henry D. Thomas, bookkeeper. 
24 Dennis O'Connor, hatter. 
28 John McGregor, carpenter. 
28 George Clark", sexton St. James'. 
30 Charles Wilson, baker & confectioner. 
32 Mrs. Catherine Dale, widow James. 
324 Joh" Bishop, butcher. 
' • r James Dillworth, bookkeeeper. 
34 r Peter Scott, stone-cutter. 
38 Thomas W^ilson, grocer. 
'* r Joseph Moore, laborer. 
40 r Thomas Durant, shoemaker. 
42 Miss McCord, yoi'ng ladies* priTate 
school. 



, Lane inJersects . 



Vacant house. 
46 Charles Gentleman, baker. 
48 Mrs. Sarah Johnston, widow. 

Rear premises. 

Terauley Street intersects .... 

Joseph Clegg, shoemaker. 
Rear premises. 
John Lee, shoemaker. 
Vacant lots. 
Henry Eagleton, tailor. 
George Oakley, gun-maker. 
John Sheppafd, shoemaker. 
William Ellis, porter. 
Vacant house. 
Rear premises. 

Elizabeth Street intersects. . . . 

Rear premises. 
88 r Samuel Townly, house painter. 
90 John Sleen, carter. 

Rear premises. 

Sayer street inttrseets 



56 

62 

72 
74 
76 
78 






f 



m 



im 



a «. ANDKittdN A CO.'S 



^Ottlu ttrMt-Oonth lids. 
C^ommeHOV at Fonjfd and runs toesl to Sayer 

P. H. Stewart, prop.' Stewart's Print- 
ing Olfice, fFcekly Vitilor Office. 
Rear premises. 

LaruinUnecta. 



9 Joseph Long, artist. 
11 William A. White, sewing machine 
dealer. 

15 Thomas W. Davis, e.tpressman. 

16 Hugh Stitt, carter. 

17 George MuCluiiky, michinist 
19 Thomas Hunter, bricklayer. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. 

,. .James street intersects 



25 



Peter MUton, tailor. 

David Thi.ma.s, saddler. 

James McCa>v. 

Joseph Terrell, painter. 

Mrs. Isabella Mcivae, grocer. 

Williitm Graver, groom. 

Mrs. Mary Brown, straw inillinor. 

William Yale. 

Hetherington Foster, agent. 
39 r John Epps, porter. 
391 George Hardy, ma.son. 
41 John Brown, machinist 
43 Thomas Colby, salesman. 
45 Christopher Chamberlin, merchant 
46^ John Lauder, tailor. 
47 William Timpson, jeweller. 

Rear premises. 



27 
29 

33 

35 
37 



.Terauley street intersects. 



67 
59 
61 
63 
65 
69 
71 
73 

79 



85 
<i 

87 
89 



Rear premises. 

John fossee, soda water manufacturer. 

James Watt, tailor. 

Charles E. Broomer, clerk. 

Henry Bennett, tobacconist. 

James Sinclair, cutter. 

William Skrane, varnisher. 

John Gilliland, painter. 

John Andrews. 

Rear premises. 

Abraham Cahoon. 

Elizabeth street intcrst<'U 

Rear premises. 
Mrs. Mary Lyons, nurse. 
William Mitchell, laborer. 
John Metcalf, salesman. 
Thomas Ryves, carpenter. 
Rear premises. 

Sayer street intersects 



Lnmlay itreet-Sut Mda. 

Oomnuneesat Queen west and rune nortA to 
city limits. 

Vacant lots. 

...» JMrinson street intersects 



Vacant lota. 
61 Waiter Pe;i, wire-worker. 
63 Thomas Orinsby, barrack sergeant. 

Vacant lots. 
85 James Cook, watchman N.R.C. 
89 John Leaman, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
117 Charles Doron, porter O.W.R. 

Vacant lots. 
139 Charles Kingston, painter. 
139 James Robinson, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
151 William Cheshire, pajwr-hanger. 

Vacant lot. 
167 John Livingston, barrister. 

Vacant 4ots. • 
161 Richard Schoales, grocer. 
Dundas street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
171 William Berry, teamster. 
Vacant lots. 

College street intersects 

Vacant ground to northern limits. 

Lunley itraet— Wsst side. 

Commences at Qw.en West and runs north 
to city limils. 

Vacant lot 
16 William Pract, harness maker. 
18 James Williams^ fireman G.W.R. 
JO Alexander Gilmore, laborer. 
Va(!ant lots. 
Thomas Barlow, laborer. 
Samuel Lawrence, conductor N.R.C. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Lynch. 
George Carter, chair-maker. 
Vacant lots. 



Jiobinson street intersects 



68 



84 
86 
88 

94 

100 



108 



Vacant lots. 
John J. Mills, cabinet-maker. 

Vacant lots. 
William Manson, carpenter. 
George Lawrence, conductor N.B.C. 

Vacant lot. 
Mrs. Agnes Maiulerson. 
Hugh Fletcher, clerk. 
George Sinclair, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 
John Dodd. 

Vacant lots. 
William Gilmore, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 

Dundis stree. intersects. 



Edward Irwin, teamster. 

Vacant lots. 
196, 198 William Cooney. 

Vacant lot. 
204 John Ewing, joiner. 

Vacant lots. 
S14 James Coniadine, peubi mer. 



TORONTO CrPY DIRECTORY. 



m 



ta. 

rker. 

rraok sergeant. 

ts. 

mn N.R.a 

nter. 

■S. 

ir'o.W.R. 

ts. 

ainter. 

lorer. 

ts. 

»Ijer-hanger. 

t. 

rrister. 

cs. • 

ocer. 

intersects 

ts. 

ister. 

;8. 

tterseels 

orthern limits. 

^Mt lid*. 

if' and runs north 
ts. 

t. 

bss -maker. 

man G.W.R. 

liil)orer. 

ts. 

orer. 

inductorN.R.C. 

s. 

maker. 

ntersecU 

;s. 

et-uiaker. 

s. 

•pentor. 

iductor N.R.C. 

t. 

on. 

ener. 

s. 

8. 

)emakor. 
i. 

'■erseets, 

ter. 



fci >ner. 



Vacant lots. 
tiO Mrs. Martha Smith. 

Vacant lots. 
2S8 Thomas McCnnn, n-ocer. 

Vacant lots. 

College street intersects . . . 

Vacant lots. 
Butler street intersects... 

Vacant lots. 
Harboro' street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Her rick street inter sects... 

Vacant lots. 
Lennox street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 
Bloor street intersects... 



McDonnell Squaro. 

Bathurst street between King and Eiehntond 

west. 

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. 

St. Mary's Presbytery. 

Rev. J. n. hroulx, P.P. and Chaplain 

to H. M. forces. 
School of the Christian Brothers. 
St. Mary's Industrial School. 
Roman Catholic Separate School. 



102 



MoMahon street— East side. 

Oommences at Queen East and. runs to city 

limits, 

1 Samuel Little, laborer. 
3 Michael Hyde, shoemaker. 

Lane intersects 



5 Alexander Reid, curer. 

r John McCormick, shoemaker. 
•' Mrs. Marcaret Kniil, seamstress. 

7 r Thomas Slieclian, laborer. 
" Mrs. Marcaret Parr, tailorcss. 

7 Richard Heetham, cutter. 

9 Thomas Lang, chandler. 
11 r Patrick McBrien, laborer. 
" John C. Leaman, brakenmn. 
ll John Naylor, wheat buyer. 

16 Mrs. Dewdy. 

13 James Whateley. 

17 George W. Shields, printer. 
19 Vacant house. 

21 Mrs. Mary Carroll, wid. Robert. 
William Nicholson, soaii boi'ur. 
r Arthur Mortimer, switchman, 
r Albert Albvn, laborer. 
Robert McKillip, moulder. 



23 
25 



31 



Wm. Hrown, irju smelter. 
Sydenham street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Farley, druggist 



Vacant lots. 
85 John Burt, book-keeper. 
37' Joaiiua Parker, clerk. 
S9 Joseph Rounds, salesman. 
41 Richard Hibbitt, tailor. 
43 John Connors, carpenter. 

46 James Lee, laWer. 

47 H. F. Bunce, manufacturer patent 

medicines. 
49 Thompson Bontly, printer. 
61 Thomas Pedlow, carpenter and builder. 
63 Henry Faircloth, painter. 

66 Bryan Hannen, provision dealer. 

67 Mrs. Mary Cook, wid. William. 
69 Thomas Watt, safe-maker. 

61 Mrs. Pritchard, wid. Hiram. 
63 William Lennox, salesman. 

r William Holland, carpenter. 
67 Peter Mellia, carter. 
71 William McGough, laborer. 
73 Daniel Purton. carter. 

76 Vacant house. 

77 John Thompson, clerk. 
81 John Oliver, painter. 

83 Ihomaa Magee, carpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
87 Thomas Lynn, laborer. 
87 r Edward (Jornian, gardener. 
" r Mrs. M. Campbell. 

Vacant lots. 



117 



Beech street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
John Farley, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 



.Oerrard street intersects ... 

Vacant lots. 
...Carlton street intersects. .. 

Vacant lots. 
, Winditster street intersects. 

Vacant lot.s. 
., Gluirles street intersects . . . 



MoMahon street— West side. 

Commences at Queen street East, and rum 
North to Bloor street. 

Rear premises. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lota. 
6 Dennis Hayes, carter. 
Vacant lot. 
10 Robert Platta 

Vacant lots. 

Ramsey's Lane intersects 

Jamas Lee, clerk. 
Mrs. Purns, washerwoman, 
28 r John Caldwell, carter. 
Vacant lot. 
24 John Barron, dealer boots and shoes 
28 Mrs. M .. ry Ann Da vies, (widow George. ) 
" W. H. Davies, carter. 



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28 Robert Davies, carpenter. 
80 William Broughton, engineer. 
82 James Broughton, jun., machinist. 
34 William Eagle, waggon-maker. 

Rear premises. 
40 Christian Bechly, shoe-maker. 

Vacant lot. 
44 Jf. La Plante, cabinet-maker. 
" John Bowden, bricklayer. 

Lane intersects. 

46 Joseph Whalen, shoemaker. 

48 Charles All ward, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 

54 Mrs. Ann Sullivan. 

56 George Hurst, shoemaker. 

58 Richard Irwin, grocer. 

60 Edward Nurse, tailor. 

62 William Kirk, tailor. 

„ Jjane intersects 

David Carroll, tailor. 
Robert Walter, moulder. 
James Mack, laborer. 
Charles Graham, laborer. 
James McCurry, shoemaker. 
George Lennon, shoemaker. 
McKay Charles, laborer. 

Beech street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
116 John Wilson, builder. 
118 Malcolm Niven, commission agent 
120 George F. Moore, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 

Oerrard street intersects 

William Hill, bricklayer. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Mary Daly, dressmaker. 
Rear premises. 

Carlton street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Winchester street i)itersects 

Vacant lots. 
Charles street intersects 



68 

70 

72 

74 

76 
t< 

78 



MoBIahon .Iv »— EMt ilda. 

Ccmmences at Sydenham and rtins north to 
Beech,. 

Rear premises. 
Patrick Reidy, laborer. 
Thomas Brown, laborer. 
, Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
R^r premises. 
George Reid, carpenter and builder. 

Vacant lots. 



Lane intersects..... 

Prirate grounds. 
,.,..Beerh street irUerseets . 



MolfAhOB Lu«— WMt lid*. 

Commences at Sydenham and runs north (« 
Beech. 

Private grounds. 
Robert Herst, watchmak'*;. 
Rear premises. 

Burrows Raymond, shoemaker. 
— Grately, book-keeper. 
John Campbell, cabinet-maker. 
George Reid, builder. 
James Whatting, dairyman. 
Rear premises. 
William Frazer, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

Beech street inlcrse^'Li. 



MagiU street East-North tide. 

Commences at. Vonge ami runs east to Mutftal. 

Rear premises. 
2 Rev. I). K. Winder. 
8 George Lilly, book-keeper. 
12 Joseph Sheard, nrchitect. 
14 Alex. Wills, biscuit manufacturer. 
18 Mrs. Victoria Humphries, widow. 
24 Patrick McCabe, servant. 
26 Joseph Webb, baker. 
Vacant lot. 
30 Dennis Dineen, hatter. 
32 James Teevin, blacksmith. 
Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 
38 Charles Sintzenick, agent. 
40 William Carie, builder. 
42 James Smith, teamster. 
Vacant lots. 
46 John Marrat, shucmuker. 
'* Robert Buchanan, shoemaker. 
48 Margaret Jones. 
484 Geo. Gilbertson, photographer. 

Robt. Buchanan, second-hand clothiBg. 
Vacant lots. 
56 Arthur Jarvis, insurance agent. 
Rear premises. 



.Church street interstcts. 



68 John Busteed, dairyman. 
64 Miss Maria Itedditt. 
66 Richard Nurse, printer. 

Vacant lots. 
70 Mrs. Maria Tait, widow. 
72 John Frankish, salesman. 
74 Johr "rant, clerk. 
76 Petei lillerby, bookbinder. 
78 Joshua McKim, clerk. 
80 Miss Mary Ann Hartill. 
82 Nicholas McGinty, laborer. 
82 r Garret McCartv, laborer. 
824 David McCartliy, carter. 
84 Martin Bum, painter. 

Mulml street intertectt. 



•It Hd*. 

'»d runs north, to 



loemaker. 

)cr. 

et-inulfer. 

■ymBii. 

ntrr. 



•sfj-Ls. 



orth aide. 

IS east to Muttuil. 



jpt. 

nnufacturtr. 
ries, widow. 

,nt. 



iiitli. 

ent. 

r. 

er. 
L'UiaktT. 

igniplier. 
d-hand clothing. 

ce agfnt. 



erstctt. 
in. 



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orer. 

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P4 



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K»flU itrMt But- South ltd*. 

Commences at Vongc and runs east to Mutual. 

Vacant lots. 
1 J. E. Day, Comuiercial College. 

Vai'ant lots. 
1) Jonathan Scott. 
13 James Laidlaw, book-keeper. 
Vacant lot. 

16 Alynier Langley, flerk P.O. 

Vucnv' 's. 

17 Jo.sephSi)db<' , straw-worker. 

1 Wm. Spotti I cache'-. 

2 Win. L. Mrtgillivray, commercial 
traveller. 

3 Robt. Beeknian, accountant. 

4 M.i.s9 Fanny Sibbald. 

5 David Pearson, .salesman. 

6 Robert Peters, merchant. 

7 Wm. A. Ward, mail clerk U.T.R. 
.8 James Foster, mathematician. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premisRs. 

Church street intersects 

Rear premises, 
, Lane intersects 

Matliew Slater, merchant. 
67, 69 John Delaney, lalwrer. 

Vacant lots. 
73 Mrs. Elizabeth Steel, widow. 
75 James Joselin, engraver. 
77 David Tennant, .stonecutter. 
7!> John Lauder, clerk. 
81 Francis Madden, carpenter. 
81 r John Kenncrslej', shoemaker. 
81 r William Tlmmpson, painter. 
83 Dennis Horrigan, tailor. 
85 Philip Welch, carter. 
Mutual street intersects 



Maltland street -North side. 
Coimnenccs at Yongc and runs east to Jarvis, 
Rear premises. 



12 
32 



Vacant lots. 
Wm. Sharpo. 

Vacant lots. 
James Achcsoi.. 

Vii?ant lots. 
Oeor^e Boyd. 
Private grounds. 

Church .street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Juii'is street intersects.. 



Maltland street -South tide. 
Comvicnccs at Vongc and runs ea^t to Jarvis. 

1 William Hriggs, builder. 
Lane intersects 

3 Wm. Dalton, cabinet-maker. 

C Rev. W^m. Burns. 



George Fisher. 

Vacant lots. 

Vacant house. 

Miss Ellen Smith. 

Albert Miller, clerk. 

Andrew Carnitliers, mail clerk. 

Robt. Temple, Crown Lands Dept 

W. C. Ashdown, mail clerk. 

Wm. Galbraith, commission merchant. 

Mrs. Ann Miller 

James Stephens, gardener. 

T. M. Byron, traveller. 
29 r John House, laborer. 
" r Tho.s. Hnisley, shoemaker. 
31 Samuel George. 

Miss Ann Geddes. 

Vacant lot. 

Mrs. Margaret McDonald, widow. 

Tho.s. Hey.s, clerk. 

Henry Thompson. 

David Gilchrist, laborer. 

Robt. Hook, Piano Forte maker. 
Vacant lots. 



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11 
13 
16 
17 
19 
21 
23 
25 
29 



33 



37 
39 
41 
43 



, Lane intersects. , . 

Rear premises. 
Ch UTch street intersects . 

Rear premises. 

Lane i'lUcrsects. 

David Picken, book-keeper. 
Simon Fuerst, grain dealer. 

Lane intersects. 

Vacant lots. 



.Lane intersect.'. 
Vacant lots. 



.Jarvis street intersects. 



Malar street— East side. 

Co7n7nenccs at College and runs norUi to Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 

tVilcocks street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Heyden street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 

Bloor street intersects 

Major street— West side. 

Commences at College a7ui runs north to Bloor. 
Vacant lots. 



Vankotufhnct street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
...Butler street intersects,... 

Vacant lots. 

.. Harboro' street intersects ... 
Vacant lots. 



.Heyden street intersects. 
Vacant lots. 

..Bloor street intersects... 



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lUpto Lu*— Botttt lid*. 

Commenca at Marvt, and runs wetl to 

Spadina jvtniu. 

Vacant lota. 
7 J. Brown, cabman. 

Lajie inUratcls 



11 Mrs. Hamilton, (widow Jam«8.) 

Vacant lots. 
19 John McKay, printer, 
r Arthur Tolton, mariner. 
Vacant lots. 
29 Smith Davison, lamp-lighter. 
81 Williuni Alexander, laborer. 
•' Robert Armstrong, laborer. 
83 William Knowlton, clerk. 

86 James Shund, O.T.K. 

87 Joseph Gamble, laborer. 
89 James Crawford, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
45 Joseph Sheppard, laborer. 
47 Mrs. S. McPhail, (widow Daniel,) 

washerwoman. 
49 John Sheppard, shoemaker. 
61 Mrs. I'age, (widow Alexander,) wash 

erwoman. 
63 John Kiulev, laboi-sr. 
Vacant lots. 
Spadiiui Avenue interHctn 



Maple Lana—North side. 

Caninienccs at Maria street, and runs West to 
Spadina Avenue. 

Private groun<l8. 
20 Mrs. George Crawford, tailorcss. 

V acant lots. 
26 Mrs. McKay. 
28 William Crosier, coachman. 

Rear entrance, Phoebe Street School. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots to end. 



Maria street -East side. 

Cotnmences at Queen West and runs iwrUi to 
Fhmbc. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
13 James Doliery, laborer. 

16 Pitriok Fagan, laborer. 
'• William Duke, laborer. 

17 Austin Brown, cab proprietor. 
19 Mrs. Sarah Moore. 

" Henry McFarlin, pensioner. 

Vacant lot. 
25 James B. Graham, boots and shoes. 
27 John Mehare;, boots and .shoes. 

Vacant lots. 



PhoAe Street intersects 



Maria street— West siae. 

Commences at Queen JFcst and rmis north to 
I'haihe. 
2 William JIcFarlane, cabman. 



4 John Young, cabman. 
Sbeds. 

Vacant lots. 

Maple Lane intersects., 

Private grounds. 
18 James Molfat. 
Cith Bath House. 

Phcehi- street intersects . . 



Maria street West -Bast side. 

Commences At Quern West and runs north to 
Hifjh. 

Rear jjremises, 
Edward Kelly, laborer. 
Patrii'k Shay, laborer. 
\ acant lots. 

VliarUs strett intersects 

21 John Kitsoii, carpenter. 
'* George Kitson, carpenter. 
23 James Horton, laborer. 
26 Mrs. June Cosgi'ove. 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 
39 James Conagharty, laborer. 
4i Patrick Gibson, switchman G. T. R. 
43 Michael Maney, laborer. 
45 Daniel Torpy, grocer. 

Elizulteth street intersects 

Vacant lot. 
51 James Collins, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
67 Michael Cnnavan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Ili'jh street intersects 



Maria street West West side. 
Coinhif.ncca at Queen West and runs north to 

mjh. 

Hear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
Charles street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
30 Mis. Barbara Armstrong, widow. 
32 Miclmcl Fortt)!), laborer. 
34 William Turner, brakesman. 
Srt ]\lrs. Mary (.'lonlnghty. 

Vacant lots. 

Elizabeth street intersects 

Hugh Fyfe, gi'ocer. 
50 Michael O'Brien, lalwrer. 

Vacant lots. 
56 Owen Gleason, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
60 John Hull, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

High street intersects 









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ersects . 



Bart Hd*. 

nnH ntns north to 



ntersects 
;er. 
nter. 
■r. 

s. 

lete 



I borer. 

L'lniian G. T. R. 

rer. 

nteraeds 



r. 
s. 
jorei'. 

a. 

erseetn. 



West aids. 

and rmui north to 



iitcrseets . 



s. 

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rer. 

<<'sniaii. 

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s. 

intersects .... 



orer. 

s. 
or. 



rsects. 



lUrkat atrMt W«it- BMt rite. 

\}ommeneet at Adelaide West (hetwM* Brock 
and Portland) and nms north to Little 
Hichmond. 

Vacant lota to end. 

Little Richmond »treti intenectt .. 

Markst atrMt WMt-Wart rid*. 

Commeneea at Adelaide, street }Fest and i-unt 
north to Little Richmond. 

Vacant lots. 
John O'Brien, laborer. 
Patrick Kelly, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 
John McKnight, lalwrer. 
George Evans, p^iinter. 
Vacant lota. 
24 Alfred White, brakeman O.T.R. 
26 Michael Finnell, engineer N.R.C. 
Vacant lots. 



Richmond street interse^Us 



Markham itreat- East ride. 
CommeTices at Robinson ami runs to city limits. 

Vacant loUt. 
29 ThomaH Flanagan, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
33 John Montgomery, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Dundas slrr^t intcrsexf-s 

Vacant lots. 
Colletfe street intersects. 

A^acant lots. 
Rntler street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Harlwo' street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
JI • nick street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lennox street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
Bloor street intersects 



Markham street— West side. 
Commences at Robinson and runs to city limits^ 
Vacant lot. 
6 James Jones, engine driver. 
8 Jame.s Jones, machinist. 

Vacant lots. 
30 Seneca Ijostwick, conductor G T.R. 
84 Robert Stewart, conductor G,T.R. 
86 & 38 Vacant houses. 

Viicant lots. 
74 Alexander Kiikwood, clerk. 
Vacant lots. 
Lieut. -Col. Robeit Muter. 
Vacant lots. 



Dundat street inteneeta 

Vacant lota. 
Terence Collins, plasterer. 
Vacant lots. 

College street intersect*. . . 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Marshall, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Harboro' street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Herrick street inter Kcts, . 

Vacant lots. 

Lennox street intersects. . 

Vacant lots. 

Bloor street intersects . . . 



W 



Melinda street— North ride. 
Commences at Vonge and runs west to Bay. 

Mrs. Frances Wood, caretaker. 

Office of St. George's Society. 

Herbert Mortimer, stock broker and 
notary public. 

Dudley & Burns, props. New Commer- 
cial printing House. 

Wra. Hope, estate agent, broker, and 
notary public. 

Henry White, P. L. S., and Assay 
GMce. 

Archibald McLean, barrister, &c. 

Jordan street intersects 

Jacques & Hays' premises. 

Jewell & Tiiums, props. "Shadea" 
restaurant. 

John Cook, shoemaker. 

Joseph Cristmas, laborer. 

Moses Mui phy, laborer. 

Rear premises. 

Henry Doane, livery stable prop. 

.^MMM|^r. . Bay street intersects 

^mtmeitci 



12 



24 

28 
30 



40 



Melinda street— South side. 

^tmeitces at Vonge and rtins west to Bay. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

Jordan street intersects 

13 and 15 Thomas Gloster, boot and shoe- 
maker. 

Jeremiah Rj-an, grocery. 

Wm. Shine, laborer. 

John Neville, laborer. 

Dan'l Hulloran, cooper. 

Richard Hill, laborer. 

John Ryan, laborer. 

John ■\\ halen, laborer. 

Thos. H. Vann, book-keeper. 

Samuel Pcfrics, conductor G. T. 

Francis Magnire, .saloon-keeper. 

Lane intersects 



17 
19 
21 
23 
25 
27 
29 
81 
36 
37 



R. 



112 



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Rear premiseii. 
41 Leith k Kenntdy, luirri.iters. 

Say street intfr»erAn.... 



18 
20 
22 

24 
26 
28 

82 
34 



llarotr itratt-Nortli ilda. 
Commences at John, and runs west to Pettr, 

Rear entrance to John street acliool. 

Vacant lots. 
U. Davis, grocer. 
James McDonald. 
Rev. Alexander Williams, i-piscopal 

minister. 
Arthur BoHwell, barrister. 
Thomas McCaul. O.T.R. 
Mrs. C O'Dowd, (widow Mirhael.) 

Vacant lot. 
James Edgar, barrister. 
Thomas (iray, clerk. 

Vacant lot. 
38 James Adam.s, sail-maker.' 

Vacant lots. 
.. Peter street intersects 

Mercer itrest— South ilde. 
Commences at John, and runs }Vest to Peter, 

Thomas Mann, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
S. Simpson, inspector Bank of Toronto. 
E. M. Cliadwick, barrister, &c. 
B. Adunis. dry goods merchant. 
Heniy Joseph, exchange broker. 
Thomas Bidl, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 
Peter street intersecti 



29 
31 
33 
35 
37 



Murray street— East ilds. 
Commences <tt Cii^r Howll an I niin »/) rth. 
Vacant lots. 
7 Thomaa T. Chesnut, teacher. 
9 John Cauavan, attorney. 
Vacant lots. 



north to 



Murray street— West side. 
Commences at Caer Howcl and runs norla. 

Vacant lots. 
2 W. B. Robinson, Commissioner Canada 

Company. 
4 Joseph Leslie, postmaster Toronto P.O. 

Vacant lots. 



Mutual street -East side. 

Commemies at Queen East and now north to 
Carlton. 

Vacant lots. 
7 William Pearson, gas olRce. 

Lane intersects. 

9 John Morley, tailor. 
13 R. Gay, printer. 



15 William Lally, shertlfa offlcar. 
17 Patrick Magee, imrter. 
19 K. R. Sullivan, 
21 John Young, bookseller. 
23 Mrs. Hannah Hamilton. 
29 George Ikuley, Hour merchant. 
27 James Goo<lt'eliow, book-keeper. 
29 Mrs. Mary Bay ley. 
29i Mrs. Mary L. Ronald. 
31 James George, accountant. 
33 William R. Harris, commissiou mer- 
chant. 
39 William Higinbotham, wharfinger anil 

forwarder. 
41 Mrs. Caroline Anker. 
Vacant lots. 

Shutcr street intersects 

William Campbell, wholesale book- 
seller. 
Mrs. Agnes Litster. 

Vacant lots. 

,.. Crtiickshank street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John C'arrutheiTj, clerk P. 0. 
Hugh R. Fletcher, miner. 
James Suiitii, jr , Dep. Harbor Master. 
Robert Kennie, farn\er. 

Vacant lots. 
John Woodall, bookbinder. 

Vacant lot.| 
J. Foster, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Stewart. 

Vacant lots. 
Benj. B. Toye, telegraph oftice. 
Richard Cathroii, accountant. 
E. H. C!ook, comniercial traveller. 
Mrs. Cntherine Wright. 

Vacant lots. 

Oeirard street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
197 Francis Pearson, boot and shoe-storo. 

Vacant lots. 
213 Janus Duffy, carter. 

Vacant lots. 
217 Thcinas Maclear, bookseller. 
Rear premises. 

..Carlton street intersects 



61 



107 
109 
111 
115 

121 

125 

131 

161 
169 
171 
173 



Mvtual street -West side. 

Commences at Queen Ea.it and runs north to 
Carlton. 

Rear of Cooke's ( 'liurch. 
12 William R. Orr, Mercantile Academy. 

Vacant lots. 
24 John W. Cox, dry goods. 
26 Mrs. Jane Walker. 
28 Stephen Connor.s, laborer. 
30 Thomas Claxton, melodeon tuner. 
32 Samuel Stanley, cutter. 

Vacant house. 



's offictr. 



er. 

iprchant. 
>k -keeper. 



tant. 
iomniissiou mer- 

I, wharflnger u>4 



raerts 

wholesalft book- 



interttcts 



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. Harbor Master. 

r. 

inder. i.. 



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luntaiit. 
ial traveller 



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and shoc-stofP. 



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f/ rtnts north to 



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FROM TORONTO TO COLLINGWOOD, 944 MILES. 




Office —Brock Street, Toronto. 



(0it0c if Hitt), 5 Ut\ 6 ht(l)rs.--tititr tf (Slediiiii i2ti» /eb. 



Prmdent Hon. J. B. Rokikuun, Toronto. 

Viee-Pretidknt ami Maimfjl 7 Director. . . F. W. CuxBBili,AirD, " 

Secretary aiid Aewmiiuni Thomas HAMnroN, *' 

Engitietr Ciabknck Mobbrit, '* 

Train and Traffic Master, Hkjhv Bubkrts, " 

HHperintewUnt .. ..J. W. Fomtbr, 

Rmid Ma4t*rH , 



I James Ybo, 



JoHif DoPSON, 
DIBEVT^BS. 



HoM. J. B. RoBiMSO.v, Toi-onto, 
F. W, Cumbkrlanu, K«q., ' 
K. J. RSBKIB, Esq., 
Lswn MoFrATt, Esq., 



J. A. Chownk, Esq., London, (Bng). 
Hrnhy WHEBtBR, Esq., *' 

Henry Jackson, E«q., " 



CC <NECTIONS. 

Toronto.— D»il" with Umwl Tii\/jJc HuUimtf, E«»t und Wcat ; with Oreat, IVfiitora 
RiUtmy, for Haiitiltoa, .Sn8p»«ii8ion ,Brivlge, and the West ; with Jional Mai' Linr of 
Stwmet* for KlttgstoH, Montreal and <j!«ebcc ; with Stwinwr Tor0ni^>, for Niiigar» nud T^w. 
iuton ; and with Stewu«r «o</irm,»/ (!u«tJf, fw Niagara. 

ApruRA,— Daily Stage to Lloydtown. 

BlUDFORn. — Stagt! to Boudlieail twice tUiily. 

Newmarkkt.— Daily Stage, for .Sharon, Queensville, Keswiok and Sutton. 

«ii,FORU.— Stage for t'ookstown twice daily. 

Bkix Ewart, — ^I^ily with Steamer Emily May, leaving Bell Ewart on tins arrival of 
■Mail Tniin» for Beaverton, Oi-Ulia, &c., coiiiiectiug with Steamer Denn for Washago ; alao 
Stage for Gravcuhunt, and Steamer Winona, ott lAke Mtukoka. 

BARRlK.~With Steainei Mj Burton, leaving Barrie at 6:30 A.M., daUy, tor Orillia 8«<l 
Waahago, coniicctiing withSta^ for Oravetihur^ aud Steataor Ifin&Htt, onhakv Hnakokii ; 
hI^ Daily Stage to Pcnetangnwheue. 

CoLtiNOWOOl*.— Daily with the New Steamer Franm Smith, for Meafojti, i'«pi Kich and 
Owen Sound, connecting with Stages for Sangeen ; also with Steamer Algonm, for Hnww 
NUues, SnultSte. Marie, liake Su{ierior, and intermediate I'orta, with Steamer irnitlmno, 
for Bruce Mines, Sault Ste. Marie, ke,, leaving ColUiigwooil evm' Tuesday, at 7-M a.m., 
and for Paf^Soimd every Satunlay, at7i00 a.m. ; abw DMhr ifewe for Siwhampton, 
Maxwell, Plesherton, Prioevillo and Durhmn. Daily Stage for Thoiwmrr and Clarksbarg. 

Hr All throa{^£aeaeBger8 can atuy- at AllaadRle flfteau miutttw fof JcfrfKhmf ntg. 







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it 



vith Ofraf, IVedeni 
Itoi/nl Mai' Liw of 
tr Niagan and T^w< 



ittoii. 

trt on tliv arrival of 
for Waahago ; alao 

laiiy, ior OrilUa ait'l 
, on Lak« Mttakoku ; 

ford, €aiM) Kicli and 
Jlgonut, for HrU(w 
Btpamer VTmibtMo, 
Hiday, at 7:00 A.M., 
for Hinghainpton, 
irr and n«rknDar){. 

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113 



Vaciiiit lots. 
Pat. McCarty, tailor. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot.s. 

Shutcr strrct intersects 

Private fjroiiiuls. 

Tlios. ciiislioliii. prodiiee nierchunt. 

Privati' inemisos. 

\'ai'aiit lots. 
John Shaiikli;!, cavpi'iiter. 
86 Mrs. Mary .\un Uiti'hie. 
88 Mrs. Kli'nor .Montj,'oniery. 
90 Jus. (,'iiristie, eoniinissariatilepartnieiit. 

Cruickshimk s/rcf infenrcfs 

Rear premises. 
98 Charles .\. .Morse, hanker. 
Vaeant lots. 
lOt) ('hri.sto|iher W. Hiintin;;;, wholesule 

<,'roeer. 
103 Mrs. Isabella \Vi','htoii. 

Vai-int lots 
114 Mattii''w Ilornilirook, wood inspector. 
lie Kev. William <;n;,';r. 

Vacant lots. 
(lottlil ulrci'l iiitcrst'ds 

Vacant lots. 
1(52 Kev. Arthur WicksDU, \A..\K 

Vacant lots. 
1*)1 Mrs. Ann Oltcr. 
100 Mrs. Amelia Lennox. 

Vacant lots. 
174 "William V. itustecl, jiorter. 
170 Jeremiaii <!ihs(in. 

Vacant lot. 
180 Walter S. I,ee, seiretary and treasunr 
Western ( 'anada Permanent Build- 
ing Society. 

Vacant lots. 

Irerraril st.'i-f intiTsec/s 

Vacant lot.s. 
194 Mnarice Klvnn, sailor. 

" Mi.hael O'S'eil, hil.orer. 
19(1 Owen Miiriis, laKorcr. 
" William Ford, lahurcr. 
Vacant lot.s. 
Hear premises. 

Aliufill street interseets 

Rear premises. 

\'acant lots. 
Hear premises. 

-tni} s'reet inti-f^ecls 

Hear jiri'mises. 

Holiert K. KaH.sons, telegraph (ijM'rator. 

C'a riton street intersects 



Uutual itreet North EMt aide. 

Cotnnunees (it a Inn' south of H'noU nnti runs 
north to MaiHand. 

\'a'':lllt lots. 

8 



Alexander Charters, daiiymati. 
Hear premises. 

Samuel McAllister, school-teacher. 
(Jeorge Kmery, builder. 
Vacant lots. 

Moitlnnd street intersects 



Mutual street Nortb— West side. 

Conmener.iiit (t lane south of Wood and runs 
north to Maitl(tnd. 

James Kinniry, tailor. 
Vacant lot.s. 



irood street intersecf-s 

Hear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
AJex'inder street intersects. 

Hear premises. 

Vaiant lots. 

Mnitldnd street intersecU.. 



Nassau street- North side. 
tJommeners <il Sj)iidin(( Avenue and runs vest. 
Private f,'roiinds. 
Id .lohn Morrow, eollcctoi' inland revenue. 

Lnw inlers.'cls 



Private |fr<>nnds. 
'20 ( ice ir;;c Shaw, Imildii. 
2'2 lleury White, |". {,. s. 
i Vacant lots. 

112 ' .illiam NiclioUs, laborer. 
HI •'''.hli Delheve, mason. 

I'' Vacant lots. 

4(( ''^tavius Webster, ;,' irdener. 

Jf Vacant lots. 

52 imcs ICeatini;, labori'r. 

'' Vacant lot. 

50 iftejihcn Ilinhey, latiorcr. 

Nassau street South side. 
Couimeut-esdl Sjuidina Avenue and rnius west. 

Vacant lots. 

17 Charles Thomson, car|icntcr. 

19 Mrs. Mli&ibcth (!ran;,'e, widow. 

21 .lames Ross, larjii'ntcr. 

'2:{ .\le.\. Kleiiiin;,', niarltle-workcr. 

2;1 Munf,'o Turnl>ull, cabinclinakpr. 

27 Henry Cobley, cack manutactun'r. 

29 Robert Ridf,'way, teacher. 

.'11 .Abraham Creii;liti)n, shoemaker, 

;':< William .Mills, carpenter. 

;17 Mrs. Ann Sawtell. 

;19 .Mrs. (irace .Smith, widow. 

Private grounds. 

41 Cgle R. (iowan, liceu.se inspeeter. 

Nelson street East sMe. 

Commences ul 15(> Kimj street ensi iniit runn 

north to Queen. 

41 William Strachan & Co.. grocers. 






114 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'s 



43 B. F. Dratt, real estate agent 
" Thomas Hill, printer. 

Rear premises. 

Peter Trenor, lumber merchant. 

Duke street intersects, 

Vacant lots. 

William Oldright, M.D., physician & 
surgeon. 

llrs. Mary Ann Mullaney, widow. 

James B. Mullaney, Leader office. 

James Beaty, proprietor Leculer. 

John Barnard, confectioner, 
73, 75 John Blair, hotel-keeper. 

Rear premises. 

Mrs. Grace Plunkett, widow. 

John McKay, tailor. 
Vacant lots. 

Patrick Madigan, shoemaker. 

Patrick Sheedy, laborer. 

Thomas Lavin, grocer, 
r Timothy Ryan, laborer. 

James Stevenson, laborer, 
r Mrs. Mary Ann Mutton, widow, 
r Mrs. A. O'Brien, widow. 
r Thomas MuUiguii, laborer. 

Thomas Harrington, chimney inspector. 

Malcolm Macfarlane, grocer and tavern. 

Duchess street intersects 



65 

67 

69 
71 



81 
83 

87 
89 



91 



93 
S5 



99 Thomas Crean, cutter. 
lOJ Mrs. Mcirgfl et Malcolm, widow. 
103 Henry Wakcr. 
105 William Tod<l, grocer. 
107 Patrick O'Neill, machinist. 
109 Paul Zala, confectioner. 

" r Michael Moloney, laborer. 

" r Daniel Healey, laborer. 
Ill IHchael Gallagher, laborer. 

" r Mrs. Mary O'Connor, dealer. 

" r Patrick Ryan, porter. 

" r Michael Fry, laborer. 
113 John Morgan, laborer. 

" Jolm Blac'liford, carpenter. 

" John 8hea, laborer. 
115 William Ornish}', shoemaker. 

" Airs, Mary O'Brien, huckstress. 

" John t'ourtney, laborer. 

*' Mrs. Kraiiiis Bennet, widow. 
117 Byaii Hope, peddler. 
119, 121 Thomas (VLeary, grocer. 
Quceu street intersects 



Kelson street— West tide. 

Commences at l.'JO King street east aiidrund 
north to Queen. 

40 Thomas Heatty, lessee of market. 
40 John Paterson, shoemaker. 
42 Poliert Hunter, shoemaker. 
44 William Drysdale, grocer. 

Rcarjjreniises. 
50 k 52 Bassett & Keeble, proprietors 
Piatt's Hotel. 



.Lane tJitersects. 



64 k 66 Robert Wood, proprietor Commer- 
cial Hotel. 
68 Henry Smallpeice, saddler. 

Rear premises. 
64 J. B. Lewis & Co., tobacco manufac'er. 
66 John Nasmith, baker. 

Adelaide street intersects 

John Heaslip, wood dealer. 
68 William Wrigley, wool and cotton 
manufacturer. 

J, & W. Wrigley wool and cotton man- 
ufacturers. 

Stanletj street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
98 & 102 Christian Brother's Academy. 
Edward Thornhill, tavern keeper. 

Richmond street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
112 Patrick Smith, lamplighter. 
" Mrs. Doherty, washerwoman. 
" Mrs. Bridget McCabe, widow. 
" Patrick Hallagher, laborer. 
114 James Coyne, tailor. 

" Mrs. Marv Somers, washerwoman. 
116 James Whitty, carter. 
Vacant lots. 



.Queen street intersects.. 



Nelson street West— North side. 

Commences at Simcoe, and runs IVeat to 

Duncan. 

Rear premises. 

2 John Hutchinson, car inspector O.T.R. 

Rear premises. 
6 John Huggard, foreman car- wheel 

works. 
8 Samuel Porter, baker. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Robins k Worth, carpenters and build- 
ers. 
24 Albert Boxsell, porter. 
26 William Wright, cabinet-maker. 
28 John Williams, carpenter. 
30 William Dickie, book-keeper. 
32 Richard Taylor. 
34 W. Henry Uoonier, cabinet-maker. 
36 John H. Ross, book-keei>cr. 
38 Vacant house. 

40 Mi-s. Annie Pettet, boarding house. 
42 John Bowman. 
44 Timothy Reardon. 

Vacant lot. 

Auguste Kichhorn, cigar-manufacturer. 

George Spence. cashier G.T. R. 

Duncan street intersects 



Nelson street West— South side. 

Commences at Simcoe, and runs IFest 
Duncan. 
Rear premises. 



to 



roprietor Commer- 

iddler. 

ibacco manufac'er. 

idersects 

iealer. 

wool and cotton 

il and cotton man- 



tersects. 

3. 



sr's Academy, 
ivern keeper. 
ttersects 



ighter. 
•woman. 
, widow, 
iborer. 

asberwonian. 

I. 

ersects 



TORONTO CiTt DIRfeCTORy. 



11^ 



7 James F. Johnson, conductor G.T.R 
9 George Brown, proprietor saloon and 
billiard department, Queen's Hotel. 

Lane intersects 

William Moulds, coi-penteraiid builder. 
Robert Hamilton, waggon-muker. 
Vacant lots. , 
27 C. E. Anderson, commission merchant. 
29 Thomas Clements, builder. 
31 Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
37 and 39 T. & C. Clements, builders. 

Vacant lots. 
49 Andrew Gallagher, carpenter. 
Duncan street intersects -... , 



15 
23 



Nfortb side. 

d runs West to 



inspector O.T.R. 
eman car-wheel 



■ts. 



enters and build- 



nct-maker. 

liter. 

■keeper. 

ibinet-maker. 
cc|)er. 

arding house. 



ar-manufacturer. 
rO.T.ll. 

tersects 

outh side. 

! runs West io 



Niagara street— East side. 

Cmivicnccs at Portland and runs north to 
Queen West. 

Vacant lots. 
9 Joseph Benson, lal)orer. 

Vacant lots. 
John JIdore, laborer. 
Michael Murphy, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Bathurst street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Officers' stal)l(>s, 13th Hussars. 
Vacant lots. 

Tecumscth street intersects 

Robert Stevens, pensioner. 

Douro street intersects 

Thomas Hanlan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
George Townsley, brickmakcrs' yard. 

Kiwj street intersects 

Jas. Booth, lumber yard. 
233 John Hoberts, blacksmith G.T.R. 
•• William Walton, laborer G.T.H. 
Vacant lots. 

Adelaide street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Garrison street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Benj. Sexton, 13th Husssars. 
Thomits Harvey, laborer. 
Andrew MciNulty, laborer, 
('osgrave k Co., brtnvers and maltsters. 
Peter Paterson, nuMiiiant. 

Vacant lots. 

Quicen street intersects 



281 
287 



Niagara street- West side. 

Commences at Portlaiul and runs north to 

Queen v^est. 

Military Burying Ground. 



82 
84 
86 
88 
90 



Vacant lots. 
Bathurst street intersects, 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant houses. 

Vacant -lots. 
Alexander Quinn, machinist. 
Charles Cheesbrou"h, machinist. 
Mrs. Mary Ann Alderdice. 
Robert Currie, carpenter. 
Edward Black, engine driver. 

Tecumscth street intersect^ 

Vacant lots. 

Douro street intersects , . 

Vacant lots. 

JChuj s, reet intersects 

Vacant lots. 

...Little: Adelaide street intersects... 

Vacant lots. 

Garrison street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
...Little Richmmul street intersects.. 

Vacant lots. 
Queen street intersects 



North Park street— North side. 

C&nvmenccs at Farliament ami ru,ns east to 
Sunuich. 

34 John Jackson, cabinet-maker. 
36 Benjamin Toy, pattern-maker. 
38 John Oddy, butcher. 
40 John Kaliiuy, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
46 John Stevenson, commission merchant. 
" r George Merritt, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
50 James Bidwell, sailor. 
" George Bidwell, sailor. 

Regent street intersects 

52 Alexander Waraock, blacksmith. 
54 l?obert Johnson, cai-penter. 
56 Henry Charlton, jjaintcr. 
58 Henry Charlton, painter. 

Vacant lots. 
64 David Smith, engineer at jail. 

Lane intefrseds 

Vacant lots. 
Pine street intersects ... 

Vacant lots. 
76 John Larkey, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
84 William Colahan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
106 James Shearley, Inborer. 

Vacant lots. 
118 John Nicholson, laborer. 

Sumach street intersects.^,,,,,..,,,,. 



, ^ 


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*j'* 


■■ 






vl -'^^ 








.' .1 




{' 


1 




1 


''i 


H 



I 



116 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'s 



Horth P»rk itrMt— Soath ilds.] 

Commeneea at Parliament and runs east to 
Sumach. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Mary Coxwell. 

Vacant lots. 
63 William Sherwootl, laboi-er. 

66 Patrick Dunn, well-sinker. 

" r Charles G. Bird, music teacher. 

67 Richard Craig, laborer. 
71 James Coldwell, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 



Pine street intersects 



75 "William Brophv, laborer. 

77 Michael York, laborer. 

79 Mrs. M. McClenchy. 

81 Hugh Hammil, carpenter. 

83 James Higginson, basket-worker. 

834 Patrick Smith, laborer. 

85 Morris Rodgers, laborer. 

87 John Hickej', carter. 

89 Patrick O'Connell, tailor. 

91 Mrs. Hannah Thornton. 
Vacant lots. 
107 John Holt, gixs fitter. 
Vacant lots. 
Ill Charles Wilson, machinist. 
Vacant lots. 



.Sumach street intersects. 



Nortb Street— East Side. 

Commences (U Albany ami runs nortlt to 
Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 
William H. Millard. 
Miss Mary Ann Young. 
James French. 

John W. Bridgman, ^xirtrait jminter. 
Mrs. Catheiine Ritchie. 



45 
47 
49 
51 
53 
55 



Ebenezer Clark, tailor. 
Vacant lot. 
66 Joseph Gregory, agent Star Ina. Co. 
vacant lots. 



, Bloor street intersects . 



North itreet— Weit side. 

Commences at Albany ami runs iiorth to 

Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 

Czar street intersects 



52 William Blight, insurance inspector. 

54 William Monnghan, traveller. 

56 Mrs. (Admiral) Augustus Baldwin. 

58 W. 0. Telfer, clerk. 

62 Thomas Shaw, clerk. 

64 Charles I. Carroll, barriater, 

Bloor street intersects 



Oak itreet-Uorth ilds.. 

Commences at Parliament and runs east to 

Don River. 



1 



14 



22 

24 
26 



37 
38 

(I 

48 



George Giddings, proprietor Royal Oak 
Inn. 

Vacant lots. 
James Armstrong, laltorer. 

■ Vacant lot. 
Bernard Hanretty, porter. 

Vacant lot. 
Thomas Dale, laborer. 
John Patterson, book-keeper, 
r William Cosby butcher. 
W. \>. Cummins, seaman. 
John Cook, laborer. 
Robert Finley, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Mrs. Eliza Reed, widow Gabriel. 
Charles Reed, painter. 
Thomas Woodhouse, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 



Pine street intersects. . . 

Vacant lot.s. 
54 John Flemniing, laborer. 
56 Edward Cox, gardener. 
68 Charles Sleinin, foreman. 
50 John Reed, health inspector. 
Vacant lots. 

.... Sumach street intersects. . 

Vacant lots. 
104 James Woods, carter. 
Vacant lots. 

Jiiver street intersects. . . 

Vacant lots. 
Don Pivei'. 



Oak street- South tide. 

Comnunces at ParliamoU and runs east to 
the rivet'. 

Primitive Methodist Church. 
Joscjjh Whitt'house, porter. 

Vacant lots. 
George Duffett, jtiano manufacturer. 
John Cooke, house and land agent, 
leather finisher, and colored sheep- 
skin mat manufacturer. 
George F. Dow, book-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 



31 
33 



37 



67 

61 
63 

76 
77 
59 



Pine street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Frank Parsons, oil distiller. 

Vacant lot. 
William Scott, snlesman. 
George Snarr, butcher. 

Vacant lots. 
Solomon Cassidy, turnkey at jaiL 
Mm. Cecelia Knight, school teacher. 
Francis Thornton, foundryman. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



117 



>rth ilda.. 

nt and runs east to 

ver, 

>roprietor Royal Oak 

lots. 
la])orer. 
lot. 

porter, 
lot. 
rer. 

ak -keeper. 
:('lier. 
cainRii. 

^maker. 
ots. 

idow Gabriel. 

ter. 

3, salesman. 

ats. 

itcr.iects. 

3ts. 

borer. 

net. 

eiiiaii. 

nspector. 

)ts. 

'lUersects. 

Its. 
r. 

)ts. 

(crsectf. 

Its. 

er. 

ith side. 

{ and runs east to 



it Church, 
porter, 
ts. 
manufacturer. 

and land aeent, 
»nd colored sneep- 
icturer. 
k-keeper. 
ts. 

ersects 

ts. 

istiller. 
t. 

nau. 
3r. 
ts. 

mkey at jaiL 
school teacher, 
undrynian. 



Vacant lots. 
Sumach street intersects..,.. 

Vacant lots. 
1C3 James Roles, laborer. 
•' John Boles, carter. 

Vacant lots. 
113 Samuel Beatty, turnkey at jail. 
113| Samuel Cherry, laborer. 

Vacant lota. 
liivcr street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
River Don . 



Ontario Lane— South slda. 
Commences at 62 Ontario south ai{d rum 

west. 

Matthew Barr, insurance agent. 
Rear entrance Martin's foundry. 
Henry Foote, shoemaker. 
David Cormack, printer. 
Thomas Towers, tailor. 
Edwin Howlett, laborer. 
George Uuniney, salesman. 

Ontario street East— East ilda. 
ComvHnccs at King and runs north to Queen. 

7 William Wilson, printer. 
9 Mrs. Bright (widow John), laundress. 
" William Winter, printer. 
11 Gilbert Brown, printer. 
" Charles Mason, laborer. 
Mrs. Hannah Addy. 

Dukestreet intersects 



Vacant lots. 
25 John Keats, butcher. 
27 Philip Merson, gardener. 
29 Thomas Summers, carpenter. 
" J. M. Leveque, shoemaker. 
" Mrs. Jacques, washerwoman. 
" Mrs. TilHn, dressmaker. 
" r William Moulder, warehouseman. 
" r Andrew Kaulston, laborer. 

Thomas Irwin, tinsmith. 

James Scarlett, engineer. 

William Matthews, confectioner. 

Thomas Watson, tinsmith. 

George Wells, shoemaker. 

John Hogg, painter. 

William Foole, sr., clerk. 

William H. Irwin. 



81 
S3 
85 
87 
89 
41 
43 
45 
47 

Duduss street intersects 

53 Richard B. Dickson, excise officer. 
57 Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
61 Ebenezer Greig, <!abiiiet-maker. 
'• r Greig & Carlyle, steam cabinet and 

packing-box manufactory. 
63 James McCuny, laborer. 
65 William Thompson, cooper. 



65 James Thompson, laborer. 
" Mrs. Thompson, widow Samuel. 
67 Henry Patterson, laborer, 
69 Timothy Ryan, laborer. 
71 William Hynes, plasterer. 
76 John Durant, machinist. 
Queen street intersects , 



Ontario street Eait— Weit side. 
Commences at King and runs north to Quetn. 
Vacant lot. 
6 S. Mitchell. 
8 Edward Goldsn "tli, vestry clerk, St. 

James'. 
10 James A. Austin, book-keeper. 
12 George Barry. 
14 Charles C. Small. 

Diike street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Duchess street intersects 

66 Charles Schuch, cigar-maker. 
68 Alexander Burns, book-keeper. 
60 Clement Reid, laborer. 
62 Thomas Mortimer, shoemaker. 

Ontario Lane intersects 

Charles Field, fitter. 



64 
66 

It 

68 



William Lumsden, printer. 
Mrs. Lumsden, widow Janies. 
George McFarlaud, baker. 



Ontario street West— East side. 

Commeiues at Robinson a^id runs north to 

Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 
Jas. Millington, boiler-maker. 
Vacant lota. 
67 John Gillett, laborer. 
Vacant lota. 
65 Peter Gallagher, teamster. 
Vacant lots. 
John Small, laborer. 
Joseph Wilson, warehouseman G.W.R. 
Vacant lots. 

Dimdas street inttneds 

Vacant lots, 
Thomas Moore, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

College street i)Uersccts 

Vacant lots. 
Butler street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Harhoro' street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Herrick street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lennox street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Bloor strest intersects 



^mm 



\ u- 



C. E. ANDEJISON & CO. S 



OnUilo itTMt Weit-Weit ilda. 

Comiruncea at Bobinson and nma north to 

Bloor. 

Vacant lots. 
40 "William Sargcant, laborer. 
42 Thomaa Dee, grocer. 

Vacant lot. 
44 Thomas Smith, grocer. 
Vacant lot. 
48 Edward McGarrj', laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
64 Matthew King, laborer. 
68 Mrs. Alex. Anc'Tson, widow. 

Vacant lot. 
78 John Thomjison, sailor. 

Vacant house. 
82 George Wiley, painter. 
Vacant lota. 
100 J hn Wright, laborer. 
104 Christopher Tenbtth. 

Dundas street intersects 

Vai'unt lots. 
David Thomi)s(in, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
126 Owen McMunuy, luborer. 
Vai.'ant lots. 

College street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Butler street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Harhoro' street intersects 

Viuant lots. 



.Her rick street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
Lennox street intersects . 

Vacant lots. 
...Bloor street intersects ... 



Osgoode street- North side. 

Cmnmtnees at Sayer <ivd runs west to Uni- 

vcrsilij, 

John Dane, grocer. 

IJear premises. 
8 Robert Dodd.s, builder. 
10 r Mrs. Elizabeth O.sborne, widow. 
104 Charles James, cook. 
12 William Colby, painter. 

Jlrs. Ann Orogun, seamstress. 

Joseph Quarrington, cliairmaker. 

Matthew Meyers, varnisher. 

John Davi.s, shoemaker. 

CeiUre street intersects 

William Gillespie, laborer. 
Ilichard Cunnewortli, laborer. 
I'hilip IJrownlow, saddler. 
Henry Levett, machinist. 
William Burns, hostler. 
William Argue, painte:. 



14 

16 
18 
20 



22 
24 
26 
28 
30 
82 



34 Frederick W. Tarry, baker. 
36 Geo. K. Kedwin, cabinet-maker. 
38 Alexander Darragh, policeman. 
University street intersects 



Osgoode street— Sotttli side. 

C^^TH^nenccs at Sayer and runs west to Uni- 
versity. 

Hear of Osgoode Hall. 

University street intersects 

Oxford street— North side. 

Cmnmences at Spadina Avenue and runs west 
to Orosvenor street. 

Vacant lots. 
18 Robert Nolton, gardener. 
20 Taylor IJutler, machinist. 
24 Mrs. Catherine Wt'i.scy, widow. 
26 Matthew Krennan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Grosvenor street intersects 






Oxford street— South side. 

Cmnmences at Spadina Avenue ami runs west 

to Gruifvcnor street. 

Vacant lots. 

La)U! intersects 

17 James Crane, gardener. 
19 Michael Walsli, pla.stcrer. 
21 Samuel Haveland, laborer. 
23 John Dunk, machinist. 
25 Henry Low, laborer. 
27 Rebecca Neihson, widow. 

Vacant lot. 
33 .lohn Riley, horse-trainer. 
35 John McCarthy, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
39 Francis liradlcy, laborer. 

Vaeaiit.lot. 
45 Samuel Hallet, laliorer. 

A'acant int. 
4» Thomas ilallctt, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

(rrosvenor street in tersccts 



Palace street- North side. 

Commences at East Market Square and runs 
east to Don River. 

Patrick AVelsli, hotel keeper. 

Vacant store. 

Davis Hro.s., (W. & R.) grocers and 

seedsmen. 
Alexander Cochrane, hotel keeper. 
P. G. Close, grocer. 
.1. & F. (f. Sinclair, gi'ocers. 
William Campbell, grocer. 
James Stock, grocer. 
John P. Holton, groier. 



2 
4 
6 

8 
10 
12 
14 
16 
18 



20 k 22 Roach's hotel, John Roaeli, prop. 
George street intersects 



rry, baker, 
cabinet-maker. 
i;h, policeman. 

eet intersects..... 



—South lids. 

nd nms west to Uni- 
ty. 

Hall. 
'eet intersects 

-North tide. 

Avenue aiid runs west 
or street. 

lots. 
irJener. 
icliinist. 
'eist'y, widow. 
I, laborer, 
lots. 

et intersects 

South BldO. 

ivenue and runs west 

>/• street . 

lots. 

nsccts 

lenrr. 
lastcrur. 
laborer, 
iiiist. 

IT. 

iviJow. 
lot. 

trainer, 
iborcr. 
lot. 
iborcr. 
lot. 
orer. 
bit. 
borer, 
ots. 

intersects 

lorth Bide. 

'•/ Square «?irf nins 
liivcr. 

el keeper. 

& R.) grocers and 

, hotel keeper. 

grocers, 
grocci'. 

(cr. 

ohu Koaeh, 2)r'jp. 

iterstcta 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



110 



24 & 26 Black Horse hotel, Capt. W. Cox, 
proprietor. 

Vacant lots. 
Frederick street intersects 

44 & 46 Ontario House, W. H. Ilanlou, 

proprietor. 
48 ii 50 Ontario House stable. 
64 James Gow, ham eurer. 
60 William Smellie, clerk. 
62 Mrs. H. M. Charlton. 
64 Miles Wilkinson, saddler. 

Ca~')line street intersects 

Orain warehouse. 



68 
74 



Henry L'onlin, jr., produce dealer. 
Vacant lots. 



Princess street intersects 

86 Robert Corson, ea.sbier. 
Vacant lots, 
96 James Adaiiison, wharlinger. 
98 William Gooderham, jr. 
100 Thomas Ni.Kon, woo! stapler. 

Ontario street intersects 

Capt. John Clark. 
I'rivate grounds. 

Berkeley street intersects 

134 George Hulme, hotel proprietor. 
li'6 John Ripimn, machini.st. 
156 to 152 St. Lawrence Foundry, W. Ham- 
ilton k Son, proprietors. 
154 Jose|)h ()[)l'erc'uch, moulder. 
Parlinment street intersects 

156 Thomsis Tott-s, laborer. 
158 Samuel Dunlop, carter. 
Vacant lots. 
184 Josepli Latliam, laborer. 

" Henry Walleni, laborer. 
186 Arthur Strong, laborer. 
188 Ralph I'yatt, brakenian G.T.R. 

" Robert Frank, carpenter. 
190 (Miarles Reynolds, niis.sionary. 
192 John Graham, moukler. 
194 John G. Hruee, carpenter. 
Erin street intersects 

198 & 200 J. & J. Taylor, safe manufac- 
turers. 
202 James iJurns, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 

Trinity street intersects 

204 George Rennie, blacksinitli. 
206 Alexander Ledaiie, shoemaker. 
208 Abraham .1. Gliekstone, shoemaker. 
210 Charles I'armenter, laborer. 
212 Mrs. Alice (."innen, dressmaker. 
214 William Cordingley, laborer. 
216 Thomas Moran, peddlar. 

Vacant lots. 
224 Thomas Muriihy, laborer. 

Valiant lot.". 
232 John Ablitt, sr., laborer. 



Vacant Jots. 
238 Church Pulver, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Cherry street intersects 

246 Denis Hays, hotel keeper. 

Vacant lot. 
250 Andrew Wilson, cooper. 
" r Robert Duthie, cooper. 
" r John Shea, laborer. 
" r James Carrigan, laborer. 
" r William Owen, book-keeper. 
" r James Hurley, laborer. 
" I* John Power, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
258 Tlomas Webber, cooper. 
" Gooderham & Worts' cooperage. 

Vacant lots. 
East street intersects 



Palaoe street— South side. 

Commences at east Market Sqiuire and runs 

east to Don Jiivcr. 

J. G. Beard & Sons, coal and wood 
yird. 

Vacant lots. 
1 1 John Morphy, Hour and feed merchant. 
13 & 15, wood yard. 
19 & 21, Michael O'Brien, cooper. 

George street intersects 

27 John I'layter, grocer, wine and spirit 

. merchant. 
29 Captain Archibald Taylor, coal mer- 
chant and wh'irtinger. 
S3 Riehanl Moore, blacksmith. 
35 Richard Phillips, tailor. 
37, 39, 41, W. Davies k Co.; pork jiackcrs. 

Frcd-rick Street iiitcrsccts 



46 Joab Scales & Co., Toronto to'oacco 
factory. 

Vacant lots. 



.Caroline street intersects 



65 Ontario Packing House, J. B. Sorley k 
Co. , proprietors. 
Beaver Drug Mills and Laboratory, 
iiyma'i, FUiot & Co., Proprietors. 
73 John MttCabe, paint grinder. 

D. Crawford & Co., sjiice mills, soap, 
candle and oil manufacturers. 

Princess street intersects 

Eastern Park. 
Jierkcley street intersects 

Old Jail. 

Parliament street intersects 

Consumers Gas Company's Works. 
159 Henry Thompson, manager gas works. 
Private grrmnds. 

Vacant lots. 

Trinity street intersects 



120 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'S 



Rear premises. 
209 James Coiilin, watcliman Rolling mills. 
211 William Smith, sawyer. 
" r Joseph Penshin, laborer. 
'* r Charles Smith, laborer. 
" r V. Geroux, laborer. 
*' r John C'leary, lalwrer. 
213 Robert Flint, carpenter. 
Mrs. Margaret Stansall. 
Samuel Salmon, rariMjntor. 
Charles Hickling, general provision 

store. 
George Scott, cabinet-maker. « 
John Helly, hosier. 
Mrs. Duncan, boarding house. 
Mrs. Lusty, confectionery. 
Benjamin i'. Hadden, engineer. 
William ^oyd, carter. 
Robert Kane, employee Rolling Mills. 
John Collins, laborer. 
Mrs. Lane, widow. 

Clutrrij street interseeta 

Palace Street School. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. McGrath. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Sullivan, laborer. 
Matthew Mooney, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
John Arthurs, laborer. 
Private grounds. 
Thomas Knriglit, laborer. 
East street inter sects 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Margaret Stewart. 
Joht Morrison, soap maker. 



215 
217 
219 

221 
225 
227 
229 
2.31 
337 
241 
243 
245 



261 
263 



ParLament street— East side. 

Commences ai the Bay and runs to northern 

limits. 

Gooderham & Worts wood yard. 

LUtle Front street intersects 

Charles Viper, distiller. 
Consumers Gas Company's Works. 

...Palace Street interseeta 

Vacant house. 

Charles Taylor, maltster. 

Jnmes Rodgers, sailor. 

WilKam Copland's brewery. 

Bernard Mitchell, laborer. 

Mrs. M. Green, widow. 

Mrs. Margaret Falls, seamstress. 

Will, ^nilcahey, laborer. 

Alfred Pniisot, jeweller. 

William Wriglit, hotel-keeper. 
King (treet intersects 

Private grounds. 

William Copland, brewer. 
55 Vacant house. 
67 Alexander Lee, bookseller. 



59 William Gill, engineer. 

61 Christopher W. Lee, salesman. 

63 C. E. Collier. 

65 Geo. Badgerow, law student. 

67 Edwin IL I^cnderson, foreman Leader. 
"acttiit lots. 

77 Ebenezer Dyson, carpenter. 

79 William C. Wilkinson, machinist 
Vacant lots. 

85 Donald McCrea, braas-finisher. 

87 Robert Latham, laborer. 

89 t'haries Brown, cooper. 

91 Alphonao Revenue, confectioner. 

93 Matthew Warnock, blocksmith. 

95 James Latimer, jwrter. 

99 Mns. T. Jones, dressmaker. 

99, 103 R. Deudney, blacksmith. 

99 r Charles Gilmori wheelwright. 
103 r Patrick Dally, laborer. 
Private grounds. 
Thonias Kennedy. 
Ill Thomas Dickson, laborer. 
113 Edward K. Scoley, gi-occr. 
115 Patrick Neelan. 
117 Patrick Conlan, drover. 
119 James Mc(iiiith, tailor. 

" Matthew McGmth, tailor. 
121 J. Monroe, clerk. 

" Francis McDowell, baker. 

Francis Fnrness, bricklayer and grocer. 
Queen street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Private grounds. 

Mrs. Ellen Thompson, washerwoman. 
Private grounds. 

North Park street intersects 

1(!1 Robert Curran, tailor. 

Private giountls. 
165 Frederick Peacock. 
167 P. Mclady, dry goo«ls. 
Vacant lots. 
171 Nicholas Melady, tailor. 

Private grounds. 
17.'> Thomos Cunningham, laborer. 
177 Eli B. Shaver, ilry goods. 

Private giounds. 
183 Thonias Council, laborer. 
185 John Gallagher, butcher. 

" John Deal, cariK-nter. 
187 Martin McKay, clerk. 
189 Robert Wilson, grocer. 
191 WilKam Hare, cab-driver. 

James street intersects 

Piivate grounds. 
211 Mrs. Hannah Bmkovski, widow. 
213 Mrs. JIaria Lee, widow. 
215 James Stephenson, assist, supt. G.T.ll. 

Beech street intersects 

227 Alexander Gibson, grocer. 
229 (ieorge Watta, butcher. 
231 James Oxford. 



eer. 

, saleaman. 

student. 

n, foreman Leader. 
ts. 

'penter. 
on, nmchinist. 
ts. 

s-s-finisher. 
3rer. 

HT. 

c'onft'ctioMcr. 

blacksmith. 

er. 

makpr. 

iL'ksmith. 

I'lwriglit. 

IT. 



borer, 
jrooer. 

rer. 

or. 
ail or. 

inker. 

•klnyer and grocer. 

tcrsects 



)n, wasliorwoman. 
intersects 



3. 

8. 

lor. 

I, ln1)orer. 
)ods. 

)rer. 
lier. 



r. 

iver. 

erseds. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



121 






ski, widow. 

w. 

list. snpt. G.T.R. 

ersccti 

wer. 
r. 



286 William Cook, grocer. 
Private grounds. 
Primitive Methodist Church. 



265 
267 
279 



Oak street intersects 

Geo. Gidding's, prop. Royal Oak Hotel. 
Edward Ferguson, laborer. 
John Hryant, drover. 
Private grounds. 

Don street intersects 



309 Francis liangrill. 

311 John Camidg(!, mus. doc. 

313 Edward Cuthbertson, bookkeeper. 

315 William Anderson, school teacher. 

819 John Blevins, barrister. 



383 



433 



Spruce street intersects 

Private grounds. 

J'Jlm street east intersects. 

Mrs. Jane Maxwell, grocer. 

Private grounds. 

Owen Flynn, express-driver. 

Lake View House, John McCaffry, 



prop. 
" Terminus of Parliament street Omni- 
bus line. 

Winchester street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
441 Thomas Sullivan, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

A inelUt street intersects 

471 Elijah Hull, gardener. 

473 Samuel Hackett, book agent 

Vacant lots. 
479 John Leggc, «ccountant. 

Vacant lots. 

Charles street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
St. James' Cemetry. 
John Kearney, supt. St. James* Ceme- 
try. 
William Hudson, boiler-maker. 



East street intersects 



John Cayley. 
Xorthem limits. 



ParUunant itreet— West ilda. 

Commences at the Bay, and mns to Northern 

limits. 

Old County Jail and grounds. 

Palace street intersects 



34 Philip Leary. laborer. 
36 John Barrett, laborer. 
88 Mrs. Julia Donnelly, widow. 
40 James liurk, watchman. 
42 John Graves, laborer. 
Hamilton's Lime Works 



50 John March, grocer. 

King street East intersects. 

Vacant house. 
Robert Mead, book-keeper. 
Private grounds. 

Lhike street intersects . . . 



Private giounds. 
96 Mrs. E. Kodgers, tavern-keeper. 

Dnchess street intersects .... 



98 John Ilyan, grocer. 
108 George Fields, teamster. 
110 Michael Burke, shoemaker. 
112 John Elder, c. ,*nter. 
114 Mrs. Elizabeth Small. 
116 James Dudley, printer. 
118 Robert W. Clindinning, printer. 
Vacant lots. 
Adam Bcatty, grocer and assessor. 

Qiteen Street intersects 

E. B. Shuttleworth, chemist. 
Charles Beaty, baker. 
Va(!ant lots. 
152 John llodgers, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

Sydenluim street intersects 

160 George Ward, jeweller. 

164 George Morse, cattle dealer. 

168 Thomas Kearney, carriage maker. 

170 Patrick Kearney, waggon maker. 

172 Alfred Reeve, cattle dealer. 

174 George Dean, giocer. 

174 & 176 John Ryan, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
188 JohnMcGlynn, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
192 George Bowery, painter. 

Vacant lots. 
200 Robert Hodgson, blacksmith. 
204 George Pearsoll, safe maker. 
206 Richard Edmonds, butcher. 
210 Thomas Jones. 
212 Miss E. Cook, milliner. 
214 George Pearl, miller. 
216 Hezekiah Arnott, brass founder. 

Vacant lots. 
Beech street intersects 

Private giounds. 
262 John Beaty, Custom House landing 
waiter. 

Private grounds. 
Qerrard street intersects 

Private grounds. 
Carlton street intersects 

Rear premises. 
JVincheMer street intersects 

448 Edward Stephenson, builder. 
Vacant lots. 



Nassau street intersects.. 
Vacant lots. 



f 



.-Sfi^ 



122 



C. £. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



.East strret inierttcts. 
.... NorUuni Urn its.... 



Pambroka itraot-EMt ilda. 

Comnuncf.^ at Wilton Cvenevnt and runs iiorth 
to Gerrard. 

Private groiiii Js. 

Vacant lots. 
Tliomas (lalt, Imriister. 
I'rivati! grouiiiis. 

T. (.!. Scott, surve}or of Customs. 
Private grounds. 

William Klliot, wholosale druggist. 
Duvid Olipliant, clerk. 

Lane iiiicratcli 

Private grounds. 

Gerrn rd strtft in ter sects 

Pembroke ktreet West side. 
Pr/ate grounds. 
John Giorgti Hodgin.s, dei>uty Super- 

tendent of Education. 
Private grounds. 

Lane, intrrsfi-ta 



A. M. Smith, President UovaR'anadian 
Bank. 



. Gerrard .it roe t inicmccts. . . . 



73 
75 

77 
79 



Peter street-East sld«. 

Commtiuea at Front vest and runs north to 
Quern. 

Hear jiremises. 
Private gi-ounds. 

WrUinylon street intersects 

Kear premises. 
William Lovelock, laborer. 
James Hudson, lal)orer. 
William Stollery, eontruetor. 
Kdwanl Daly, contractor. 

Merer r sired intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Keor premises. 

King strrrl in/rrsre/s 

Private grounds. 

Latie intersects 

Ill Francis K. Heward, Manager Uoyal 
Insurance Company. 
V'lcnnt tots. 
123 Thomas Walkington. 

Adelaide street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
James Sheldon, conductor G.T.R. 
George Balfour, tailor. 
John Costello, laljorer. 
Michael Brawley, fireman water works. 

Vacant lots. 



136 

137 

13P 
<• 



149 
151 



167 
159 



James Allen, carter. 
Patrick Fairbank, teamster. 
Vacant lota. 

Jiichmo^ui street inter icts 

Joseph Draper, conductor O.T.R. 
Uev. G. Coehran. 

Vacant lots. 
Hear ])rcinise8. 

...Queen street intersects 



Peter street— West side. 

Commences at Front west and runs north to 
Qveen. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

Jf^ellinyton street intersects 

72 Stephen Heward. 
78 J. R. Armstning, iron founder. 
80 C. J. Campbell, banker and broker. 
Vacant lots. 

Kinrj street intersects 

John Shedilen k Co.'s stables. 

Vacant lots. 
Private grounds. 

Adelaide street intersects 

134 Rear jtremi.ses. 

T). Williams, employee G. T. R. 

Robt. (irimman.stalf-segt. ol p<tu.sioners. 

.Fames Dunne, carpenter. 

John Columbus, blai'ksniith. 
Vacant lot. 
148 Miss ^lartlia 'riiompson. 

Catherine street intersects. 

156 Mrs. Stanton. 
" Charles McCtrath, barrister, &c. 

Rear premises. 

Henry Nelson, conductor G.T.R, 

Mrs. Kli/.a)ietli .Morgan. 

Samuel Hunter, hotel-keeper. 

Quern street intersects 



13(! 
138 
140 
142 



168 
170 



Phoebe street - North side. 

Commenrrs at Murin and runs icesf to 
Spadina Avenue. 

Hath House ami Public Laundry. 
Samuel Hudson. 

Vacant lots. 
Spadina Avrnnc in/rrseets 



PhoBbo street "South side. 

Commences at Maria and runs west to 
Spadina Avenue, 

Vacant lots. 
Michael Gathiey, laborer. 
Joseph Freeman, laborer. . 
Philip Riley, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 



rter. 

k, teamster. 

t lots. 

reet inter eels 

onductor O.T.H. 

t lots. 



'ntrraecLi , 



TOUONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



123 



West Bide. 
vest and now north to 

t lots. 

reet intersects 

, iron founder, 
milker and broker. 

t lots. 

intersects 

< 'o. 's stables. 
; lot.s. 

fel intersects 

|>loyec G. T. R. 

tiill'-scgt. of iK-usionens. 

ilicntcr. 

I'lacksniith. 

tlot. 

mpson. 

c( intersects. 

bnrristi-r, &c. 

ndnrtor(;.'r.l{. 
oixan. 
oti'l-k<!oper. 
intersects 



Nortb Bide. 

fin<l runs west to 
Ireniie. 

ublii: Laimdrj'. 

lot.s. 

e intersects 



South side. 

and runs west to 
venue. 

ots. 

iliorer. 

iliorer. 

IT. 

ot.s. 



Phoebe Street School. 
Mosby Hubbard, care-taker. 

Vacant lot. 
Thomas K. McN^ess, house i>ainter. 

Vacant lot. 
John Phipps, prnvisiou merchant. 

Vncant lots. 



.Spadina Avenue intersects. 



15 
17 
19 



27 



31 

43 
46 



Pine street - EHt side. 

Covivwices at South Park and runs north to 
Charles. 

Vacant, loti. 
Thomas Stenson, lal>orer. 
Huffli McLaren, laborer. 
Andrew Delaney, laborer. 
Miss Jane Tlionip.son, dre.ssniaker. 
Joseph Coatsworth, laborer. 
Hear premises. 

King street intersects 

Keor premises. 

Vacant lots. 
P'"arrell Gallagher, laborer. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
James Judije, cooper. 

Vacant lots. 
William Kullani, cabman. 
Andrew Cooncy, laborer. 
" r Stables and vacant lots. 
61 Patrick Mahoney, laliorer. 
Patrick L'urran, (lairyman. 
Patrick l.eary, laborer. 
Hear premises. 

Queen street East Intersects ' 

Timothy C'atton, laborer. 

Mr.s. Mary Weniyss, washerwoman. 

James Galbraith, laborer. 

Mr.s. KUeii MclJonuld, washerwoman. 

Kdward McTaniney, laborer. 

William llartree. laborer. 
Vacant lot. 

James Wright, dairyman. 

Alexander McKay, carpenter. 

Mrs. .Susanna Tliorntoii, tailon>.s.s. 

diaries LeMontague, .shoemaker. 
83, 85 Airs. Hose ihophy, grocer. 
87 Mrs. James Harrett, washerwoman. 
" John Fitzgerald, gr^;. er. 
" Kobert Lon;rl''.iitl, laborer. 

Lane intersects 

North I'ark street intersects 



65 
67 
69 
71 

75 

77 
79 
81 



Vacant lot. 
97 Patrick Goolahan, carpenter. 

Vacant lot. 
Ill Kobert Shea, laborer. 

Vac ant lots. 
125 Dennis Lynch, grocer. 

James street intersects. . . 



Vacant lots. 

146 Philip Bulger, laborer. 

147 Jeremiah Sutherland, laborer. 
149 John Finn, laborer. 

151 Philip Kelly, laborcl» 

Beech street intersects... 

Private giounds. 
161 John Thomas Cuff, butcher. 

Vacant lots. 
171 William Paterson, laborer. 

Private grounds. 

Oak street intersects 



Charles Ueed, painter. 

Vacant lots. 
Isaac Ginn, |ninter. 
r I.saae Johnson, ehin\ncy sweep. 
William Owen, engineer. 

Vacant lots. 



Dmi street intersects 

Private Grounds. 
215 Frederick Hurrows, painter. 
Vacant lots. 

Spruce street intersects 

Private grounds. 
Elm street intersects 

Private grounds. 

Wi nchestcr street intersects 

Private grounds. 
Kear premises. 
Private grounds. 

Amelia street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Catherine Young, seamstress. 

Charles street intersects 



Pine street - West side. 

Cominc7iccs at South Park and runs north to 
Charles. 

2 ISiehard Ryan, laborer. 
4 John Ward, laborer. 

Vaiant lot. 
8 Miss Annie Haley, seamstress. 
Vacant lots. 

Kinij street east intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Grounds rear of House of Providence. 



78 
80 
82 



Lane intersects 

Rear premises. 
Queen street intersects . , 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lot.s. 
Edward Wallace, carpenter. 
Owen Lark in, laborer. 
Nicholas Gustin, machinist. 
Robert Davidson, carter. 



84 Mrs. Honora Carding. 



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w 



:m 



fi 



SI!' 



h 



124 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO. S 



86 Harry Hanlon, pinter. 

88 John C'onncrg, laborer. 

90 Mrs. Hogcrs, lag-pickcr. 

92 Willinni Abk'y. laborer. 

A'orth Park strett inUrtecta. 



Mrs. Maria Miison. 
94 Mrs. Aim Doyle, wiuhcmoinan. 
96 .lohii Murphy, luborer. 
98 Mrs. Hridgvt Hayes, woshenvonian. 
100 Mrs. Uridine Kenny, tailorcss. 
102 I'atrirk OLu.nell, dairyman. 
Vacant liousu. 

Vacant lot. 
108 Henry McLaughlin, teamster. 
110 James Crook, inriienter. 

Vacant lota. 
116 John Clyne, carter. 
118 Mrs. Sarah Hardyman, washerwoman. 
122 Timothy Lyndi, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
124 Hugh Spjonle, carpenter. 



.Javies street itUersccts. 



Vacant lots. 
130 Edward Stewart, tailor. 

Vacant lots. 
188 Michael Diggins, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
144 William Dalton, bricklayer. 
146 Robert Stevenson, machinist. 

Vacant lots. 
Hear premises. 

Beech street East intersects. 

Private grounds. 
1 66 William Weston, G. T. K. 
168 William Anson, carpenter. 
170 Mrs. Ann CoojM!r. 
172 MLoi Sarah Mc(!uigan. nurse. 
Vacant lots. 

Dar.icl Ray, sailor. 

Oak strett intersects. .... 

Vacant lots. 
James Ben iptt, plumber. 
Mam ice Cusey, gardener. 

Don street intersects. 



Vacant lots. 

Charles Clements, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

224 Christopher Greenwood, paiMir staincr. 

J26 Jas. Kennie, sexton St. Paul's Church. 

228 John Mills, carter. 

Spruce street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Winchester street hitersecta 

Private grounds. 
Rear premises. 
Private grounds. 

-. Amelia street intersects 

Rear premises. 



Private grounds. 

Cfiarles street internets. 



PortUad itrMt— EMt lid*. 

Commences at Front u>est and rinu north to 

Queen west. 

Vacant lots. 
William Miller, engine-driver G.W.R. 
19 John C. Tarbutt, Crown Unds Dept. 
Vacant lots. 

Wellington Place intersects 

Vacant lots. 

King street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 

99 — Smith. 

,Adelaule street intersects ,,, 

109 James Harris, maltster. 

121 Henry Urquhart, clerk. 

11.3 Caron L. Desire. 

115 John Hracken, laborer. 

117 John Cameron carpenter. 

119 John Ronald, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
113 Mrs. Ellen Drohnii, widow John. 
135 Patrick Mitchell, jiensioner. 
137 Frederick Richardson, brakeman. 
139 William Morris, blacksmith. 
141 Alexander Raird, tavern-keei)cr. 

Little Richmond strett intersects 

Vacant lota. 

Portland itreet— Wait ilda. 

Commences at Front west and runs north to 
Queen west. 

Major-Gen. Henry Wm. Stisted, C.B., 
Lieut. -Governor Ontario. 
18 Joseph Green, conductor N.R.C. 
Vacant lota. 

Kingarn street intersects 

Vacant \oU. 

„, Stewart street interseeta 

Vacant lota. 

King street intersects 

James Mitchell, engine-driver G.T.R. 
78 William Mitchell, lalwrer. 
80 Arthur White, clerk G.T.R. 
" Jeremiah Hor^n, clerk N.R.C. 
82 John McCornnck, clerk. 
84 William Ogle, engine-driver G.T.R. 
86 David Preston, engine-driver G.T.R. 

Vacant lot. 
90 John Marvin, bricklayer. 

Vacant lota. 
98 Frank Caulfield, bricklayer. 

100 Maurice O'Connell, bricklayer. 
Adelaide street intersects 

120 Michael Maune, tailor. 

184 Geo. Barber, librariau Normal school. 



reel interucta. 



■t-BHt Hd*. 
Ktt and rum north to 
went. 

t lots. 

piigine-ilriver O.W.R. 
;, Crown I^anda Dcpt. 
t lots. 

'lace intfriecU 

t lotN. 

! inlersfcls. 

t lots. 

eet inleraecta ...,„ 

nltster. 
, dork. 

ilM)rer. 

irpeiiter. 

rpenter. 

t lots. 

nil, willow Jolin. 

, ])t'iisioiier. 

(Ison, briikcnian. 

blacksniith. 

, tavcrn-ki'oiwr. 

street inter sects 

: lots. 

t-W6st tide. 

est and rmis north to 
west. 

•y Wm. Stistwl, C.B., 
lor Ontario. 
iiluctorN.K.C. 
; lots. 

et intcrsfcts 

, lot.J. 

intersects 

lots. 

: intersects 

engine-driver G.T.R. 
, lalwrer. 
erkO.T.K, 

cjerk N.U.C. 

eferk. 

gine-ilrivcr G.T.R. 
i;pnt'-driver G.T.R. 
L lot. 
oklayer. 

lots. 

bricklayer. 
11, bricklayer. 

•.t intersects 

;ailor. 

iriau Normal school. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



12& 



Vacimt lots. 
, ..Little Rirhmmul street intersects 

Andrew Little, carter and provision 

dealer. 
Henry Md.'alTray, car-builder. 
Patrick Shea, engine-driver. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Kirk, widow John. 
Queen street intersects 



Power itreat— BMt ild*. 

Comnunce.i at King east and runs norOi to 
Qnee,' east. 

Hear premises. 
3 John F. Dnvie.i, <lerk. 

6 James Murphy, tailor. 

7 Mrs. Wilson. 

9 Isaac T. H, Brown, clerk. 

St. riiul's Roman Catholic Girl's 

School. 
House of rrovideiiceand grounds. 
St. Paul's Homnn Catholic Church. 
St. Paul's Pre.ibytery. 
Very Uev. I'". P. H(K)iipy, Vicar General. 
Ruv. John H. Lee, Assistant St. Paul's 

Roman Catholic Church. 

Lani' intersecl.1. 

Ft. Paul's Roman Catholic School. 



.Qiuai street intersects.. 



Power street -West ilda. 

Cmnmenci's af Kinij street east, and runs 
north to Quern street cast. 

Rear premises. 

2 Alfred Mitchell, saddler. 

4 L. H. Hewitt, moulder. 

6 Kdward Donlon, huckster. 

8 John Cole, trunk maker. 

" Mrs. Julia Hamilton, seamstress. 

•* r John Small, cariwnter. 

'* r Etlward Small, carpenter. 
10 Samuel Rurgess, clerk. 
12 William Strange, captain. 
14 James Doyle, carpenter. 
16 Hercules Prcmp, shoemaker. 
18 James Rawe, artist. 
20 William Wherin, shoemaker. 
32 Miss J. C. Gibson, ladies' school. 
24 John Doyle, carnenter. 
26 Mrs. Elizabeth Bowron. 

*' Mrs. Buchanan. 

•' Victor Geriou.\, labordt. 

Vacant lot 
32 Christopher Wilkinson, carpenter. 
34 Mrs. Ann Gonnan, grocer. 
36 John Harper, baker. 
Vacant lota. 

44 William McKannca, lalwrer. 

46 John O Dea, merchant. 

** r William Galvin, tailor. 

48 Albert Cicrioujt, shoemaker. 



60 Jamea Harding, lalrarer. 
inds. 



60 

62 
It 

64 



Private grour 
John Dickson, traveller. 
Patrick Sheedy, clerk. 
R. H. O'Keefe, sailor. 
Mrs. Ann Muriihy, huckster. 
*' r John Cnhill, lalwrer. 
66 James Norris, huckster. 
" r Charles Newlove, laborer. 
68 Thonuu Kir long, laborer. 
70 Timothy t allahan, carpi-ntcr. 

Vacant lot. 
74 John Mutton, tailor. 
Queen s'lreet intersects. .. . 



PrlnoMS streat -Eaat alda. 

Cotniiunces at tlie R^ilaitiule, ami runs )u>rth 
, to Duke. 

Vacant lots. 

Palace street interned* 

25 John MoCilonc, waj^on-maker. 

27 Thomiis Arnold, laborer. 

29 Mrs.Andrew.Mi'Culloch washerwoma.n. 

31 James O'Brien, cooper. 

Kind street interscU 

Rear premises. 
52 James Kane, . kster. 
54 Josejih Wasdell, tinsmith. 
60 Patrick Henncssy, printer. 

Vacant lots. 
Duke street intersects 



Prlnoesa atraat -Waat alda. 

Commeiues at Es})lanade, and runs north to 
Duke. 

Vacant lota. 
Rear premises. 
D. Crawford & Co. , spice mills. 

Vacant lots. 



Palace street intersecLs. 



Vacant lota. 
42 Vacant hou.se. 
44 Vacant house. 
46 Richard Heap, clerk. 

Vacant lota. 

King street intersects 

62 Francis Rock, carter. 

" San.'.'el Rosenthal, peddler. 

66 Sitlney ? Hamilton, wharfinger. 

Duke street intersects 



Qnaan'a P»rk. 

Toronto School of Me<licine iu affilu. 

tion with the University. 
Edward Henry, jwrter. 






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Provincial Olwcrvatory. 
Professor George T. Kingston. 
W. F. Davidson, clerk. 
• Henry N. Uancy, osaist. 
Thomas Menzies, assistant obser- 
ver. 
W. A. Stewart, observer. 
.Joseph Marshiill, jilasterer. 

1 Geo. Hague, cashier Toronto Bank. 

2 C. E. Englisli, barrister. 

3 .John Worthington, contractor. 
.4 .loscph Uiiliiiison, jeweller. 



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e 



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Branch LuTiatic Asylum. 
Holiert Blair, steward. 
MisH Eli/a Bhiir, matron. 
Cumherlaml Sturgeon, keeper. 
William Morrison, keeper. 



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Hev. John MfCaul, L.L.D., president. 
Hev. J««. Beaven, H.D., professor. 
I'rof. 11. H. Croft, D.f.L. 

" .1. B. Cherriman, M.A. 

" Daniel Wilson, LL.D. 
Hev. I'rof. William Hincks, F.LS. 
Prof. E. J. Chapman, Ph.D. 

" Geo. T. Kingston, M.A. 

" Geo. Bu<klan(l. 
W. G. Fal(onl)ridge, B.A. 
J. M. Hirsihfelder, lecturer. 
W. H. Vandersmissen, M.A. 
Emile Permt, acting lecturer. 
Jas. Loudon, M.A. 
G. S. Gowlwiliie, M.D. 
David Burhan, Arting ISegistnir. 
University College hoarding-house. 
Hohert Hariling, engineer. 
Frank Somers, stewaril. 
.J. Loudon, M.A., dean of residenta. 



QuMn itrset East- North ildo. 

Comviences id Vunge ami ruiu east to Rivtr 
Don. 

■lohn Rowland, dry giKnls. 
4, 6, 8, 10 .lames Good, iron founder. 
12, 14, 1(1 Eilward Dnwson, prop, [..oeds 
Arms' Hotel. 



Viclarid street iiUer»ects„ 



20 
22 
24 

26 
28 
32 



38 



Bapti.st ( 'liunh. 

Kicharcl T)ioni]ison, tailor. 

Mrs. .Inhanna Curtis, widow. 

John H. Peacock, plumber and gaa 

titter. 
James McDonald, jirinter. 
William (t. Gibson, gas tiniaher. 
Bobert Baldwin, moulder. 
Mrs. J. Bennett, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
Jamca Good, iron founder. 
Hond Mreel iutcr$ecli 

Vacant lota. 



68 
70 



108 
110 



192 
194 
190 

200 

■ I 

202 
204 



206 
208 
210 
212 
21(5 
218 

220 

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222 



224 

228 
230 
2S2 
234 
236 
238 
240 
242 
244 



Church strut itUeraecls 

James Thorburn, M.D., surgeon. 
Dalhoiisk atr'et intersecla 

Chiistian Bach ley, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
Miss Mary Harnett. dreHs maker. 
Mrs. Martha Kenney, widow. 
Cooke's Church. 
Miilu4il street intersects, 

Vaiant bits. 

Jarr is street intersects 

BuniesM k Sons, bakers. 
Mrs. M. Brath, witlow. 
Mrs. .\lice Callighan, widow. 

Vacant lots. 

dcorrje. street inlersetl-s 

Moas Park. 

Shcrhourne street intersects 

8ttn\uel S. Mutton, rual and wo<h1. 
John Kidd, ]iainter. 
Mm. Margaret Cochrane, widow. 
Janu'S Morrison, provision dealer. 
Thus, iiellam, foreman Boiling Mills. 

Vaeant lots. 
Bichardsdu k Brother, butchers. 
James Kichai-iNiin. 
William Hagii' , ]irovision dealer. 
Kichard (iavin, grocer. 

Sealon street intersects 

James Allen. .M.D. 

.lames Pringle, insunuice agent. 

Kdwin (!. Inker, boot and shoe maker. 

William .Martin, salesman. 

Ninian L. Holmes, chemist. 

Michael Hynes, grocer. 

Miss Elizabeth Cuthbert, confectioner. 

William Wrutbroom, cashier. 

Mrs. Wm. WfstbrtHim, dry gomla, 4c. 

(Jeorge Blong, grocer.. 

Mc.W((/iiiii street intersects 

Thomas Patterson, grocer. 

Vacant lot. 
Ahu. Ann Wliitlen, widow. 
.\rthur Anlagh, builder, 
■lohn Stratton, mjichinist. 
Mrs. Margaret Carlyle, widow. 
William Carlyle, cariH-nter. 
Emanuel llollingshead, clerk, 
(ieorgf Fol'g, tailor, 
liolicrt Bainey, farmer. 
William McClymont, baker. 

Berkeley street interseets. 

Vacant lots. 
h^lward B. Shuttleworth, chemint. 

Parliament street intersects 

James Taylor, safe maker. 
John Taylor, safe maker. 
Vacant lota. 



intersects 

.D., surgeon. 

inter seels 

hoeniBki'i. 
t«. 

(IrcRd maker. 
f, widow. 



nterstets 

U. 

ierscds 

ers. 

)W, 

I, widow. 

iterseefs 

intersects 

ual mid woo<l. 

■niic, willow. 

vision liriiliT. 

an i{olliiif{ Mills. 

a. 

sr, butcInTs. 

nsioii dealer. 
I'l. 

terseels 

iiiir 1- n(»cnt. 
t and hIioc maker. 
Nniim. 
lii-miHt. 
rr. 

I'cit, lonffotioner. 
ftisliior. 
n, ijry koihIs, 4c. 



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nfersectt. 



rdocr. 
t. 

tidoW. 
l.T. 

iniNt. 

c, widow. 
wnftT. 
il, <Krk. 



linker. 
terseels. 






itli, chemiiit. 

intersects 

iki-r. 
kcr. 



328 
332 

83(t 
33S 



296 Mrs. Eliza Carroll, widow. 
" George Cole, calniiet-maker. 
Vacant lots. 
808 (Charles Coo|ht, stone-cutter. 
•• John Meredith. 

Vacant lots. 
Patrick Si)ai.t(ht, tailor. 
Mrs Muria Itonner, 8(!an)8tre88. 
Vacant lots. 
320 Oeorgo Workman, wool carder. 
32'2 Sclia.stian KiiuKler, music teacher. 
32i Jusi'|ih M<'(!urry, IdackHudth. 
320 James O'lla^un, grocer. 

Pine street intersects... 

Timothy Keaton. 
Mrs. .Miiry J. Fidlard, widow. 
Cwen Kofhill, carter. 
Vacant lot. 
.lames Nolan, tailor. 
Samuel Ki'nnnly, canvasser. 

Vacant lots. 
Francis Kune, gi-m-er. 

Sinnaeh street intersects 

Vacant lot.s. 
<ramr.s Faii'bunk.s, engineer. 
Williani .Mulli){an, laborer. 
Thoma.s Tolian, luliorer. 
Mrs Klizulietli .Mcehaii, widow. 
William Heaty, lal>orer. 
Mrs. Mary A. Beilley, widow. 
Ale.xandfr Still, lulnircr. 

N'acant lot^ 
Antonio Spadonac, gardener. 

Vacant lot.s. 
Michael Cartan, laborer. 

Rirrr street interseeta 

Vacant lots. 
414 James ,\gnew, carjienter. 
416 Williani Haiinders, boat builder. 

Vacant lots. 
Jtiver Don inter.vets 



374 

37(5 

378 

3784 

3S0 

382 

384 

388 

408 



QuMD strMt East South ilda. 

C'umtnences at Yonije and runs ciist to Don 

Hirer. 

Vaeont foundry. 

Vietorin street intirsects 

Thomas Smvth, «lorekee|H'r. 
Michiud Nolan, grm-er. 
Mrs. Kli«a Sutherland, widow, 
21 James McAllister, lalnm-r. 
" I'atri.tk O'lbien, laln.rer. 
** r .lames Kdmonds. 
" r John l>unlo|i, laborer. 
" r .Milt. Mary l>onohue, widow. 
33 Men unl Chirkin, grocer. 
2fi Henry (/uillani. 
" .lames Davis, shm'inaker. 
27 Mrs. Margaret McHetli, widow. 
" Nonpati liain, eorjK'nter. 
Vacant Ihiuso. 
Vacant house. 



33 
35 



43 
45 

47 
49 
61 
63 



65 



69 
61 
63 
65 

67 
ii<J 
71 
73 
75 
77 

83 
85 



93 

99 
101 



109 
111 
113 
115 

117 

121 
423 
125 
127 

131 



141 



David Archbohl, sgt. police. 
Williani I). Darlington, (uitent roofiag. 
Vacant lots. 

C'/are street intersects 

John L. King, M. D., physician. 

Henry (irahani, dry goods. 

James Walker, clerk. 

Jlrs. Cliarliitto Shaw, widow. 

Mrs. Jane (Sray, widow. 

Mrs. Maiy A. Cooper, boarding-house. 

(Vuireh street ill terseels 

Drs. Kosebrugh k Keeve, oculists and 
uuri.sts. 

Vacant lot. 
William M. ('a]H)ii, jminter. 
Vacant house. 
Charles McDonald, m(i.soii. 
John (iir.eon, jilasterer. 
Michael llordeii, laborer. 
Patrick (iaimr, milkman. 
Mrs. Alice Cowan, widow. 
Nimroil Haberstock, musician. 
Mrs. Kli/jdictli Sweetmun, widow. 
John .Mc( 'iiiinitr, train disi>utcher. 
WilJinm Delaney, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
John Swallwell, shoemaker. 
James Melrick, jwrter. 
Patrick (Meeson, carter. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Cool lbirj;ess. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. .1. W. Millar, widow. 
John .Milcidicc, ]ii'cssiiian. 

Vacant lots. 

Jitrvis street intersects 

John Mcl.ain, paper stainer. 
.Mcvaiidcr Nasmith, carpenter. 
Alex. Hannah, woollen manufacturer. 
Mrs. Isabella Logan, widow. 
Andrew .Vrmsti'oitg, salesman. 
Kdwanl lioyd, lalnirer. 
Mrs. Margaret lUakey, widow. 
Joseph Leake, pressman. 
James D. McNab, chair-niaker. 
(ieorge Smith, dairyman, 
.lames .Mien, laborer. 
Hugh .Marshall, laborer. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
J. Carty, soa]i and candles. 

deonje street intersects 

Kdward Stephenson, builder. 

V acant lots. 
ThoniiM Storm, builder. 

Vacant lots. 
Hear nrenuHes. 
W, clyne, grocer. 

L'urolinr street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lane intersects 



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187 



197 
19fl 
201 

203 

<< 

209 
211 
213 

217 



Henry H. Wright, M.D., physician. 
Private grounds. 
Mrs. Rose O'Herron. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Mary York, widow. 
Alexander Sheridan, engineer. 
Allan Hutchinson, sailor. 
Simon Brecn, switchman G.W.ll. 
John Quinn. 

James Martin & Son, Ontario Foundry. 
William Huston, gilder. 
Joseph E. Cupples. 
Vaciint house. 

A. A. Kiddel, M.P., coroner. 
C. J. Kiddel & Co., chemists. 



Ontario street inter sects 



223 James Mnloney, mariner. 

225 James Kerr, builder. 

227 Miss Margaret Somervillo, dress-mok'r. 

229 James Martin, machinist. 

Vacant house. 
239 Alexander Donaldson, salesman. 
241 Hermann Durler, machinist. 

Wesleyan Church. 



Berkeley street inter seel a , 



249 William Cooper, grocer. 

251 J. '.itthews, commercial ed. Leader. 

253 John (Jraham, moulder. 

255 George Flint, book-keeper. 

267 Rerai Delude, machinist. 

269 John Black, clerk. 

261 Mrs. Rebecca F. Hyde, music teacher. 

263 Miss Ann Maguire. 

265 John Cooju-r. 

Adam Heatty, grocer. 



Parliament street i>iferser(s 



271 Mrs. F. Fume.ss, grocer. 

273 Francis Furness, i)ricklayer. 

276 Vacant house. 

277 Mrs. Mary Muri)hy, witlow. 
279 Dominick J. Cumin, laborer. 
281 Vacant house. 

283 John Wrigley, wool batting manu'er. 

285 William Steel, book-keei)cr. 

287 Edwin Mayball, cari)enter. 

289 Mrs. Margaret Graiiigei', widow. 

*' John Smith, carpenter. 

Power street intersects 

Vacant lots, 
301 Mrs. Amelia J. (Jreen, widow. 
303 John Spalon, la1)orer. 
305 Matthew Monan, laborer. 
307 Patrick Judge, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

816 Michael Judge, cooper. 

817 John Kern, laborer. 
819 David Larkin, carter. 

833, 326 William Kingslcy, grocer. 

/V n*! street intersects 

827 William Fraser, shoemaker. 



Sbl James Clancy, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
Lane intersects 

346 James Daly, laborer. 
351 Michael Hays, teamster. 

Vacant lots. 
Shumach street instersecta. 

Vacant lots. 
877 Mrs. Bridget Geraw. 

Vacant lot. 
381 James Bryant, jwrter. 
383 Michael White, laborer. 
386 John Taylor, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
403 Samuel Matthews, laborer. 
405 Michael O'Brien, laborer. 
liivcr street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
River Don intersects 



I 



Queen street west— North side. 
Commenrcs at Vonge awl rtnid west to Dundas. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 

John O'Connor, i onfectioner. 

C. H. Copping, packing box manu- 
facturer. 

David Lorsch, second-hand clothing. 

Thomas Robinson, barber. 

William Hamilton, blacksmith. 

C. Coriii, sign writer. 

Richard Stublw, second-hand clothing. 

George Berl'oot, laborer. 

J. F. i'eterkin, wood carver. 

William Latch, lumber merchant 

Colin McDougall, lumber insi)ector. 

John Si-ath, lamps and oils. 

William & Ale.xander King, general 
brokers. 

James street intersects 

Jolin Burns, grocer. 

Mrs. Helen Anderson, straw millinery. 

J. F. Davie, musician. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mulholland, grocery. 

Julius Alexander, second-handclothing. 

A. (!. McCauley, tailor. 

John Rodgers, laborer. 

William Hays, laborer. 

Robert Hunter, second-hand clothing. 

Mrs. Hester Ive.s, grocer. 

Edward Beckett, Globe iron foundry. 

Vai'ant lots. 
Joseph Fitxgerald, blacksmith. 
John BoNall, house-furnishing goods. 
Owen McBride, laborer. 
Mrs. Sarah Killroy, wiilow. 
Jas. Sp«mce, prop. British fiion Hotel. 
Ottowa Tolliver, whitewa.sher. 
T. H. Bills, butcher. 

Ternulei/ street intersects 

62 Robert Emery, M.I)., druggist. 



10 



12 
14 

II 

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18 
22 



24 
26 



30 
32 
34 

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344 
36 

H 

38 
40 
42 

48 
50 

64 
66 
68 
60 



orer. 
lots. 
temects 

cr. 

inistor. 

lots. 

1 instersects 

lota. 

IW. 

lot. 
rter. 
iborer. 
rer. 
lots. 

, laborer, 
laljorcr. 

ntcrsects 

lots. 

intcrsfdn. 

North ride. 
1 riaui vest to Dumlaa. 

lot. 

oiifeotioiipr. 
(Kicking box inanu- 

ond-hand clothing. 
. barber. 
), black.sniitli. 
tcr. 

wcond-hand clothing, 
iljorer. 
ood carver, 
r.iiber merchant, 
lumber insiK'ctor. 
s and oils, 
inder King, general 

intersects 

er. 

•son, straw millinery. 

ciun. 

iilholiniid, grocery. 

Hvond-hand clothing. 

tailor. 

orer. 

Iiorer. 

eond-hand clothing. 

grocer. 

lijobc iron foundry. 

l>lt.S. 

, blacksmith, 
sc-funiishing gocda. 
l)orer. 
y, widow. 

Hiitish fiiou Hotel, 
^hitewosher. 
ler. 

i intersects 

, 1)., dniggi.st. 



ADVERTlSJIi:MKNXt.>. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

The Matriculation Kxaniination willlie held on the Ih-irt; Monday in Jauaary,' May,*nd 
.Septemlwr of each year and continue for one week, exne])t wlien sjieeial cases n^uirc f devi»- 
1 ion from the jjeriods mentioned. 

Uluuv.\Tio\.— Spring and Fall, when the K.\amiiiatioiis will Iw both Written andOral. 

Tlie fjectures coninjenee on the Ist of October and end on the 31st uf^arclu 

. 1 i .< H 3 ^y I /:-l— <--•' •:/ ' ' iHf )•!' ^ , \ U '^{ T A 1 ! I'll A 
MEDICA.L ITiVCULTY. 

Medicine aud Urdlrdl ratli«I«cr» 

HON. JOHN UOLl'H, L.L.11., il.D.. M.K.(.;.S., KN(;. ; CONSU1<TINO PHYSICIAN 
TO THK TORONTO <JKNEKAJ. HOvSPITAl.. 

I M, . - 

Midwifery and IMoMwrit of momcn n«d Chlldrca« 

W.VLTEK B. OKIKIK, M. D„ J-, K. C P.. LONDOX, ENO„ M. K. C. S., AXi> L.M., 

EDFNHURa. 

.llNtrrIa .MeiUca UMd Tberapentlca, 

CHARLES V. BEHRVMAN, M. D., M. A.. ; MKDIOAL OFFll'KR TO TORONTO 

JIENKKAL HOSPITAL. 

f ._• ■ ■ ,. 
liiMtltutew of .Hedlclne, 

JOHN .M. KKID, M. D. 



1 



i Chenlatry and Bolan)« , 

JOHN HERBERT 8AN0STKR, M. A., M. \). , 

Margvrjr and SMrglcal PalliulH9« • ' 

WILLIAM CANNIFF, M. 1)., M. R. ('. S., KNG. 

Anatomy, DeHcrlptlTC and itiniKlcal, 

JOHN FULTON, M. I)., M. R. 0. S., ENG., L. Jl. (.'. J*., LON. 

AMorlatm In C'llnieal ll«dlclne and Snrgcr)-, 

JOHN KINO. M. B., M. U. r. S., ENO,, PHYS1('I.\N TO TORONTO GENERAL 
HOSPITAL AND PHYSICIAN TO HOUSE OF PROVIDENCE. 
J. WIDMER ROLPH, M. D., J.. R. C. P., LON. ^ 

Vrneral Path«IoK7- 

HON. JOHN ROLPH, L. L. D., M. I)., M. R. C. «., ENO. 

.Hcdieal Jiirlaprndenve, 

('H/VRLKS y. BERRYMAN, M. IJ., M. A. 

• cniontlrator of Anatoniji*. 

JOHN BARRICK, M. 1)., I,. R. C. P., LON., M. R. C. S., ENO., L. lU C. P,, AJSD 

h. XL V. S., EDIN. 



.IfJO/i 



Clnrator af Ihe Mnaenm, 

8. P. MAY, M. 1)., NATUILXLIHT. 



[SISE KKXi; VMEi 






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ADV£RTlU£xM£NTS. 



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'fha Diplunm u( the Univuiitit| i:* iicogniziMl by tliu Uoyal (..'ullege oi Ph^iiicwnii, London, 
■ad also by the Koyal College ot Surgeoni, RiiglRiii], thrn-by only retjuinng the jireflpnU- 
tion ot' the Diploma of this UniT>:r!tity, with proof ut° being twenty-one ^ears of age and of 
good atonding ; a oertiiicatc of iLst ruction and nrolioiency in the practice of V(tceiuation, 
Hnd satisfactory pvidencc of hiiving >>evn orcupioa nt Irimt fuuk yearH in tlir acquircinent of 
profpssional knowh-dgc. 

This Unirentity, jw are all the «th»!r Univt-i-sitien of Britiuli North America, in 

AFFILIATED TO TORONTO UNIVERSITY, 

Under wrhioli ufnUution the pupils have their choice of 
graduating in either Institution. 



The following Students uf tiie Uediial IJcpHi tnieni uf thin Uiiivv 
in Great Britain from its niant ilistingnishi'd t'ollegw, viz. : 



i-sity have gained honom 



HionuK A. N0KBI8, M. v., Vii. U iv., L. 15. «'. I',, Lond., Kngland. 

Jamm Nkwc'»>muk, M. I)., Vic. Univ., 1,. U. V. I',, iiond., England, M. K. C. S., 

Kngland, 
J. V. Davidsus, M. J)., Vi.:. Univ., 1.. K. <'. P., i^uul., Knglund. 
•foHX Ftuox, M. ]>., Vif. Un.r., I* It. (•. R, Loud., Kngland, M. K. C. S., England. 
TuoMAH A. Kb\tinv,.M. D., Vie. l-'niv., M. 11. C, S., Kngland. 
AWBON Buck, M. I>., Vi«-. Fniv., M. 1!. C S., Knglund. 
W. Frkbman, M. It. <'. H., Knglund: (traduulrd Vic luiv, 
HiAMKl. ti.AKKK, M. D., Vi«-. Hniv. ; M. 1)., Univ. of Kdiulmrgh. 
John Burtch, M. i». , Vic. ITi.iv. ; L. K. •'. 1'., London, Kngland. 

.fojiy Bakrick, M. 1)., Vic. I niv. ; L. K. «'. P., i^ondon, M. H. V. S., Kngland: 
].. R. i\ V. and f-. K « . S., Kdiuburgh, .Scotland. 

TnuH C. Tkokkk, M. 1)., V>. i'niv., M. I{. V. H., Kng::ind ; I.. If. «'. V. and 
L. K. V. 8., Edinburgh, .Scotlan<l. 

.1. A. WiLi.iAMK, M. P.. Vi.-. '.'niv., L. K. «'. I'., I/,mlon ; M. K. «'. .S., Kngland. 

W. B. r.KiKiK, M. 1^., Vi . Univ., 1,. JU. C P., London; V. K. C. S., Winburgh, 

; gooUaud. 
iMvin Kkaokv, M. D., Vic. Univ., L i(. «'. P., I^ndon ; M. K. ('. S., Kngland. 
.L WiuMKK RotPH. M. O., Vic. Univ., L. H. ('. P., l,ondon. 
I). McLaktv, M. 1), V:,-. I'riv., M. H. C. S., England. 
H. McKay, M. I>., Vic Unix , M. X \'. S., Kngland. 



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Are dfliverrd in the conimo.'.iou'. TfjcHtro al Vorkville, iu the fcuburba of Toroaie. 



Anr fiirthtr information may be oblainetl by ikddrr.s«ing tlic l>tau— Hun. Jork Rottl* 
18 Q^rrari 8tre«t West, Tobokto. 



TORONTO CITY DIllECTOUY. 



129 



ITY. • 



'Ii^'»iuitin8, London, 
liriHK th»i present* • 
years of age and ot 
tice of Vaccination, 
tlir aci(uirenient of 



America, in 

V^ERSITY, 

shoice of 

• liHVf gained honom 

land, M. K. (*. ».. 
I(. C. 8., England. 



{. C. S.. England: 

I.. K. <". V. aii.l 

r. S., Kngland. 
('. S., Hxlinburgh, 

C, H., Kiigland. 



uburba of Toroat«. 



-Hon. JoKN Rottl« 



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■silver 



M. \)., L. I). S., 



821 Louis Soibert, toluoconiat. 
64 Charles Toye, merchant tailor. 

Vaciiiit lot. 
68 , Mrs. Miiry .f. Eird, clothing broker. 
70* William Aikias, M.l)., physician. 
704 J. & J. !<■ Uirncy, drirymen. 
72 William M. WiJijory, oystc-. mi fruit. 
724 William Aitkiiis, baker. 
74 Frtd. W. I.illie, gropi-r. 
76 John O'Mally, dry gooils. 
?8 George A. Uosbacii, l)utchiir. 
80 Wallairu Milliclmmp, gold aii'l 

plater. 
82 Frederick .lenkinn, grocer. 
821 Moses Henjiiniin, tooacroiiL'tt. 
84 Mrs. Mar;;arc't Mills, ncwn dealer. 
" John Melaiider, watihmaker. 
86 Jo.seph Howsoii, iM.I)., druggi.st. 

,. Elimhrth s/reet iiUernecti 

A. .Tjinline, jfrocer. 

90 J. Stuart Sott, 

phy.sii'iaii. 
92 William llickiimii, jr., grocor. 

91 W. W. .Smith, oysttr suIddu. 
96 Duviil llolliu.s, giwer. 

98 Moses Williams, M.l). 
" Isoat: Williams, boarding-lii!U.«t'. 
100 William Oxeiiham, butilier. 

Sayer sttrei'H intrrsecLt 

O.sgood<: Hall. 
James .Vli'X iii.liT, hmsekeejit'i. 
Donald SutluiRtml, usher. 

Sayfr ttrfl intrrs-rdi 

Georjje Hunt, i<olii'emaii. 

Mrs. Britlg.^t liizpalrick, gate keeixr, 

college avenue 
Henry Stoner, prop Avenue ilou.ie. 
John llerb'it, baker. 
I'liilip .Miireli, striker. 
Miss Catherine llolnies, linunling- 

hou.^e. 
Ocorge Jones, hotel keeper. 

H'ilUnm nirefl iixUrufcli 

ir>rt Charles Clinkenbroomcr, watehuiaker. 

Vacant lot. 
160 Martin I!yan, wareliouseman C.T. 15. 
162 Anderson I'aiion, barber. 
164 Uoberl Kilfeder, carriage maker. 

" Mrs. Ueliecca .\sh, widow. 

•* r Oeoijje .Vllcn, carter. 
166 .losi.ih I'allar I, hardware. 
168 Kdwanl Wilmnt. gro.'. r. 
170 William I'lith, I'urniturc di'abr. 
17- .Mrs. Susan i''liin,i!^aii, grocer. 
174 Kobi-ri Kiil'edcr, bn.irding hoiisi . 
176 Thomas U. Williams, " Uriiai.aia 
Hotel." 

iJitmiiur nfnel internf^t$, 

180 Owen Cu.sgrove, grocer. 
I804 I'alrick Main, slio<-maker. 
182 liiurge (.iolsoii, Hour and Iced. 



142 
114 

U6 

148 
•< 

150 



184 Joseph IlafTan, druggist. 
188 Thomas Kydor, c.trriage works. 
" Sampson Marks, dry goods. 
*' Mosca Green, dry goods. 
Vacant lots. 
192 It. M. Todd, second hand dealer. 
194 William Armitoge, second hand store. 
I 196 Vacant hou.*e. 
I 198 William AiulertoM, oarpi-nUT. 
I 1984 M"- J""'" Flaherty, widow. 
j 20ft Mrs. ilary Sibbet, grocer. 

I Rnijrew streft intersects 

I 202 Walter M. Clancy, hotel keeper. 

204 William Hughes, grocer. 

206 Miss KUen Aikenhead, straw millinery. 

208 William Malburn, i-ariK-nter. 

212 Louis W. Mergleld, Koyal Arms Hotel. 

210 Edward GrilKn, lalwrer. 
St. Patrick's market. 

at. Patrick's Square inftrtectt 

216 John Ball, grocer. 

220 William Asu, grocer. 

222 .lames Hrooks, broker. 

224 John A. Wil.s.m, barber. 

2241 Edwanl Jolly, storekeeper. 

John strrrl intemecta 

Patrick Mums, hotel keei>er. 
228 k 230 Thomas Adams, engineer G.T.K 
232 William Tarletoi:, shoemaker. 

John Morrison, grower. 

A. M. Hubbard, cariientur. 
Vacant lots. 

^yilliam W. Ogden, M. 11. 

George Price, grocer. 

Brrerlnj street inter^ertu 

.\lexander Johnson, Maple Leaf Hotel. 



234 
230 

242 
244 

246 



248 i 2ri2 John J.u'k.son, tin.imith. 
2.'i4 M. S. Morell, dry goods. 
2.'i6 Menjamin Hall, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
262 Philip Mortimer, cabinet maker. 
262.i Jnmes O'Mrien, workman G.T.K. 
2t'>i William Cooper, carpenter. 
2ii4.J John hloane, carter. 
206 Mrs. Margaret Pnrdv, Mlack 
llotr!. 

l/.'ti'/ic street i nterstet^ 

Thomas M.'.Jneen, bra.s.s finislier. 
Patrick llutier, boots ond shoes. 
William Mooncy, school-teacher. 
Neil .Mi'Taggnt, cab-owner. 
George Trjvis, laborer. 
Vacant ht. 
William Tnivis, !al>orer. 
Patrick Shiel.ls, laborer. 
Iticliard Tnrrell, mouldc.-. 
Patrick Casy, l.d)orer. 
John Haihy, butcher. 
Thomas A. .Mara, grocer, 
.lolin Kerr, b.'xker. 
Albrt Hu'vard, Unig;;i.it. 



Mall 



270 
272 
274 

270 

2 SO 

282 

284 
t, 

286 

2.SS 

290 



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*, 



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i 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'S 



308 
310 



816 
816 r, 



292 Miss Sarah l'.<C&ffray, milliner. 
296 Thomas Bailey, fruit dealer. 
2964 Joseph Garbutt, wood-polisher. 
298 8. S. Kayne, store-keeiier. 
300 .loseph Him, tailor. 
802 '. J. vVilliams, undertaker. 
804 William Hayes, boots and shoes. 
8044 Martin Harrison, fancy goods. 
806 Thomas Hoddns, boots and shoes. 

William Noble, wheelwright. 

William Hodgins, grocer. 
Vacant lot. 

James McMillen, machinist. 

A. Davis, provisions. 

Josiah Coltard, cutler. 
318 Chas. J. Minett, cooper. 
8184 Hugh Callaghan, boots and shoes. 
320 Bernard McCabe, laborer. 
322 Mrs. Sarah Welsh, widow. 
324 John Duckworth, plasterer. 
824, 325i Mrs. John Duckworth, milincry. 
826 Robert Brown, Spadina Avenue Hotel. 

Spadina Avenue irUerseeti 

George Henderson, grocer, 
('hampion Jones, fancy goods. 
William Purdy, carpenter. 
Mrs. William I'urdy, milliner. 
Gtorge Yorke. 

Vacant lots. 
Hon. John Hillyard Cameron, Q.C., 
M.P., barrister. 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Cowdry, M.D., physician. 

VatMulcy street intersects. 

James Cathcart, inn-kecpcr. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. Jane Dunn, widow. 
•Joseph Ruddcli, fruit dealer. 
("harUs Wadsworth, pen dealer. 
Mrs. Jancttc Alexander, grocer. 
John Brown, store-keepr. 
Heni-y Chaloner, blacksmith. 
Mrs. Henry Chaloner, dry goods. 

Esther street intersects 



338 
830 
8304 

832 

842 



854 



366 

364 

366 

868 

370 

370 i 

372 



Vacant lot. 
874 John Hnllanioro, dniggist, 
876 Patrick Wcisii, grocer. 
378 Williiun Tucker, butcher. 
380 Alexander Stewart, grocer. 

" Mrs. Margaret Constable, widow. 
382 Mrs. Ann Mara, widow. 
384 Joseph Lewis, barber. 
886 Alex. McDonnell, barrister. 
388 Thomas H. .Mislmw, grocer and baker. 

Dcnison Avrnue intfriicct.i 

West Knd t'luircli (Presbyterian). 
Janu^s Doyle, banister. 
Private grounds. 
400 Allan Cameron, Clerk Process. 
« 406 James Thompson, hotel keeper. 
408 Duncan Mei'liee, teamster. 
" Mrs., Duncan, McPhec, ncws>dealer. 



410 William Mitchell, cabinet-maker. 
" Mrs. William Mitchell, grocer. 

Maria street intersects 

412 Henry W. Tietzner, dry goods. 

William L. Love, brakeman G.T.R. 

Mrs. William L. Love, grocer. 

William Brown, dry goods. 

David Earls, peddler. 

John Crawford, butcher. 

Mrs. Maria Grav, ichool-tMcher. 

John Huggins, helper. 

William Wright, conductor N. R. C. 

Mrs. William Wright, dry goods. 

W. M. Adams, tin, copper, and sheet- 
iron worker. 

Mrs. Mary Motfatt, fruit and confec* 
tionery. 

Mrs. Marion Halliday, drygooda. 

William Hathorn, laborer. 

Mrs. Mary Armstrong, widow. 

John Litligow, engine-driver O.T.R. 

Rol)ert Peter, z^c-cr. 

John Katon, engine-driver. 

Reuben Coons, car-repairer O.T.R. 

William George Peacne, mason. 

Joseph liCndreville, cooper. 

Richard Smith, Blacksmith's Arms 
Hotel. 

Thomas Murphy, boots and shoes. 

Charles Manipricc, butcher. 

Luke llozack. grocer. 

Adam Sutherland', pensioner. 

Patrick Vaughan, grocer. 

Vacant store. 

Charles Petty, sergeant artillery. 

Joseph Power, grocer. 

Joseph Power, Royal George Hotel. 

Bnthur.it street intersects 

4.')8 k 460, W. Awd, butcher. 
460 r Charles Boatman, blacksmith. 
Vacant lots. 

William Thompson, waggon ir.;;ker. 

Patrick Welsh, gro<'er. 
Vacant lots. 

John Knox, boots and shoes. 

William Finn, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 

Mrs. M. J. Henderson, widow. 

Joseph H, Tenyck, horse dealer. 

0Hicers'(iuartcr8, "C.," 29th Regt. 

OHicers' .piarters, " B.," 

Ollicers' (piartei-s, "A.," 

Private griiunds. 

Military hospital. 

William Bright, (retired.) 

Private grounds. 

David B. Read, barrister 
, Lumley street intersects.. 

512 W. A..I/'e, buibler. 

511 Samuel Bennett, laborer, 

51(1 Clement Double. 

518 Samuel Burnett, broker. 



414 

14 

416 

44 

418 
420 
422 
424 

II 

4244 

4:a 

430 
*'r 
432 



434 
"r 
"r 

436 

438 

440 

442 
444 

446 

448 

452 

4524 

454 
II 

456 



464 
466 

468 
470 

474 
" I 

476 
478 
480 

400 
502 

610 



II 
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131 



cabinet-maker, 
tchell, grocer. 

interstdt 

er, dry |;ooda. 
, brakemauQ.T.R. 
Love, grocer. 
Iry goods. 
Her. 
utcher. 

Bcliool-te«cher. 
ilper. 

conductor N. R. C. 
■ight, dry goods, 
in, copper, and sheet- 

itt, fruit and confec* 

liday, drygoods. 

laborer, 
trong, widow, 
igine-driver O.T.R. 

ne-driver. 
irrenairer O.T.R. 
Peacne, mason, 
le, cooper. 
Blacksmith's Arms 

boots and shoes. 

', butcher, 
ocer. 

dj pensioner. 
I, grocer. 

ergoftnt artillery. 

roccr. 

toyal (Jeorgo HoteL 

tet interHcts 

butcher. 

I, blacksmith. 

t lots. 

son, waggon m^kcr. 

^wer. 

t lots. 

ts and shoes. 

;ro('cr. 

t lota. 

lernon, widow. 

ck, horse tlealer. 

1, "C'.,'" 29th Kegt. 

I •■ It " << 

I, u. , 

,. "A.," •' 



(retired.) 

barrister 
ttt inUrsecta,. 

ll.T. 

, laborer, 
, broker. 



£20 



636 
638 
640 
642 
644 



648 
650 

662 
650 

668 
i< 

660 
662 
664 
666 
668 



Rir;hard B. Blake, commission mer- 

chant 
Private grounds. 
Capt Felix Lennon, mariner. 
George Wniy, dealer. 
Jacob Haymond, engine-driver. 
Thomas Jackson, laborer G. T. R. 
Mc Bride k Co., butchers. 
Vacant lols. 

Bishop street intersects 

Thos. Coates, prop. Western Hotel. 
Andrew Smitn, harness and trunk 

maker. 
Mra. Hannah Hickey, grocer. 
Henry Brock, prop. Brock's Monument 

Hotel. 
John Hennesy, pensioner. 
John West, stone-cutter. 
Edward Anpleton, laborer. 
Edward Glentield, laborer. 
David Dunn, jiensioner. 
Robert Simpson, 13th Hussars. 
Jos. Golding, prop. Balaklpva Hotel. 



.Strachan street UUersects.. 



Vacant lots. 
Jeremiah Goddard, gate-keeper's lodge. 
Rev. George Whittaker, provost. 
I{ev. John Amberry, vi(!e-provo«t. 
Rev. Wm. Jones, mathematical master. 
Rev. A. J. Broughall, classical master. 
James Bovell, M.D., Prof. Natural 

Theology. 
J. F. Scholes, porter. 
Philip Hartley, steward. 

Shaw street intersects 



642 



648 



Edward Leadlay, hide and skin mer- 
chant. 
Thomas Hook. 

Vacant lots. 
666, 668 Richard Montgomery, spinning- 
wheel maker. 

Vacant lot 
Vacant shop. 

Vacont lot 
John Dunn, tanner. 

Vacant lot. 
Williiim Kanere, drover. 
Wm. Cruit, telegraph operator. 
Martin Welsh, grocer. 

Vacant lot 



688 
690 



Oivens street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Henry McGuire, prop. Crown Inn. 
, Ditndas street intrrseda 



Queen street west-Soutb aide. 
Commences at Vongr, and runs West to 

Dundas. 
1 John Jennings, dry goods. 
9 James Uavey, flour and feed. 



9 
It 



21. 
25 
27 
31 



314 

33 

334 

35 

35 4 

39 

41 

43 

46 



Mrs. James Dcvey, intelligence office. 
John McDonald, {mrter. 
Hugh Jefferson, agent 
Knox's Church. 

23,' Samuel Meadows, plumber. 
James McMannus, cooper. 
Edward Kunitz, butcher. 
Janjcs McKindlcss, carpenter. 
William Mickle, pattern cutter. 
Edmund Taylor, carpenter. 
William Edington, painter. 
Thomas Gregory, moulder. 
Hugh RciJ, moulder. 
Robert NiXon, painter. 
James M;;Kav, clerk. 
William Abellard, news agent. 
Thomas Jackson, bill poster. 
Francis P. Donohoe, shoemaker. 
John Fry, cabinet-maker. 
Joseph Wcstman, bellows-maker. 
John Westman, parasol-maker. 
James Vyse, pattern-maker. 
Peter McCabe, second-hand store. 
George D. Lucas, sig>; writer. 
John Kavanogh, pawn broker. 
Jennitth Murphy, pawn broker. 



.Bay Street intersects,. 



47 Mrs. Mary Iredale, tin shop. 
49 John P. Dunn, Custom House officer. 
' Henry K. Dunn, salesman. 
" r John Listove, carpenter. 
" r Walter Eccles, book-keeper. 
51 Michael Dewar, cabinet-maker. 

Daniel Montgomery, carpenter. 

David Ross, grocer. 

Mrs. Julia Brown, widow. 

Simeon Erwood, furniture dealer. 

Richard Clark, shoemaker. 

J. liewis, laborer. 

Sebastian Fry, shoemaker. 

Samuel Booth, car][H!nter. 
k 67 William Bugg, second-hand turni- 
ture. 

William Fry, house and sign painter. 

Mrs. f]. Scott 

Mfss RoUen. straw bonnet-maker. 

John Smart, hainlresser. 

Mrs. Mary Brock, second-hand cloth- 
ing. 

William Calleiider, carver. 

Mrs. Ann McClinton. 

James McMp.nus, cooper, 

John Judah, foreman. 

John Moore, niattress-maker. 

James Stephenson, second-hand furni- 
ture. 

Charles E. Rosenbury, grocer. , 

Alfred Butler, news dealer. 

John Hackett, school. 

Hugh Mc(!aw, merchant tailor. 

William McCaw, tailor. 

Richard Beauchamp, furniture dealer. 

William Lownsbrough, nhocmaker. 



63 
55 
57 
61 



73 

65 

69 

It 

71 
<< 

73 



76 

4( 

77 
79 
81 

83 
85 
87 
89 

«< 

91 
93 






132 



C. £. ANDERSON & GO. S 



i 



95 
•< 

<< 

t« 

. t 

v: 

974 
103 

It;. 
109 



111 
113 
115 
117 
119 



H. T. Smith, plumber. 
John Ellis, bmM-finisher. 
Robert Williams, brasa-moulder. 
James Richards, plumber. 
William Stanley, brass-finisher. 
Miss C. V. Smnll\t-o<«l, hair-drcsser. 
Thomns Smallwood. saw-sharpener. 

ViHiint lots. 
SainiK'l rranc, coal and wood. 
A. J. Ikliiitj, pawn-broker. 
Simon Nii'hvlls, saddler and suluon- 

lvrr|.lT. 

Mrs. £liza1>cth Bennett, ucond-liand 

dealer. 
Vacant shop. 
Vacant shop. 
Joseph Boyce, butcher. 
H. J. Wood, tinsmith. 
J. G. Marriot, butcher. 
Michael Blume, druggist. 
Thomns May, hotel-keeper. 

Fork strut intersecUi. 



121 
123 

125 

II 

129 
181 
133 
187 
139 



145 



Thomns Coyne, tavern-keeper. 

Mrs. Sarah Hodgkinson, .second-hand 

store. 
Francis Kfarx, grocer. 
Jehn, Henft, cigar-makcr. 
William Briscoe, blacksmith. 
William Clarke, shoemaker. 
William Briscoe, blacksmith. 
Neil Meehoii, saloon-keeper. 
Thomas Henry, gardener. 
William AVelsli, blacksniitli. 
Michael Green, lalwrer. 
Mrs. Mary Finegan. 
Siimuil Leo, clerk, 
William Loe, hous«>-painter. 
Joseph Lee, druggi.st. 
Philip Lee, druggist. 
Jane Minor. 
Vacant shop. 
Vacant house. 
Robert Smith, tlyer. 
Caliughan McCarthy, builder. 

Vacant lot. 
Edward M. Hoddcr, M.I),, physician. 
John Foster, grocer. 



147 
149 
181 
153 
155 

159 
167 

" Simcoe street intersects.. 

169 
171 
173 



Dr. R. J. Andrews, physician. 

Robert Shc]ipnrd, mnrble cutter. 

William II. Sheppard, marble cutter. 
Vacant lot. 

Manscl Noland, truvcllcr. 

Matthew Gannon. 

Janus FaKiuluirsoii, tailor. 

Timothy I) Leary, grocer. 

Robert Dougla.-!. 

David Williiinis, bricklayer, 

David Ross, confcctionnr. 
1914 Anthony Gilchrist, night watchman. 
195, 197 John Spence, grocer. 
199 Thomas Hell, wood ond cool. 
203 William Coo, wire worker. 



177 

1774 

179 

181 

183 

■i85 

191 



205 



Thomas Kenne<ly, grocer. 
Dutican street intersects. 

Private grounds. 
John street inttrsetts, . 



243, 246 Rickerstaffk Bro., grocers. 

249 Police Station No. 3. 

253 James Walker, tiiiie-kcfperLocomotiT* 

Dept. (1. T, K. 
2J6 John West, lnit< Ikt. 
257 (itorge Maiks, engine-driver U. T. B. 
259 James Dcnl.nni, carpenter. 
2594 John Scholcs, shoiniaker. 
261 John Allan, hilMiur. 

" Mrs. M. J. (Jiinivlxll, widow, 
Patrick Riley, \,,U i;.-t. 
261 r Fred. (LiipprM 1,ili ng't. 
263 Noble Charles. 1,1 our. 
265 Mrs. Elicia Ri'ii.ili, buker. 

" Donald JIcDonnld. 
2654 J. P. Crocker, machinist. 

" Mrs, Thos. Emery. 

" r Mrs, Eliza Grcdwill. 

" r Mrs. Eliza Flanagan. 

" r Mrs. Sarnh Green. 

" r Roger Connody, labort>r. 
267 Isaac Grayson, giw^er ond dry gooda. 
2^)9 Miss Jane Hall, drcs.smaker. 
2694 Thomas Brew, tailor. 

James Way, grocer and dry goods. 
273 Mrs. Boyle, widow. 

" Robert John.ston, cari>cnter. 
275 Mrs. John Caldwell. 
277 Robert Cowan, shoemaker. 
279 Peter Bird, fruit dealer. 

Vacant lots 
283, 2831 William Moore, grocer. 
285 Ricluml Jose, confectioner. 

" James Cox, confectioner. 
287 George Digby, saddler. 
289 S. A. (Jliver, Hour and jjriKluce. 
291 Arthur Farley, grocer. 

Peter street intf.rsects 



293 Samuel Hunter, tovern keeper. 
295 Dr. John E. Kennedy, physician. 

" George Gray, carpenter. 
297 Mi.hael O'Loughlin, Uiilor. 
299 Beuity & Townly, pointei-s. 
303 (i. WootUand & .Son, boots and shoes. 
305 Tliomaa Mockey, cab jjroprietor. 
307 Vacant shop. 

" .M. Ka.ssel, dry goods. 
3074 Isaac Clare, farnur. 

" r Vacant house. 
309 Isaac Clare, farrier. 
311 John Bai;i, baker. 

Vacant lots. 
317 Mrs. Kennedy, widow. 
Vacant shop, 
321 Dr. John Brown, physician. 
323 (teorge Bell, hou.se furnishing. 

Wcsleyan filcthmlist Church, 
331 r William Don.ildson, engineer. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



138 



881 r Archibald Crawford, baker. • 

Walter Leigh, laborer. 
333 Berrie & BrisbAiii', bakers. 

Vacant lot. 
887 Valentine Caldwell, miner. 

•• William M. Caldwell, miner. 
339, 341, L«foi)old Schuster, cigarM 

tobacco. 
843 Arclii))ald McMuUen, grocer. 

Vacant house. 
847 Ilichard liawrcnce, saloon koeiier. 



aud 



479 

485 



497 

.1 

609 
611 
615 



.Brofk gtreft intersects. 



John Mulvey, grocer. 
Charles Boatman, blacksmith. 

Vacant lot. 
Dominick Swift, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
Edward C. Scarlett, lumber merchant. 
John Higgins, lalwror. 
— Stewart, machinist. 
John Wiggins, saloon. 
S. J. Wilnoii, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
Tfcumseih street intersects 



349 Vaiiint shop. 
351 Edwin Talk, butcher. 
Vacant lot. 

lyouis Uitchey, carpenter. 

Joseph Holman, blacksmith. 

John Mcintosh, blacksmith. 
357i James F. McQuin, wagon-miJ rv 
369 Michael Rouk, grocsr. 

Thomas Kooke, cabinet-maker. 

John Wallace, brewer. 

James Harris, maltster. 

— Stewart, musician. 

'Robert Burroughes, messenger. 

John Robinson, tviunstcr. 

William Winter, engine driver (S.T.R. 

George Davis, carjientter. 

James F. McQuin, waggon maker. 

Vacant Shop. 
373 Mrs. S. Richardson, widow. 
873i Mrs. M. A. Uavis, widow. 
Vacant lots. 



353 
356 
867 



861 
863 
363 
867 



Lane intersects. 



Hon. Donald McDonald, M.L.C. 
Private grounds. 

Esther street inUrsKts 

877 J. R. Dunn, butcher. 
879 Charles Ruse, grocer. 
381 John O'Halloran, butcher. 
383 David Bnidy, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

F. Rush, grocer. 

George Evans, tinsmith. 

David Kennedy, w.nggon maker. 
Vacant lots. 

Portland street intersects. 

A. Schultz & Co., grocers. 
Geotge Hiirtiugh. 
John Kitson, cabinet maker. 
409 Mrs. James Drummond, millinery. 

*• James Drummond, muchinist. 
411 R. Fowles, gidccr. 
413 Mrs. William Reeves, wiilow. 
415 Daniel Sheehy, engine driver N.R. K. 
Shed. 

Vacant lot 
Alex. Phillips, striker N. R. C. 
Shed. 

Vacant lot 

Bathurst street inltrseets. 



Vacant lot 
• " James Lester, gardener. 
tli William Ho<idetts, 13th Hussars. 
" Etlward Dalton, conductor O.T.B. 
Vacant lot. 
535 Jonathan Stubbs, agt Lubric. Oil Co. 
Vacant lots. 
Primitive Methodist Church, 
Vacant lots. 



.Niagara street intersects. 
Vacant lots. 



Laiu intersects 

619 C'osgrave k Co., brewerj*. 
A. Boyd, blacksmith. 
Vacant lot 
West Toronto Brewery, Wallis k Mou. 
629 John Farr, brewer. 
* Vacant lots. 

mtrachan Avenue itUemects 

Provincial I^unatic Asylum. 

Ramsey's Lone -East side. 

Commences at Queen IVest and rtins Tiorth to 
Sydenham. 
2 Peter Kerrigan, laborer. 
Rear ]ircmises. 
John Bligh, peddler. 
William Tracy, shoemaker. 
Vacant lot. 
. James Banks, salesman. 
Vacant lots. 
Private grounds. 

Sydenham street intersects 

Ramsey's Lane -West side. 

Commences at Queen IVest and runs north to 

Sydcnha7n. 

Rear premises. 
Vacant house. 
Rear premises. 
Albert Albin, laborer. 
6 William Leonard, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

Sydenliam street intersects 

Reed street- -North tide. 
Commences at Pi)u (opposite General Hospital) 
and runs East. 
Vacant lots to end. 



184 



0. B. ANDERSON A CO. S 



ii i 



-South ilda. 

Commeneu at JSiu {oppotiU Oeneral HoipitaS) 
and run* £aM. 

VacAnt loU. 
IiMC Ginn, printer. 
iMac .Idhnatuii, lation-r. 
William Owen, iiiachiiiiat 

rrs-. 

KagoBt itrMt- Bait Uda. 
Commmcet at North Park, and runt North to 
Beech. 
liear preniiava. 
Private gruunda. 

Lane interucta. 

Thomaa 1). Smith, cwrpenter. 

Rear premiaea. 

John Itay, carter. 

William 8nuth, ahoemaker. 

Mra. Jane Uurgoyne, waaherwoman. 

Edward Hibbctt, Uilor. 

Jamte street inteructt. 



18 

17 
SI 
S3 
S6 



Rear premisea. 
Bnice Mitehi'U, gardener. 
19 Edward Kiohanlwn, .wilor. 
Vacant lota. 
Edward I.<eech, carpenter. 
Prirate grounda. 
Thomaa Cody, laborer. ^ 

Bagw* ttiMi- Waat rite 

Comnuneet at South Park, and rune North 

to Beech. 

Rear premisea. 
Privata grounda. 

Lane intereecl*. 



12 

18 
20 
S2 



S8 
84 
88 



Thomaa Muir, porter. 
Vacant loU. 
Patrick Leary, laborer. 
Michael Kennedy, laborer. 
John Patton, alioemaker. , 

Prirate grounds. 

Jametetrtft xnterMcts 

William G. McDermutt, confectionar. 

Private grounds. 

John Hrown, mrdener. 

Private grounda. 

Thomaa Hcrgin, laborer. 

Private grounda. 

Rear premisea. 

Bttch street interteels , 



i 



Eaaflraw atraat- East alda. 

Commences at Queen and runs north to Orange 
road. 

8 Mrs. Elizabeth Sibbitt, widow. 

S George Sharp, tiluaterer. 

7 Thomaa Rain, laborer. 

•* Leonard Wilcox- 



9 William Sanderson, laborer. 

Lane intersects, , 

Vacant lots. 

18 D. McMorria, cabinet-makt.. 

16 John Murphy, laborer. 

" Mra. Margaret Hickey, widow. 
" r George Uuaa, ])eddler. 

17 David Ikll, tailor. 
•• Mrs. A. Purves. 

" r Edward Powell, lalwrer. 

19 Daniel Enriuht, laliorer. 

Vacant lot 
23 Alexander Smith, lulmrer. 
'* r Mrs. Catherine Garrahey, widow. 
" r MisH Hannah Coghlin. 
25 Dennis Guinauc, laborer. 
" r Thomaa Perkins, Tarmer. 
" r Mrs. Catherine McNulty. 
27 Thomaa Darcy, carpenter. 
29 Ittrs. Ann Murphy, widow. 
31 ^Villiam McVein, aaleaman. 
33 Daniel Flanagan, dairyman. 

Vacant lots. 
61 John Barley, letter-carrier. 
•• Robert Simiile, carpentt-r. 
63 Mrs. Mary I'atterson, widow. 

Vui'ttut lota. 



.Orange Road intersects. 



Baafraw straat—Waat side. 

Commtncts at Qtuen and runs north to Orange 
road. 

2 Michael Cleary, innkcejxir. 

Vacant lots. 

10 William Ridley, painter, G. T. R. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lota. 
20 Mrr. Catherine Burns, widow. 
" Mrs. Hannah Kliis, widow. 
22 Michael Burns, laborer. 

Vacant lota. 
Orange road inte.Mcts 



16 



ftiohaond street East- Morth std*. 
Cotnmeticfs at Yomje and rtins to Nelson. 

4 George Campl>ell, ]>atent forge maker. 
6 Charles A. Scodding, printers' joiner. 
" Nathaniel Whitehousc, pocket l)Ook 
maker. 

J. R. Armstrong's Foundry. 

Humphrey Elliott, boarding house. 

Victoria strut internets 

Ij. C. Coddington, Richmond House. 

Willioin Louden, clerk P.O. 

Drs. King and liay, physi>iana and 

surgeons. 
F. H. McCallum, druggiat, 
Edward Foley, laborer. 

Lane intersects. 



20 
22 



26 



n, laborer. 

erHcU, 

luU. 

net-makt.-. 

jorer. 

ukey, widow. 



iler.. 



alwrer. 
il)or«r. 
: lot 

liiliorer. 

irrahey, widow. 
hiin. 
laborer, 
farmer. 
cNulty. 
irj)enter. 
r, widow. 

aalesman. 

dairyman. 
loU. 

ter-carrier. 
irpcntrr. 
son, widow. 

loU. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



135 



I intersectt. 



r-WMt ltd*. 

( runs north to Orangt 
i. 

n.-ikce]>cr. 

lota. 

painter, 0. T. R. 
enttts 

lota. 

urns, widow. 
ia, widow, 
iborer. 

lota. 

I inU,-$teti 






kit- North ltd*. 
and rtint to Xelson. 

jiatent forKe maker, 
iiiff. printem' joiner. 
Iiuiifie, pockut l)Ook 

» Foundry. 

t, tiuardiiig house. 

t interacts 



, Kidiiiiond House. 

ch-rk P.O. 

liay, phyii<ians and 

druggist 
borer. 

ersects. 



38 Joseph Anderson, grain merchant. 
80 Vacant house. 

Vacant carpenter's shop. 

Lane arul itablts intersecL 

38 Mrs. Amelia King, 
Canadian Institute. 
44 II. Galbraith, liousc-kceiKr Canadian 
Institute 



S2 
<> 

64 
B6 
C8 
«0 

82 
68 
70 

41 

72 

74 
«i 

76 

78 
80 

86 
88 
90 
92 



94 

96 
ti 

98 
100 
102 

106 
« 



.Clare strni intenuctn. 



Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Thomns l>. Harris, general agent, 
.lohn Whitehuail, engineer. 
Mrs. Mary Jane Walsh, boarding h^use. 
^Villiam McFarland, clerk. 
Joshua Crawford, pap«>r-bag mauufac- 

tun-r. 
Percival Placer, grocer. 
Adolphus Whiter, lal)orer. 
James McCarron, lal>orer. 
Mrs, Nora Kennedy, boarding house. 
Mrs, Francis Moran, huckster. 
James Moran, cabman. 
Timothy Harnett, printer. 
Patrick Doyle, bookseller. 
Hugh 8. Crewe, clerk. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
Matthew O'Connor, painter. 
Mrs. Filiza Ovens, boarding-house. 
William Hammond, shoemaker. 
Mrs. C. n. Merrick. 
James H. Merrick, merchant 
Uominick A. Merrick, merchant 
Mrs, Margaret Little, seamstress. 
Bernard Judge, tailor. 
Peter Foley, shoemaker. 
Thomas Herkinshaw, traveller. 
Patrick Kane, tailor. 
Mrs. Ellen Duff, grocer. 

Vacnnt lot. 
Burnett Dolan, moulder. 
Samuel Piddington, printer. 



.Lane interucl*., 



108 William Tavlor, shoemaker. 

110 Mrs. Mary Elliot, boarding-house, 

Laiu intersteti 



112 Philip Flinn, carter. 
Vacant lot 



.NeUon ilrtet intersects. 



RlohmoBd BtTMt East-South sld*. 

Commencts ol Yonijt mid rtins east to Ntlton. 

1, 3 H. J. Rose, dniggist. 

Rear premises. 
7 Mrs, Kichmond, lK)anling-liouse. 
9 £. J, Wallace, moulder, 

Lane interseets 

11, 13, 16 fiiilK-rt IVttTcy & Son, painters 
and glaziers. 



17 
10 



Lant inttneets , 

Mrs. Charlotte ?>ehan, boarding-houa«. 
T. W. F, Smallwood, Federal Works. 

Victoria strut internets 

23 Philip Murphy, shoemaker, 
25 Mrs. Ann S[)olling, wosherwoman. 
Baptist Church. 

Lane intersect* 

31 Mrs. eiizahi'th Dixon. 

Lant intersects 

33 John Hall, M.D., ItoMueopathist. 
La}u interseets 

37 ('hns. B. Jones, M,l)., homoeopathist. 
Mrs. Emily H. Stowo, M,l), 
Kol>ert I^slie, builder. 
Miss J, A. Stewart, boarding-house. 
Mrs. Annie Adair, boarding-house. 
Robert Wilson Dossor, grease mano- 

facturer. 
Mrs. Alice Kirby, )H)arding-house. 
Mrs. Sarah M. Douglas. 

Vacant lot 
Smedley k Sutherland, packing-box 

manufacturer. 
Mrs. Mary Ann Ashall, marine shop. 
Mrs. Mary Dubson. 
Samuel Oliver, painter. 

Vacant lot 
Henry McEvoy, tavem-keeiwr. 

Church street intersects 

Peter McDonald, grocer. 

Laiu intersects 

67 Vacant house. 

69 William Powor, pensioner. 

71 John Ulorer, lal>orer. 

.. Lane interuets 

78 John McCaully, shoemaksr. 
Vacant lot. 

Lane iuterseets 

Alex, McCarthy, mail conductor N, R.R 
Rev. M. (Sarvey, synagogue. 

Lane intersects 

83 



3» 
41 
43 
45 
47 

40 
61 

66 

67 
69 
61 



66 



79 
81 



Thomas H. Scholes, painter. 
Edward Russell, clerk. 
William Henderson, book-binder. 
Silas Urahani, tailor. 
John McQrath, carpenter. 

Lane i)i ^rcts. 

Michael Culhane, shoemaker. 
Michael O'Connor, carter. 

Lane intersects 

90 Stephen Ikvine, laborer. 

'* John O'Connor, hilwrer. 

'* r Mrs. Bridget McOregor, washerwoman. 

" r Cornelius Daly, laborer. 
101 Mrs. Ann Shields. 



86 
87 
89 
91 



95 

97 



<lt" 



<,•'>.' i< 






186 



C. £. AMDEBSON A Ca S 



Vacant lot 
Cbriitian lirothfn' Schoul. 



Lane inUrHcU 

109 Vacant Iioum. 

Ill Henry Kane, lalwrer. 

Kdward Thornhill, tavfrnkei'pcr. 

Ntl$on ttnel intfnecla 



RtohmoBd ftTMt Wait- Nonh aida. 
Cvmtnfneet at Vonge and rtini vtH to Peter, 
Hear ]>rrniisea. 

JameA Hurry, St. Oeorgr's iwloon. 
James Wylie, Iniildrr. 
John Carter, printer. 
William Carter, rarpcntor. 
Watson Taylor, tiiilor. 
Alfred Taylor, tailor. 
Rear Kno.x'a Church. 
HooUi k Son, eoppcr-amitlia. 

Vacant lota. 
Jamea McKce, loaehman. 
nartliolomew Heed, )<aint<>r. 
Andrew Kiddle, lal)orer. 
Mrs. Karah Krooka, (widow Joseph), 

boarding-house. 
Jamea Morrow, dairyman. 
Mra. Mary Ann Forbes, (widow -\lex- 

ander). 
David Sleeth, printer. 
Mrs. Johana, (widow James). 
John N. Agnew, physician. 

Bay street intersects. 

4S George Armstrong, grocer. 
" Mrs. Maria Hughes, (widow James). 
James Irwin, aalesman. 
John Taylor, tobacconist. 
Mrs. M.artha Dunlou, (wid. Jackson.) 
Patrick McKello, laborer. 
Joseph MoCutcheon, tailor. 
William Wilson, laborer. 
Samuel Stern, importer. 
Mrs. Christi'ia Faulkner, (widow Oeo.) 
Charles A. iicnnett, baker. 
George Oal, book-keeper. 
William Givwdcn, turner. 
James MrPherson, book-keeper. 
Joseph Kirkland. shoemaker. 
C. J. Thorlcy, tailor. 

Vacant lots. 
Christopher Harris, waiter. 

Donnelly, mason. 

Mrs. Harriet Wvmau, (wid. William). 

Hoarding house. 

Chiiriea Wright, blacksmith. 

Mrs. Ann Morley, widow William. 

Mrs. Ann lioveli, widow of James. 

John Garvin, general agent Ktna Life 

Assurance Co. 
Thom»s D. Harris. 
John Wilcooks, builder. 

Vacant lots. 
John A. Donaldsion, Gorernment Im- 
migration Agent 



« 

8 
10 

14 

12 
■t 

2« 

30 
82 
84 
86 

3S 
40 

42 
44 

48 



60 
52 
54 
66 



58 
60 
62 
64 
66 
68 
70 
72 

76 
78 
80 

82 
84 
86 
P8 

90 
92 

9« 



98 John Bailey, rar|)«ntcr. 
100 Mrs. Kaloma I'lelf, widow Anthonj. 
102 MrM. H. Fry. 

104 William Dixon, rarriaga m^er. 
1044 James Godfrey, inachiniat. 
106 John James, clerk. 
108 k no Kdward Wilby, children's carriage 

maker. 
(First Colored) Wcsleyan Methodist 

Church. 
112 Mrs. Kuther Owen, widow Ilichard. 
114 Michael <io<lfreV', grocer. 
116 (ieorge Hill, saloon. 

York street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
124 Henry Wati-on, carfHuter. 
126 William Uobins, builder. 

Vac.mt lots. 
1.14 Dennis I.«'ary, laborer. 
136 Henry Ferguson, stonecutler. 
138 James Little, bnggage-maater. 

** Snmuid Foster, city jtolice. 
140 John Monison, carpenter. 
142 TlioniMs Cnl)Ie, carriage-builder. 
1424 John Scales, ])orter. 
144 Chas. G. Dunn, machinist 
146 Hichard Hnssard, i>aintcr. 
148 Penjamin Worth, builder. 

*• r Mrs. Kliza Hamilton, wid. John, 
160 Duncan Mclaggnrt, wooil agt G.T.R. 

Vacant lots. 
152 Martin Duniphv, steam- fitter. 
154 Mrs. Isabella Martin. 
Private grounds. 

Simcoc street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
168 Thomas Wallace. 
170 'Ihonias Go<lson, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
176 James Norris, bookkeeper. 

Vacant lots. 
182 Andrew Walton, merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
188 James W. Inman, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 
194 Mrs. Ix>uisa I^'wis, wid. Daniel. 

Private grounds. 
200 Henry Godson, district- iiis|)ector of 
excise. 

V.icant lots. 
204 Mrs. .Sarah I. Iturns. wid. William. 
?66 Andrew Hussell, 

huncnn street intersects 

Private grounds. 

Christopher llobinson, Q.C., I>an'ister. 

John street intersects 

2.'J2 Koderick Cournecn, marine inspector. 
234 Richard Kirkwood, teamster. 
230 Daniel I>anib, blacksmith. 

Vacant lota. 
340 G. Haker, mer.'hnnt. 
242 Ucv Thomas S. Kllerbjr, EpiacopaL 






TORONTO CITY DIRECTOUY. 



137 



titer, 
widow Anthony. 

rringti m^cr. 
chinut. 

', children'tcu-riage 

'onlrynn MethodUt 

willow llichsrd. 
rocrr. 



tttr$feti. 

A*. 

ptTiter. 

lililt-r. 

L)tl. 

riT. 

OIlfcuttlT. 

i|;c-iiiaatifr. 
jwlitr. 
|icnter. 
iu{;i*LuilJfr. 

c'hiniat. 

ai liter. 

)uilil(>r. 

n, wid. John, 

, WOOtl Bgt, G.T.R. 

t)t«. 

:cuni- fitter. 

n. 



nUrsecU. 

DtS. 



erchani. 

)ti. 

•keeper. 

^tn. 

iTi hant. 

itH. 

laleiinmn. 

ItH. 

wid. Daniel. 

atrict- inspector of 

>tt. 

I, will. William. 



inUrsfcU . 



m, Q.C., 1)arrUter. 

Ursfcls 

niaririi- inspRctor. 
Ipani.sfcr. 
sinitli. 

U. 

Thy, EpiicopaL 



846 Kotiert ntimt. 

248 Charles Shatter, marble-cutUf. 

550 Matilda Kurvinan, widow Ilowland. 
Vacant house. 

551 ra|it. Hiiniuel Hylvrsttr. ■ 

268 Samuel FiicdlitndiT, train deapatch«r 

(».T,H. 
2S8 Miss Margaret Drown. 
260 I'eter Uo«s, clerk Tost OOico. 

Vacant house. 
201 John Uoss, salrsninn. 
Vutant lot. 
llear prciiiisi-M. 

PtUr itrtft inttriftti 



Richmond strMt Wast South stda. 

Cnmmfnftt nl Yony* and ntn» xoest to Brock. 

1 Marmailuke I'earaon, merchant. 

Hear premises. 
6 John (iillrii, lioiler-niaker. 
" Til 'J Jolin Sepsworth, wagiron maker. 

" " William 1 1 ornshaw, jobbing smith. 
94 .'"hn Green, tailor. 
11 i'liomaa Davidson, bookkeeper. 
" Mi'H. Jane [)aviils«)ti, widow John. 
18 Mark Mowman, book-keeper. 
1S| Daniel (Ireenwond, iiensinner. 
" Mrs. Allison, nii>lwife. 

Catholic Apostolio Churrh. 
10 Jnmes Mcllinurray, physician'. 

Wealeyan Methodist f'hurch. 
89 Ford k Kurbes, carpenters and Joiners. 
United Tresbyterian Church. 

Hay itrtet inUrtteta 

Rear nreniisca. 
47 Mrs. r'liza Creighton, wid. Samuel. 
49 Mrs. MarE.irtt Carrick, wid. Andrew. 
51 Nathan .Musgrove, whitewiuthing. 
KS, C5 Hobert Armstrong, builder. 
ft7 William Iturke, builder and lumber 
dealer. 

Vacant lots. 

ShfpiMirtt utrtft inlerseett 

Lumber yard. 

John Singleton, jiainter. 

Hiram Morse, train despatrbor Q.T.R. 

Willium Kahey. 

Thomas Kuliey, elerk. 

S. r. Kleiser, jeweller. 

Thomas Hilton, shoomaker. 

Yard. 

Daniel lirooke, senr. 

Daniel (). Mrooke. 

Thomas Wruv, Itook keeper. 

Henrj' W. pfiillipji, carpenter. 

Charles W. Maltmaii, box-maker. 

Lant inU ntcU 



«0i 

71 

73 

7* 

77 

81 

13 
85 

864 



87 Jauies Murray, weaver. 

Vucant lot. 
91, 95 Mrs. Hose llinton, lioarding boUM. 
97 Charles Kuuh, shoemaker. 



97 Steward I.eter, laborer. 
99, 101 WllHain Foy, grocer, 

York ttrtft inttrttct* m. 

Hear jiremises. 
Ill r Martin liorrigitn, lalMUT. 

•* r Owen Quirk, laltorer. 
Ill James Herry, farrier. 
113 Samuel Tettigiew k Co.. builders. 

116 James Drewitt, mail-driver. 

117 Joseph Curry, teamster. 

Vacant lots. 
131 l-Mward S» • ge, builder. 

Stone ). .. 
133 Hugh ' alwell, horae-shoer. 

Vacant lota. 



.Siiiifot ttrut inUrutUu. 



153 
166 
167 
ISO 
161 

171 
173 

181 

187 



233 

235 
237 

243 



201 
26.1 
2C6 
267 



Rear premises, 

William Durie, clerk. 

John Dixon, carriage-builder. 

Matthew Kelloch. 

S. Skelton. 

Hugh Sinclair, landing-waiter H. M. C, 

Vacant lots. 
John J. Vickers, express agent. 
Alexander Cemmell, bookkscpar. 

Vacant lota. 
Norris Ula4-k, sewing mat-hiuca. 

Vacant lota. 
Michael Uwlor, M.D., physician. 

Duncan tlrut inUr$teU 

I'rivate grounds. 

John Streelinttrteelt, 

Private grounds. 

Mrs. llschel I'hipiia, widow Thomaa, 

dressmaker. 
James Sykes, lal>orer. 
James McMalion, tailor. 
I'rivate grounds. 
Samuel H. Smith. 
Private grounds. 

Vacant lota. 
John Jose, laltorer. 
William HuUen, laborer. 
Mr. Helen I.ewis. 
Patri-V McConvey, lal>orer. 

PtUr Strrtl inUrufU. 



BtTtr rr««.t-East slda. 

f'om'mfnct* at ^'r 7 nd runs north to Don. 

Thcnnis s>av.-.», Don Brewery. 
Chillies Winter, soap factory. 
William Lucas, edUnnan. 

Vacant lota, 
llolwrt Charlton. 

Vacant lots. 
Thompson k Allen, East End Brewery. 

Vacant lota. 
M. Iiinis, turner. 
Joseph Harrington, gardener. 

Vacnut Iota. 



27 
59 

43 



97 



J. 

i 



188 



C. JS. ANDERSON A CO.'s 



Owen Keho«, tailor. 

Vacant lota. 
Paraon Rroa. , Don Oil Refineiy. 
W. A. Clark, auperintcndent Don Oil 
Kefinery. 

Donitreet inUrieets 



Rlrar itraat-Waat wU». 
Comnuneet at King and runt north to Don. 

Itear prt'.iisca. 
Queen street intersects 

Vacant lo{j. 
Jonathan Dunn, oscnt Don brewery. 

Vacant lota. 
Vacant houaejt. 

Vacant lotR, 
Jeremiah O'Hearu, uniployde Rolling 

Mills. 
Peter Kerr, employee Rolling Mills. 

Vacant lots. 
Wm. lionff, jr., brakeman 0. T. R. 
William l<<>ng, sr., shoemaker. 
Richard Johnston, laborer, 
liobert Charlton, lat)orer. 

Vocont lots. 
Simon K.!ho<;, l.ihoror. 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Watt, jwrtcr. 
James Scarlett, carter. 

Dcech strtet interurts 

Vacant \uU. 
Mrs. I<ouis« Silverthorne, widow, mil- 
liner. 
Michael Cosiiidv, laliorer. 

Oak street intersects 

Vacant lota. 
Don street intersects 

Robart streat Bast side. 

Commences at L'oUeije ntui runs north to city 
limits. 

Vaiunt lots. 
Samuel Johneton, idaner. 
Viiumt "ot*. 



66 

68 
70 
72 

84 

04 



.City limits. 



Kobart street -West Sid*. 

Commences at Uolhuje und runs north to city 
limits. 

2 John West, lalmrcr. 
Vacant lots. 
10 John Dunn, clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
8S John HiidgcrN, lalHirer. 
87 Mia. Margaret Imw, wiilow. 
Vacant lots. 
H. I.. Hinie, land a^cnt. 
Michael Dillon, laborer. 

City limits 



32 
34 
30 
38 



RoblaaoB street West- North slda. 

Commence* at Jiathurst, a7ul ruiu lVe*t t* 

Strachan. 

Vacant lota. 

Markhu m street intersects 

28 John Munn, jiorter. 

30 Thonnui Foster, cleaner O.T.R. 

Thomas Dunn, laborer. 

JanicH Hankiii, machinist. 

James Kluckiuore, car|K-nter. 

Francis F. Haugh, durk U. W. U. 
Vacant lota. 

Ontario street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lumley street ininsects 

Vacant lots. 
llo}>e street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Bishop street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

120 George Caddy worth, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



Strachan street intersects 



RoblBSOB street Weat South stda. 

Cumtnences ut JJHthurst and mm JFnt 
to Strachan. 

Vacant lota. 
Charles llagnall, laliorer. 

\ ncant lots. 
31 William Ked|>atli, carpenter. 

Vacant lot«. 
37 James 0. McDonald. 
3» Udney Walker. 
41 liev. W. H. Hagan. 

Vacant lots. 
Lumley street ifierneits 

Vacant Iota. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

Bishop street iiUersedt , 

Vacant lots. 
115 John .lackson, kee|wr l^nnatio Asylum. 
117 Jidin tScully, keeper Lunatic Asylum. 
119 (ieorgu i'ulham, lulHirer. 
121 Christopher liarnian, lalxrer. 
123 John Mellninri', lalmrer. 
126 . Forsyth. 

Strachan stteet interssets 






Rttssell Street 

Commences tU Queen's Park and runs vest to 

Bnhert. 

(No llousna.) 



rt-North lUU. 

aiul rutu H^fit U 
n. 
it«. 
t inlnsecU 



unrr (}.T.Il. 

>riT. 

Iiiniat. 

uriK-ntiT. 

■ link C. W. 11. 

llM. 

inttrudM , 

oU. 

inUraects 

otfl. 

iteritcU 

otti. 

inUraeet* 

otjt. 

I, laborer, 
ots. 

inlcrucU 

It South (Id*. 

4 unit ntnt JVul 
■an. 

otN. 

ilwrer. 

otti. 

i iirp«nt«r. 

lotR. 

a. 



uta. 
Mta. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



139 



I>t4. 

iiUerKcU , 

uti. 

«r Liinntio Asylum. 

r Lunatic Ah^Iuiu. 

Hirer. 

n, lal).rcr. 

urtT. 



itiUrncli. 



TMt. 

rk and mm vtM to 

m.) 



tajrcr itrMt-lMt ild*. 

Oommtnctt at Quern }Fe*t, and rutu north to 
College Avenue. 

Rear prfmiaiM. 
9 William H. Ilirk, ahoemakcr. 
11 George Kutcher, lalwrer. 
13 John lIuwkinH, U)>orer. 

16 William Colby, lal>orer. 

•' Henry W. Murpdith, ahoemaker. 

17 William Midilleton, nirasrnger. 
1ft William Whitcomlm, rhair-carrer. 
21 Lutlntr D'OrHay, laborer. 

SS James Harris, waiter. 
Vaiant lota. 

Albert ttrul intersccti 

Rear preniisrs. 
41 Samufl Covne, s<-liool-teai'lier. 

45 James F. Whcnton foreman iron foun- 

dry. 

46 John A. Haines, musirian. 

47 John Welsh, |>uinter. * 

Vacant lot 
61 William Smith, porter. 
63 Tobias (iillrapic, tinsmith. 

Vacant lot. 
67 Tlioinas I<arkin, imuun. 
Louiaaitreft iiUeraectt 



69 Oaorge Ilendrrstm, grocer. 
01 William l.<mghead, car|ient«r. 

Vacant lots. 
67 William Ptr.y, painter. 
89 (>ill)«rt Percy, |K.-rter. 
71 Joseph Neil, carter. 
73 Vacant house. 
75 Bernard McCaulay, moulder. 
77 Vacant liouse, 

79 Koland M< Donald, brakesman U. T. U. 
81 Francis Mn-wn, di-y g<«Mis. 
83 Jamca Willis, houseniover. 

86 James HesHp, iron founder. 

87 Catherine McDonnhl, waaherworaan. 
89 r John MuUuik, laUir.'r. 

894r Catherine Davis, washerwoman. 
91 James Mullen, laUirer. 
93 Vsrnnt house. 
95 ]{olH>rt McKcc, ninson. 
97 Isttiah Mrown, laUirer. 
101 Henry Digbv, miller. 
103, 105, k 107, henry Hriggs, rarpenter. 
Vacant loti. • 
Vacant house. 



121 
123 



Aijneii atreet interitcU. 

I{e*r premises. 



Vscant hoiue. 

WiH>4l van I. 
131 Janu'H Vlcnderleilh, carjienter. 
133 Bamud Murjdiy, butt:her. 

KtluHinl ilrrrt xnterueia, „ 

136 Alexunder T. Johnston, grocer. 

137 Mrs. Ann Silver. 



139 Jamea Morrow, carpenter. 
Hear premises. 
Vacant house. 
Vacant house. 

Blm itreet intersects 

156 Mrs. Warner, widow. 

157 Charles Stewart, printer. 
159 James Morrow, caritenter. 
101 James Kerr, moul.ler. 

163 Thomas (iray, clerk in Chancery. 

166 Mrs. Hannah Montgomery, «.^ow oi 

Kev. K. A. 

167 Mrs. Margaret Timson. 

109 James Aikenhead, salesman. 
Kear premises. 

Vacant lot^ 
181 John Hedden, carter. 
1G5 Thomas (larrick, bricklayer. 

** Andrew Klvine, cutter. 
187 Duncan Cameron, student. 
189 William Milne, cariient^T. 
189 r Frederick Fisher, cabinet maker. 
191 r William Hutchinson, cari>cntcr. 
196 'lliomas Kvans, carter. 
10.^^ Holxrt Huliuan, conductor O.T.R. 
1U7 Charles Wakefield, shoemaker. 
109 Charles Smith, builder. 
llayter street intersects 

Hear premises. 
211 Vacant house. 
213 John Best, grocer. 
315 All>ert Jones, butler. 
217 Henry Jones, waiter. 
219 Mrs. Margaret Hnmllwood. 
221 (Jcorge Nokes, broom-maker. 
233 Mrs. Mary Ann Taylor, tcamstreM. 

Vacant lot. 
227 Hichard Carter, tolwcco worker. 
229 William Siver, porter C.T.R. 

Vai'ant lots. 
235 Jonathan Attiel, can>enter. 

Vacant lot. 



.Avenue htnt inlerteets. 



lAjar gtreei-West aids. 

('ovnnfnce.i at Qitten H'e»t and runs noriK to 
t'olltiie .^I'fHue. 

OsgiNxle Hall and grounds. 

Dsyooile street intersects 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lot 
... Lnne intersects 

66 r l^njamin Field, tailor. 

68 r I'eter W»k«1, car|>«nter 

CO William J. Craig, un$;ineer. 

62 Win. J. Alexamler, cabinetmaker. 

64 Joseph liiMlir, moulder. 

60 Allan Thomson, printer. 

66|| John l^irrie, slmemaker. 

08 Hubert I'im, piano-maker. 

70 Mr*. HvlxiccA Moor. 



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•• I 

741 

76 

78 

80 

84 

86 

88 

90 

08 
100 
102 



106 

1064 
108 
110 
112 



114 
116 
118 
120 



Vacant lot. 
Kichnnl Vollor. 

Janict MalFer, curpontcr. . 

William Storey, iiaintef. 
Mrs. Ann Crow, widow. 
James Storey, porter. 
IsitbcUa (iranam, grocer. 
Samuel Gilmoure. cow-keeiH-r. 
William J. Maguii-e, plumocr. 
I'hilip Shcehan, detective. 
Fklwurd Lye, organ -builder. 
William Itc(ldan, contractor. • 
Methodist Epis('o))ol Church. 
Nathaniel liaker, carriage-trimmer. 
Fran.^i^ Lech, painter. 
Robert Stewart, blacksmith. 
Emor W. Latham, shoemaker. 

Vacant lot 
Isaac Warden, house-mover. 
George Heatley, tinsmith, 
Sanmcl Davics, clerk. 
William Smith, builder. 
William Robins, carpenter. 
Thomas O. Plowman, gardener. 
James McMurray, cai penter. 
.Samuel Hilts, grocer. 
Ifei.ry Cooper, engineer. 
Jeremiah ItenncsHV, broom-maker. 
James Ramsay, grocer. 



Ayna street intersecti. 



122 



128 



James O'Reilly, tailor. 
Vacant lots, 
James Wright, carpenter. 
James Dykes, car|)enter. 
'* r James An4lrt'w, engine-driver. 
130 Robert Milligan, printer, 
132 Thomas (Jreen, slioemakor, 
1324 '^ol'n !'■ Corin, painter. 
'* James Wilson, painter. 
Vacant lots. 

Edward street interseets 

Vacant lots 
Vacant house. 

.. Lane intcrseefs. 

Rear premises. 
148 Frederick J. Wood, cabinet-maker. 

Elm street intersects 



164' 

166 

168 

160 

162 

164 

166 

168 

170 r 

172 r 

174 

176 

178 



Vacant lot. 
William .\iiderson, laborer. 
Miss Mary Foster, laundress. 
Charles Carr, laboier. 
llobert Hrown, ship-wright. 
Thoniiu; Hart, carpenter. 
Joseph Pilgrim, shoemaker. 
William Peirce, wlutcwasher. 
Jesse linsby, shoemaker. 
Richard Undcrhill, brick-maker. 
Joseph Dobbin, ttarpenter. 
Walter Dickey, inouI<UT. 
Edward Woo<l8, station master. 
Henry Holman, tailor. 



1784 Johri .r. Funston, conductor G. T, R. 

180 Gilbert Milligan, carpenter. 

182 r Thoniiis Sampson. 

184 James Patterson, liut-presser. 

186 Mrs. Eliza Wamn, grocer. 

188 Alex. Grimson, cabinet-maker. 

Vacant lot. 
192 James Anhetcll, foundryman. 
194 Henry Dalton, tailor. 
1944rl''raniis Brown, carjienter, 
196 George Do<ld, i>olisner. 
198 Vacant house. 
200 Vacant house. 
202 David Sampson, match -maker. 
R<Mir premises. 

Ch rxstophtr street intersects 

206 John .Sanderson, grocer. 

208 James Farrell. 

212 William Wilson, itlasterer. 

214 Clmrli's Addison, laborer. 

216 K«iiiamin McKcnnv, furniture-finisher. 
218 

220 Thomas Reynolds, tailor, 

222 Caleb Hoyce, laborer. 

224 ^Irs. Susannah MiCuire, tailoresa. 

224 r Mrs. ^fary Ann Fitzgibbuns, washer- 
woman. 

226 Isaac Francis. 

228 Cerbcrry Ktnnedy, grocer. 

230 Christopher C. Lee, jobber. 

232 Mrs. Eliza Ann Gorein y, drcsa-muVer. 

234 Vacant house. 

236 Vacant house, 

238 Vacant house. 

240 V, ".cant house, 

242 Vacant house. 



Aititue la7u intcrseeU. 



Soott street Eattilde. 

Commences at' Enplanadi', and runs north to 
Colborne. 

1 P.it Murphy. 
•'1 Philip Collins, lal)orer. 
5 William Cochnine, laborer. 
" Mrs. Mary Ma.xwell, waslu rwonian, 
"r Joiin Allan, blacksmith. 
" r Patrick Kearney, wagon-maker. 
" r Robert Hodgson, furrier. 
" r Charlfc Wright, blaiksmith. 
Vacant lots. 



.Front street intersects. 



Argyle Hotel, Duncan McNab, jnn. 
53 Cox k Co., manufacturers of straw 

goods. 
65 G. W.H, cartage agency office. 

Wcllingtmi street interseett 

Ontario Hank. 

Alcx'r Fisher, manager Ontario Hank, 

Culbome street inlertttts 



onductor G. T. R. 
»rpentcr. 

ut-preaaer. 

grofcr. 
liiu't-inakur. 
ot. 

iiulryinan. 
jr. 

iK-nter. 
ler. 



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t interufcU. 
ocA>r. 



astcrer. 

horcr. 

', furniturc-finiaher. 

tailor. 

r. 

Jiiirc, tuiloresa. 

Itzyibliv/iis, wiwlier- 



grocer. 
joMjiT. 
■eiioy, dri'sa-maker. 



ntcmecU. 



aat ilda 
und nms north to 



rrr. 

I ft borer. 

, waslK rwonian. 

nith. 

iignniimker. 

rrier. 

■ ksiiiith. 

tH. 

Irraectit 



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iin McNftb, jnn. 
facturura of atraw 



icy ofllce. 
interieeU.. 



giT Ontario Bank. 
inttrucli 



Soott atreat WMt aid*. 

Commenees at Esplanadt, aiui runn north to 

Colhome. 

O.W.KD(r»6t. 

J. J. Nicliul, coal and wood yard. 

Front tlreet intersects 

O.T.R. ticket ollice, Uich»nl Arnold, 

agent. 
Rear jiremiaes. 
Mrs. T. Carfrue. 

Vacant n-ar prcmise.s. 
Patrick Graham, boarding liotmc. 



34 
44 



, . . . IFellinc/ton street intersects 

John Murphy, tavern-keeper. 
(!ooper8* Xrnis Hotel. 
Rear premises. 
James Andfr.son, di-nler. 
Vacant lots. 



Colbonu street intersects 



Soaton atroet 
Commencfj at Queen 



East slda. 

and runs mrrth to 
Carlton. 

Hear i)reniiM's. 
1 I'atrick Ilaiioy, drover. 
:< Simon Kvans, ))rovi.sion <lcalpr. 
5 John Hawlcy, Uiilor. 
7 Jcrcniiiih Si-ars, painter. 
9 Mark iSolomon, ii;{:irinuker. 

Vacant lota. 
10 I'harlis W. l.ount, barri.stcr. 

La)u inffrsfi-it 

27 Thomo-H L;innin, printer. 
" William D'Oumighuf, laborer. 
29 .loiiu Cauldwall, carter. 
31 John lUitlcr, laliorer. 
" Williiim Lawson, grocer. 
33 William Adam.son, wharfinger. 

Vacant lota. 
i>9 Vacant hoii.sc. 
41 Randolph McMullcn, tailor. 
43 Moses Staunton. 

Vacant lota. 
51 William IVarco, cnj^intcr. 

Lane intcr.Ket.n .. 



63 John Kidd, p.iintcr. 

69 Frcilcrii'k Warwick, teacher. 

61 Vacant house. 

William niii,'ht, bntcher. 

(icorgc Lovell, jirintcr. 
Vacant lota. 

Beech street interser/s . . 

Vacant lot.s. 
109 John Shea, J. 1'. 
113 ThomxH Dudley, f;arprr,ter. 
" John Hums, printer, 

Vacant lot<i. 



139 
141 
145 
147 
161 



179 
181 
183 

201 

296 

207 



Richard Iludaon, mariner. 
Henry IVllatt, broker. 
Mra Jeaaie Allan. 
John Uwuu, aalcaroan. 
John Thomnaon. 

Vacant lota. 

Oerrard street 

Rear premises. 
Jamea Johnston, carpenter. 
II. Stevenson, carreuter. 
John Mulquecn. anoumakei. 

Vacant lota. 
David McCarthy, carjienter. 

Vacant lota, 
lienjumin JenningH, aafe-makcr. 
Bartholomew lluye.s, laborer. 

Vacant lota. 
t'ltrltim stn'i-l iiUenects 



Seaton atreot Wait aid*. 

Covtmrnces at Queen East and runs north to 
Carlton. 
J. D. numi>hrey.s, prof, vocal music. 
8 Hobt. (juy, lessee cattle and hay nur- 

ket fees. 
" F.duaid Guy, packer. 
" John (Juy, carter. 
10 Alfred IVriinton, porter. 
12 John Farrics, laborer. 
14 Mrs. M. Hunter, (widow James), 
18 Francis Marriott, bookkeeper. 
20 ('harles Hoylu, blacksmith. 
22 Charles Davia, (ommercial agent. 
24 Tho.s. Wright, li.shing tackle, ueedlea, 

ie, 
2t) .Major Macdonald, htalT ollicera pen- 
sioncni. 
Private grounds. 
66 Charles Unwin. P.L.S. 
** Charles Unwin, sen., laud and inau- 
rance agent. 

Vacant lots. 
70 .Mra. Woodley, (widow Thomos.) 

Vacant lots. 
78 William Hall, builder. 
•' Mark Hall, builder. 
80 W. S. Johnston, assistant editor Globe, 
82 Samuel Hell, printer. 
bJ NVm. Coldwell, parliamentary reporter 

ntohr. 
" Morgai. Coldwcll, barrister. 
Vacant lots. 

Bterh street intersects 

Va<ant iDts. 
122 Alex. Campliell, accountant Uoyal Ca- 
nadian llank. 
124 Vacant house. 
126 r Henry Itell, jilastorer. 
128 Geori;.! A. Hine, derk Prov. Ins. Co. 
130 John H. Gilbert, printer. 
136 Wm. Turner, laborer. 
138 Thomas W. Hawlinson, clerk. 
142 Thomaa Walker, blacksmith. 



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148 William How*, landing waiter ctutonu. 
148 Thomafl Kettles, saleiinian. 
160 Rol>ert Trnible, ganlencr. 
160 Wm. Ardagh, prop. Shades saloon. 
Rear prentiaea. 

Qcrrard rirtet inkructs 

Vacant lota. 
170 George Reattinff, canlener. 
178 Rev. William McCluie, New Connexion 

MetluKliiit. 
180 Richard Ellia, printer. 
202 Samuul G. Kidout, 8U|)ervi»or uf asacu- 
menta. 
" Mn. Mulholland. 
804 William KobiTtaon, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

Carlton Hrut intfrteets 



McMahon str«f.t itiUrtfct. 



^{(tt'oa I<«««-SouU> Bid*. 

Commfneet ni ^liim., f^nr Queen SaU, aiul 

nir,* i>iiit, h:i ,-.! Vahon. 

PiiraU ftroar,il,v Ki vacant lota to end. 



Salbj itrMt ' irorth atda. 

Couitiunces at IluiUUy nndruns Eatl to 
Shtrbmime. 

Oeonje ttrtet itUtrucU 

Rear pntniinea. 

Vacant lota. 
Sir James Lukin Hubinaon. 

Shfrbouriu itrtet inttrsecU 



Salby itraet South aids. 

Commenca at Jluntlfi/ ixnd rum gatt to 
Sherhounu. 

George Btrtft xntfrstrU 

N'aoant lota. 

Sherbvunu $treft inter$teti 



Shaw atreat Cast aid* 
Oomm/tHceg at Qtittn and ninx north. 
Vacant lota to end. 

Shaw itraei Waat 8l4# 
Cirmme^ca at Quftn nml rum north. 
Vaciott liita t«i «itd. 



iMV^'ii Laaa-Korth aid*. 

Oommenees at Sraton^ nfar Queen Einl, ami 
runs east to McMahon. 

Vacant lots. 

Lan^ interaeriM, 

Jamea Lee, bookkeeper. 
Mra. Sarah Burn.*, widov Patri^f, 
woaherwonmn. 



Bhappard atratt— Baal aida. 

Comtneneei at Adelaide wtM and runs noriK 
to Richmond West 

Rear premiaea. 

iMne interteett 

William Milligan, painter. 
Joaeph Milligan, chair paiuter. 
Theodore Lyon, glaaa atainer. 
Jaraea McIVak, carpenter. 

Vacant lot 
i? bcrt Carrol, builder aad contractor. 
I ? itario Livury Stai^lr^ John Bond 

prop.'ietor. 
Lying-in Hoapital. 
JiichnuTii street interueti ,,, 



11 
13 



23 



Sbeppard strMt -Waat alda. 

Ornim^.'*" at Adelaide wett and runs ncrth 
to Richmond. 

' ;. ^!. Hall, physician and surgeon. 

A, August, curjtenter and joiner. 
•■'} Mrs. lielM'cca Alexander, boarding- 
house. 

Norman Holmes, minister. 
/• WilUo!!, Kllison, carpnter. 
\^ ohn '..'nd, livery stable proprietor. 

William Burke, lumber mercLant 

. Richmond ttrett intenecU 



Iharbturaa atraat-Baat alda. 

Oi>m,nu>nces at Quent Ktut, and runt north to 
Bloor. 

9 Michael Dwan, wood and coal merchant. 

Vacant lota. 

17 Ht'iiry Tcnison, (Tenison k Hunt'jr.) 

Vacant Icjta. 

23 lawrenoe Coirce, merchant. 

25 Thomas Kiikprttrick, cabinet-maker. 

27 Mrs. S. G. I^-es (widow Samuel). 

29 Williiiin K. Stewart, iwlice sergeant. 

31 S. S. Muitiii. clerk. 

33 James Muloney, iM)rtcr, 

35 J. J. Nichol, coal and wood merchant. 

37 Arthur .McCormick, bricklayer. 

39 Henry Niiol, salesman. 

" Daniel Miiriitky, ."th<H'm<iker. 

41 Mrs. Bridget I-anell, widow I'atrick. 

43 ThotniiH Belcher, saloaman. 

45 K<lwrtril GariUier, dry gootla. 

47 Fred. Finch, !hw Mtatiuner, 

40 JamoH Dick, clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
69 Jarnes W<K)<l|ey, carin-nter, 
61 John Ueiil, stationer. 
(13 John Taylor, (MmTlson k Taflor) 
05 Mrs, Jsiic Orr, (widow James). 
67 Hei;ry lliiditon, uccotintant. 
69 John Wilson, blaekamith. 

Vacant lo). 
73 Thoa. Mann, cflrjwnter. 



-BmI lid*. 

wejt and runs nerA 

MCU 

jwinter. 
hair paiuter. 
lu itftiner. 
•penter. 
lot 

dcr aad contractor. 
Itai^W, John Bond 



( interueti. 



Watt ilda. 

wf»t and nma north 
\ond. 

ian ami Rurgeon. 
tcr and joiner. 
•xander, boarding* 

niniiter. 
iri^nter. 
Ntablc proprietor. 

'. interueti 



t-Baat Hda. 

tt, and rum north to 

•land coal merchant. 

Ota. 

Vniaon & Hunt'jr.) 

l(jU. 

icnlmnt. 

k, oaliinetmaker. 

idow Huniuel). 

t, jiulicu sergeant. 

k. 

irtcr. 

ind wood merchant. 

;, bricklayer. 

man. 

li<K'in<ikcr. 

til, widow I'atrick. 

aU'iiinan. 

Iry good*. 

tatiouer, 

lotH. 

jrjM'nter. 

IT. 

rJHon k T«»Ior) 

(low James). 

I'onntant. 

kcmitli. 

lo). 

nter. 



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103 
107 
121 
123 

145 

149 

151 



Vacant lot. 
Peter Trcnor, luuibcr merchant. 
Jamua Sinclair, grocer. 
Vacant lota. 
Btech ilrcei inUrttctt 

Viu'ant lot. 
James Rain, wn., bookseller. 
W. A. Murray, di/ goods merchant. 
Jamua-amoU, tmyvUug agu^t. 
Hol)t, Stiinlcv, jiainler and glazier. 
Keiilwu Wulfing, taiior. 

Vucunt lota. 
Sannit'l Mutton. 

Vntimt lot. 
Oeorgf! B. Holland, inspector and aupc 

Liverpool .\Miuraniu I'o. 
Thonm8 .McVittic, (Davidson k Mc- 
Vittio). 

Vacant lota. 

Otirard tlreH intersfctn „ 

Vacant lots. 

..Carlton strtflintersecti 

Vacant lots. 
Private (.pounds. 

Vacant lots. 
Henry S. liowland. 

Vaiant lots. 

Bloor street inttrieeU 



Sharboum* itrest West side. 

Ootmnenct's at Qitefii h't(.it and rtins north to 

Bloor. 

Hon. Oe«. W. Allan, Moss Park. 

H'ilton f.'remriU itUentrdi 

Private grounds. 

Voiunt lots. 
148 Herbert J. Mason, sec. and trww. ( 
ada I'erniiinent Buihling Society 
ViK'iint lots. 

Oerrnrd street intersecta 

horticultural (iardcns 

Ciirl/onsfreetintcrnectt 

Private grounds. 

Viuunt lots. 



, Blt>or ulreet inteneda. 



Sherwood itraat. 

Commtncfs at Shii\i\ and runs West to Dcni' 
mil At'emie 

Not oi>cnc(l up. 



Shuter street Hortb side. 
Cummcuii^ at i'unyi: iind runs east to George. 
% Curgenvin h Co., grocers. 
" A. Widdow«on, |iuinlei- nnd gluxier. 
4 t'liurleH \V. Buttriik, bouvdin^,' liou».t. 
6 Mrs. Cittlu-riuc Mullen, boitrd^iig house. 



12 
(I 

14 



20 
22 



24 

2f 
28 
30 



...Cruickshank lane interaeeta 

William Hudson, sexton "'on Church. 

Kyr ttUii Ear Dispen'sry. 

0. Berkley Small, former 

Mrs. M. (. unnir^ham, '.oarding house. 

Private gronniis. 

Oeorge Kllacnt, sb,<emaker. 

Mrs. Catherine Murphy, grocer. 

Victoria strtt inieructa 

Richord A. Keeve, M,D., oculist and 
aurist. 

Mrs. Heeve. 

Thoiims Morphy, barrister. 

Thomas Duvsne, ''cv.n Land Depart- 
ment. 

Lane inf.,srfta 

32 Mn>. Hannoh Legge. 

George W. Stratby, Mus. I)«h;. 

£.>nd street inUratcti. 

St. Mi< hael's Cathedral. 
Chunk .^h'H inleneets 

Pf tc>r Roran. 
Mrs. IV! ton. 
'L'honiai^ Johript-jn gartiener. 

Dalhovsit slr>\t intnaeeU 

I^wis Samuels, ')..' Iware. 

John 1ileh,)ie, bii<!H;irc. 

Mrs. Mary Coit'n, Ujuniiup f uaie. 

Arthur B. Lc, ^.i^'ivarc. 

Private ground, 

MiUual 'a :/■' iniersf.ds 

William Camjiof' . book-seller. ' 
90 Copt. Arthur iw liilhan;. 

Jarx'in street i>;/ -«v' ^ 

J. K Withcis. 

J. B. Craigie. 

William Cl.-ary, clerk. 

TlioniHs Steele, tolmci'onist. 

Jo«hun Beard, fmnider. 

William Myles, coal nnd wood yard. 

George ftr^'f' intersects 



56 
58 
«2 



64 

66 
68 
70 



94 

96 
• ■ 

98 
100 



Shuter sirettt - south Udo. 
CmnmeixcfS it Yongt and runs fa.H to Oearge, 

1, 3 & 6, John C. firimth k Co., gro<-er8. 
Cruickuhiink .ttreet uiUrr'-'ia., 

13 James Nolan, moulder. 

16 J. J). Batslord, clerk. 

17 Mrs. Mary Ann Webh, dn«tniakcr. 
10 Mrs. Rebel < a Ivorv, seamstress. 

21 (icorge Wyrill, tailor. 
" John Howell, blacksmith. 
33 i'otrick Cunan, grwer. 

Vidoria street inieriedi 

Pisciples' t^burch 
Tiironto Musical Hall. 
Lane irJtratets 



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Iknjamin SwiUur. 
Bond UrtH inUrttda. 

Magill square. 
Ckureh ttreet iiUerMctn 

Joacph H. M<-a(l. 
PiilhouaU utrf'l intersects. 

95 Vacant h<mii<-. 

t;7 Jesne S. |\h lliiUM, lumber mnrchant. 

Cy .Inlin I'ryiifr, tlry gooili. 

71 .lolin RiilduU inon-naiit tailor. 

73 Miirliu Ml riy, clerk. 

76 Jiinii-N Stiwk, Kroiur. 

Mulunt utrfft inlfrsfcti 

81 J. 0, S<<itt, l)uriislir. 

83 .1. W. Hreiit. 

85 Kcbcrt ^V. Klli'.t, »lrn;'gUt. 
Lanf iiUfmrcts 

91 C'hurlcs ScHilfliiig, ai'tuary ,,SavingH 
linnk, Mill liaiits' liank. 

96 Jarni'b Kurley, IniiKler. 

Lanf, intfrtfrfs 

Viir ..t lotji. 
09 Mrs. Mary Iliukriilgc 

Gi'iyrgt alrtti iul>rMtrts, 



SUbooo ctTMl East slda 

JomiitfMM (U tJu Hay atui nins norlli to 
(Jtiern, 

Viiraiit lotH. 

Front slr9«t i)tltrafc/.H 



.lohn (5111, hotol-kixinfr. 
Itrar ]in-iiiis('a. 

Vacant l<>tft. 

W'Uingloii ittrffi inieneete, 

«S Joliii Cniwfonl, VJ.C. M.T., Iwirrixti-r. 
IUm iiriiuisis 

Vat'uiit lut.'i. 
AVh^ .fic"/ inli-itfcts 

J. W. llrowii, li'it. 1 kwjicr. 

IJffir jircmi.M'H. 

l'ri% ato gruu:iil)>. 
107 (Ji-orge l/'Ari) Hmiltm, UiirriHti-r. 
UouUon Slri-fl itUtrneets. 

109 Mrs. Aim Duty, IxMinlin^liuuMo. 
Ill Itinlolpli *>ito, litliiiL,M-u!ilii'r. 
113 Willi^iin .MycPh, iiriiitiT. 

I'rivntp fji'imiiils. 
119 John Stiatliy, lii-.rristrr. 



Adflnule Mr-H intrnrfts , 



131 Mri. IiPiia^-, liwipUiig house. 

H'- >r iiri'miHCN. 
129 A Mt'Kiiitr, rahpropriotnr, 

Vui'llllt lut.s. 

137 John Carter, piolVssor of music. 
139 Juhu Iturma, prititir. 



1394 William Hums, employeo O.W.U. 

Viicant lots. 

Richnumd street intersectt, 

PriTatc '^rounilt.. 
159 Josoph Ilowson, physician k surgeon. 
161 John llarpr, nrciiitrct. 
" Gcorgu It. Harper, arihitrct. 

Hear premises. 

Queen street intersects 



Sliuooa itreot- Wait ilda 

Commences nttht Jiay and runs north to Quetn. 

John IJet/, hotL'l-kiT|M'r. 
Williitiii lioultoii, lH)atl)uil(ler. 
James Christoplur, cundnctor CJ.T. It. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. I'harlottr i'l-arson, woshrrwoinitn. 
Mrs. (arr, churwoiuiin. 
Mrs. Wiiatiimn.nir ilianer G.T. II. 
William Keis, physicjun and xiirgeon, 
ThoniiM Bluncli, luborer. 
John Muck, laborer. 
I'eter MiConveiH, laborer. 
Mrs. Murjihy, (•iii-c'lcauertJ.T. It. 

Vaniiit lots. 

Front street inlersrcls 

Drill Slu'd & Military .'school Grouii(U. 
Weltincilon siri'ft ii:f(rs*ils ,. 

riovernmcnt liroiiiuls. 
Kiitg street int-r.nyt.x 

Upurr Canudi ('olir;,'!; lirouiids. 

University and ('oUii/^e llursars odicr, 

Adelaide street ui/i;;wW,i. 

Vacant lots. 

Warihouse. 
130 llnlHTt Preston, book kfi|)pr. 

Mrs. iKiiliella Wilson, gi-o.-or. 
XflsiiH street West intersects 

132 William M. IVarNf, mitrliU!-cutti>r. 
134 (ioDr^'c Crui^, inin'liiiii.st. 
136 ChiiileH Hravliv, . Icrk. • 

13f< Mrs. Klizji i'ril'tie. 

Keur premises. 
144 

Hiclnnond street Inttrsetta 

Vacant lots, 
QueenstiVil ii\',rairts, ^ 



South Park street North side 
Commnufi at Triiiilt) ini'l ruii.s etui to J)un. 

David Williaiiikon, iabo^lr. 
Daiiirl (iustiit, lt\|i\i)i'i'. 
Ilir.iiu Knioiuii, Ikborer. 
Thomas Long, htbovii'. 
Mov » lloUleu, lab<»r>r. 
John O't'onnor, briiknukcr. 

Vacant luUi. 
John Kingston, tabuier. 



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10 

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Miatlmilder. 

roniluctor a. T. H. 
)ts. 
Hoii, wnshrrwomun. 

IIWI. 

iltaiH'rO.T.R. 
lii'iuri and xiirgeon. 
sorer. 

il)ori'r. 

li'uiierCJ.T.lt 

its. 

/l/iTVCAl 

ry .'>(']iiHfl Groiiiulr, 

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ni/<;c««/,t, 

As. 

)kki'<jx'r. 
•II, K""'"""'- 
t inUr^ecta 

iniirliltviuttfr. 

iiii.it. 

■rk. 

inUynfili 

An. 

\'.erai'ii.i ,,, 

North iida 
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Wild LaiidN, FuriiH, t'lty, Town & VillnKC Lots cuiistaiitly on hand. 

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88 
60 
62 
64 

70 
72 
74 

70 

78 

84 



102 
104 

112 



' iicaiit InU. 
John Hcaiiiiith, 

Varnnt Intx. 

JHnf. »lrfrt inUrseeU 

Private p-oundn. 

Thoriituii iUucklmrii, laboror. 

I'rivatr ^'i'iiiiiiiIm. 

Jikcdli Smith, (:oo|)cr. 

(')uirlcH Itiirlior, u.ihury. 

Vacant lioust'. 

Mmuui'l lliinih, liixtt aixl Nlmimaker. 

— (t'DiiliciJKii-, ialinl'i'l'. 

Viii-aut lilts, 
tiniiir.s liaiiiiltoii, laliortT. 
Jiiliii I 'iillivnii, |>i'ilil|fr. 
'1'liiiiiia.s Williaiu.ion, luboicr. 
Thoiiifut JlivcrM. 
Mrs. CaroliiK' Spink. 

Vaiaiit lots. 
Midiarl Wal.sh, lalmrrr. 
iWrk-yanl. 

William HiiuiiNon, lirickiiinkpr. 
Mr.H. S. l|iiii|Hr. 
'rimmas llui'M.s, Milicirci'. 

Vai'Mlit IntH. 
Mirliail {•'iirii'l, ialmrcr. 
J/i»t ylrfi't iiiti'rueeLi 

Vncaiit lotii. 



South Parle street South aid*. 
Comnifiicea lit Triniln ami niiu ((tut to Ihii^ 
Vacant lutit. 
•lanx'M lloily, ilruK^i.st, 
Vacant Imiuw. 
.lames .McMatiti'i', lulniivr, 
.lanii's limns, laborer. 
Vacant lionsi*. 
.Ii'liii rarsdiis, iwililliT. 
Vacant lilts. 
I'atiick l.avin, IraiU'Jli'r. 
i!7i Mis, .1. Mc.\.|am. 
ill' Malliiw I'l.iiicis, lalporcr. 
'Jl<4 t'licstiT Mnniiic, ciiii|i(ir. 
31 .Idlin i,)nin, c.irhintcr. 
'i'i l>avi>| llaiilv, laliDrcr. 
Vanl anil staMis. 
(iciir^'c Sim|miiii, Ktori'-kiTjHT. 

Vlwrrfi siri'it inkrui'cla 

Vaiuiit lot.s. 
City PduikI. 
ratVick (lark. 

Dotialil Mc(ir<';;iir, lilacksmith. 
Mr.4. A. Kiinsr, tailurtHH. 
Tim Hrmvti, lalmn'r. 
.loliu < KU^IiIin, lalNii'cr. 

Vacant lots. 
John O'Dca. 

^wf Htrett intrrsfrlt.. 

Vacant l<it«. 
MrK. Harali Wells. 
Mrx. I'avno. 

10 ' 



5 

7 



11 

1!1 

If. 

27 



8r) 

87 
«» 
»1 

121 



ThotnnA Wooili. 
Michael Hell. 

Vacant loU. 
Thoinaa Wornll, brii-k-makor. 
Williikui - , |HiUuth-inaktr. 
Stune's aNhery works. 

Vui'tint lotM. 



BpkdUu Ayinn*- East slda. 

Comnunan ut (Jwen H'lst and ruin, north to 
Ulixir. 

Vacant lots. 

Mupli' Liinf inlrntfiia 

Vacant lot. 

21 (ieor^c AndcrNon, clerk Cnstiim iloiisi*. 

Vacant lot. 
25 ThoniuH Lewis, a^ent. 
" John lUain. laliorer. 
27 William Foster, lalmrcr. 
2!) William Marriott, linislipr. 

i'hii-lw utiret iniemrcUl 

Vacant lot*. 

Bloor ilrert iiUnrtfit* 

Spadina Avenue- West slda. 

Commences ut <,'«<•(■. i //'■•(/ uhU ntns north to 
flhtor. 

Vacant lot. 
4 .Mrs. .\nn ( hirk, iHianliiig li'iiixu. 
VacMiit lots. 
20 Kolicrt Mctiillivray, Itritishmnil uf^fiit. 

22 .lames M. Maker, army meilical staiT, 
|{. A. Harrison, <,'.('., .M.l'., barrister. 

N'acant lot. 
72 James W.«'. lUilson, salcsnian. 

Vacant lot. 
7*1 AU'Xaiitlcr Sutherluml, Hoa|>-niak«r. 

\'aciint lot. 
SO .)osc|ili lUakcley, rdireil merchant. 

\ iicant lot. 
HM ('li.irle.s liolierts, printer. 

I.'inr iiilirsirls 

90 MiH.s Martha Hrittiii, {{loctir. 
112 .lames It. Canuvan. 

Vac, ml lots. 
08 AlmomI Tanll, .lerk. 

.SY. Pulrii k sinrt uitirsf^-ta 

Vacant lots. 
108 Janu's .\. .loliiiHtoii, IMS. Hi'c. Caiiadian 
Instilulr. 

Va. ant lot, 
112 William flniwiord, car|H'iiti'r. 
" h,i\ic| Birnie, employen (}. T. K. 
W. Wliaiin, jeweller. 
118 Thoma-, Fuin'll, clerk Street K. R, 
121) (ieor^e ItoliiiiHon, iKilicenuin. 

Vacant lots. 
130 DawHon Delameru, I'usloms Dcimrtni't. 

\ acaiit lot. 
134 J. II. .Mc.Nuiru, sujit. bag;{a}ie O.T.H. 



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146 C. E. ANDERSON St CO.'S 


St. Andrtw ftrttt imUrttcia 


William Welah, laborw. 
Vacant lota. 
Sumarh ilrt*t int»r»tct$ 


ISO Jamca Ciirnin, {tkintfr. 

138 JtuiiM Moi'kic, I'ltbinet-mAker. 

Vaikiit luU. 
140 Mr*. Ann K. Katen, widow Hon. J.C.P. 
1484 Junra MiKir. 

Vacant lot 
162. 1S4 William Millie, grocer. 

jtgnt4 itrtft inlfrttfU 

160 John Roldtitn, corpcuUr. 

Vacant »ho|i. 
168 Mni. Aniiiu .luhiiaun, widow. 
160 Mm. DunwiMMly. 

Two new liouM4'« liiiililing. 
108 HulN'rt MuliliM)n, liilxtriT. 

Viuaiit l«it. 
KasiKtu »lrftl intfrsfrt$ 


• Vacant lota to end. 

Spmea ttraat South rid*. 

OtmmcMU at jUrliam^U and runs tait to 

City limit*. 

Vacant lotN. 

A. 0. M. Wyatt, wleaman. 

Vacant lota. 
Chaa. It. McKay, clerk Cuatom HooM. 

Vacant lota. 
John .MillN, grocer. 

FiM ntrtft interieett 

^ Vacant lota. 
Kear of Toronto (ienenil HoNpitol. 
Humiuh utrrrt inlffHcta 


170, 172 .lohii Miirmw, i|i'|iiity collt-ctor 

iiil'iml ri'vi-nui'. 
170 William il. I'nrtri.l^'.-. Ixx.k-kicpcr. 

ViK'ttllt lot. 

180 C'hriiito|ihrr Mnorty, tariKiiter. 
182 diriiitdiilicr Drew. 
184 (ieorneV. M.D.hikiiII, l.mkiT. 
180 Juaeph ltuil)(erx, htmu -cutler. 

Vut'uiit Iota. 
Strttt inlfrMfcts 


Vacant lota to and. 


St. Albaai itraet North atda. 

Commeixcf* at Yoiuif iiiui nitia wttl to Sumy 
Plate. 

Vacant Iota. 

. Lant inttrttelM 


Vacant Iota. 
Mi.'hacl I'Mniiiiigbii, tailor. 
20 I'atii k Itiown, carter. 

Varaiit Iota. 
2t William Fnad, packer. 
'J8 John O'niieii, gardener. 
2S Jaims n'U-arv, laborer. 
30 Michael .Hcanlaii, laborer. 
'A'l Thoma* (Iray, gurdi-ncr. 
'A\ (ieorgc White, laborer. 

Vaiaiit lota. 

HI I'inrfnl »lrfft intfTBtctM 


Viu-nnt Iota. 
200 Jameii biw, . iir|H<iiter. 
Va< uiit lull. 

•..•■iitti... ('ollfiie ilrfft inifratetM 


Vacant lata. 
230 Micliacl Uulgcr, lii»>oror. 
'I'M I'litiirk Niui'i'liv, liilHirer. 
230 Robert Mmislieli, )(iirilener. 

Vunint Iota. 
244 John Hn«itli, laliorer. 

L'r(iu:< lU Uardftu int(r$ectM 

Hon. Aiiiim Wilaon, Jiidgi* CM*. 
Mtm. .InniiH ( oaiiy. 
John M. i'liriiell, whitewiuih«r. 
Mra. Mary A<ldii*<>ii, widow. 
riiili|i AiiderHoii, lalionr. 
(iomjirety k Urown, gurdeiicra. 
William li. Iloldeii, gardener. 

BUior ilreel inUnech 

Bpruoa ilreat Norlii lida 

Voinmttuft at htrlintmnt and runs ttut to 

(Hltj liinitt. 

Va< ant Iota. 
Daniel MiDunell, lalMirer. 

Vat'unt luta. 
Thomaa DickiMin. 

Vacant lota. 

J\tu ntrttt tnter$eet», 


Vacant lota. 
Surrrij I'lacf intfraeeli 


St. Alltana itreet South aid*. 

ComnunctJ ul Yumjf nvd run* uttl lo Surrey 
Place. 

Vacant lota. 

Jjatie inleritclt. 


Vacant lotii. 
SL Vincfiit Mtrtel intertect$ 


Vacniit lota. 
Convent of .St. Joiuph. 
/^ntf inlfrtfftn. 


Vacoiit lota. 
Surrey I'la ' interieett 


St. Andraw itreet North alda. 

L'omnunce* at Sptidina Avenue and runt tottl 
to I'nnnuley. 

2 Jamva CurniD, jMiintur. 


Vacant lota. 

JamcM Sync, ganlrni-r. 

Vacant Iota. 



TORONTO CTFY DIKECTORY. 



147 



!»)K>rer. 
InU. 

!< intertecU 
a to end. 



South HA: 

mt and run$ tait to 
miU. 

lotH. 

KalnimAn. 

lotM. 

clerk (.'uatom IIouM. 
luU. 
r. 

inler»eet$ 

loU. 

ii-tuTuI HcMipital. 

•I inlertfcU 

I to Dud. 

I North lido. 

d rttna west to Surrey 

't. 

Intn. 

trntett 

lotH. 

n, tailor. 
»rliT. 

lotH. 

■ ki-r. 
ilrniT. 
ilioriT. 
liihorer, 
"liinfr. 
l>ori«r. 
lota. 

(ft inUrucU • 

lota. 
rinUrMett 

t South lida. 

il runt u<t»l to Hurrey 

lota. 
enefit, 

lotM. 

tet interuett 

Iota. 

Tifctn 

Iota. 

• inUrieeti. 

t North ildo. 

Avrntu and rum tetd 
ulty. 

iiitur. 



Vacant lota. 
IS Jamea Crooka. 

Vacant lota. 
M Jamra Kdgar, fruitemr. 
3S John Thotnpaon, oondactor G.T.R, 
80 John Haxter, AUlrrrnan. 

Vanauhy »trttt interieett 



It Aadraw Btroat- South alda. 

Commencti at Spadina Aitntu and runt wttt 

to Vanaulty, 

Vacant lota. 
17 Jumi'it On^, tiliu-kainith. 
19 Henry Dollory, (ircnmn. 
21 Williiiin Hrown, lalMirer. 
S3 Thumaa Dill, merchant 

Vai-ant luta. 
George Dnrcy. 

VnnuuUy itrtH interstett 

St. Olamant'a itroat- North ddo. 
CommttU'ti at Von (If, and run* tout to 
SI. Thfmias. 
Kear prcniiaea. 

Vacant lota. 
St. Thomag Mlrrel intfrMdt 

8t Olamant'i itraot South ilda. 

Oomrtuncf-t at yoniji-, ntul rutui iiyjt to St. 

Thomas. 

Rear prvmiMea. 
Lane intenfeta. 

William Sially, oal>-driver. 

Vacant luta. 
Rear preniiaea. 
JameN llarfonl, laliorer. 
Mnt. Mary Hurley, widow Timothy. 
Ram. 
Garden. 
.*. St. Thumaa stri«t iiiterittcta 



It. Oaorga atraot. 

Commencet at ('ollege and runs north to Bloor, 
Not yet opened up. 

It. Jamaa atraot -North itda. 

Cvmnunc/s at Pnrluimtnt, and mnt East to 

Sumoch itftel. 

Vacant lota. 

WiUiani Fleming, laborer. 

Lane interuett 

8 Mra. Sarah Oilmour, widow Hugh. 
Vacant lota. 
JUgent ttrttt interteeU. 

Id Mrs. Mary Meredith, widow William. 

Vacant Iota. 
38 Hugh Gordon, ci'Xtar. 



Lant inttTHtit. 

Vacant lota. 



, Pint ttrttl interteett . 



M 

40 
42 
44 

46 
48 
60 
52 
54 

fte 



62 

It 

64 
66 



Vacant lota. 
Thomaa Patton, Uhorer Rolling UQIb, 
Jom |ih Riickley, blackamith. 
John Furneaa, lutxirer. 
Eaevy Robergea, laliorer. 
Jnmea Arniatrong, ahoeroaker. 
John .1. Kichtner, gardener, 
.lohn Turner, gardener. 
Irene A. Leaaard, brush-maker. 
Roltcrt Moore, laborer. 
Jamea Morriaun, retirciL 

Vn< nnt lota. 
Mra. Dridgrt Higney, widow M huL 

Vacant lota. 
Richard f*owe, laborer, 
r Donald Rom, wiilnr. 
MIbh HelM-cca < 'oiiboy, aeamatreaa. 
Airs. KiiziiUtth Kiir, wiilow William, 

Vacant lota. 
iS'uincicA ttreel tnlerseda 



It. Jamei atraot South itda. 

Commtnct* at Vnrliamfnt and run$ east to 
Suiruulu 

Varant lota. 
3 William llodgaon, gardener. 
b Mrs. Sarah Regan, widow of John F. 

Lane interiKcU 

7 William Hendrie, caqwuter. 

Vacant lots. 
15 Hamilton (ribaon, cabinet maker. 
Vacant lot. 



.Jiegrnl ilrut inttraeds,. 
Vacant lota. 



37 
<< 

89 
41 



63 
66 



I/ine intemects 

Vocant lota. 
Pine ilrfft interaecta 

Vacant lota. 
Mrs. Bridget Mcfiruw, widow. 
Jumea Murphy, laborer. 
Dennis Lyiuh, laborer. 
Jumea Lynch, cub driver. 
Thoinaa Hogan, tailor. 
William Coulter, carter. 

Vacant lotH. 
I'ark School Houae. 

Viyant lota. 
iHam^ Mooney, laborer. 
Vacant Houae. 

Vacant lota. 
Su»utch slreH inlerueta ... 



St. Joaaph Btraat (OloTor BU1>- North aid*. 

ComiMiicet at Yimtjt and runa weal to Surrey 
Pliue. 
Vacant lota. 
26 Ain-ed Braham, retired. 




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28 John Henderson, wholesale dry goods 

merchant. 
28 r Thomas Bond, 

80 Mrs. Annie Bowes, widow of John G. 
32 William B. Phipps, broker. 
84 EeT. James Richai-dson, M. E. Bishop. 

iMtu intersects 

86 James Brown, jun., commissioff mer- 
chant. 
St. Michael's College, R.C. 
St. Basil's Church, R. C. 

, Leme intersects 



Henry John Boulton. jim., miller. 
Surrey Place intersects 



St. Joseph street (Clover Hill)— South side. 

Commences at Yonge and mns west to Svrrey 
Place. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
202 r P-jliert Lennox, laborer. 
204 r Thomas Lawlor, laborer. 
William Wooler, carpenter. 
Vacant Jot. 

•}«. Vincent street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Surrey Place intersects 



5 

7, 

11. 



St. Lawrence Arcade— East side. 

H. Ryan, fruit dealer. 
9 Miss Ann O'Dca, confectionery. 
13 John Russill, confecetionery and 
glassware. 



2 
4 
6, 

12 



St. Lawrence Aroade— West side. 

John Plunkett, tinware. 
Vacant. 
6, 8, 1 Patrick Doyle, books and fancy 
goods. 
John Donnelly, fancy goods. 



St. Lawrence Market— East side. 

1 W. J. McLean, butcher. 
3, 5 H. & E. Long, butchers. 
7, 9 John McCartcr, butcher. 

11 Charles Wenman, butcher. 

13, 15 James Britton, butcher. 

17, 19 Samuel Toy, butcher. 

21 P. & D. Breen, butchers. 

23 Vacant. 

25 John Quinn, provision dealer. 

27 M. R. Gilverson, provision dealer. 

29, 31 Simon Evans, provision dealer. 

33 James Yorston, provision dealer. 

86 John Phipps, provision dealer. " 

37, 39 Edward K. Scoley, gi-ocer. 

47, 49 James Park, provisioTi dealer. 

St. Lawrenoe Market— West side. 

2 Robinson & Brown, butchers. 



4 Charles Duffey, butcher. ' 
6 John Wickson butcher. 
8 Hutty & Gray, butchers. 
•10 C. H. Dunnlilfg, butcher. 
12, 14, k 16, J»hn Mallon & Co., butcheiiji 
18 J. Herson, butcher. 
20 Moxon & Reeves, butchers. 
A. Gilbert, butcher. 
G. Frankland, butcher. 
John Meehan, butcher. 
Henry Moore, butcher. 
30, 32, William Turner, provision dealer. 
34 Peter Bird, fruit dealear. 
83 William King, butcher. 
J 8, 40, J. Pane k Sons, fruit dealers. 
42 Corn Excnange. 
44 Vacant. 
48, 50, & 52 H. W. Cuff, provision dealer. 



22 
24 
26 

28 



St. Mary's street— North side. 

Comrtmvces at Ym.ge street and runs west to 

SuT/ey Place. 

Vacant lots. 
North street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Surrey place intersects 

St. Mary's street— South side. 

Commences at Yonge street and runs west to 
Surrey Place. 

Vacant lots. 
ReseiToir. 

Korth street intersects 

Real premises. 

Lan4; intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Surrey Place intersects. 



St. Patrick's square— East side. 
Commenees at Queen West and ru7is north. 

L. W. Bergfeld, hotel-keeper. 

Rear premises. 
7 James Malone, carpenter. 
9 Andrew J. Emery, moulder. 

Atulerson's lane intersects 

11 Owen Hallahan, milkman. 
" Robert Waterhouse, porter. 
" Hugh Simmons, mariner. 
James Hughes, laborer 
Vacant lot. 
Mrs. Maria Pierpoint, widow. 
John Myers, carpenter, 
Vacant lots. 



I 



13 

17 
19 



St. Patrick's Square— West side. 
Commences at Queen JFest aiul runs north. 

Rear premises. 
Andersons lane inlersecti.,,,, 



I 



itcher.n 

chttr. 

;ch«j^. 

itcher. 

Ion & Co., butcheflij 

mtchcrn. 

r. 

aher. 

sher. 

:hcr. 

■, provision dealer. 

palear. 

clier. 

I, fruit dealers. 



B", provision dealer. 

—North side. 

cet and inins west to 
lace. 

ota. 

'ntersfcts 

ots. 

hUersects 

-South side. 

et and runs west to 

lace. 

ots. 

ntersecfs 

r.ieds 

)t8. 

intersects. 

a— East side. 

•st and nins north. 
tel-keeper. 



ifenter. 
moulder. 

intersects. , 
ilkman. 

^rter. 
inner. 
)rer 
ot. 

lit, widow, 
iter, 
ots. 



)— West tide. 

■st ami runs north. 



intersecia.. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



149 



Rear prei^ises. 
26 Edward B|«wi)« policeman. 
28 T. R. Jotoston, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 



84 



St. Patrick itreet-^orth ride. 

Commences at Beverley and runs wed to Ba- 
thurst. 

Spadina aveniie intgrsects .'.... 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Churchill. 

Vacant lot 
88 Fred. D. Barwick, barrister. 
Vacant lots. 

Vanauley street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
■William Murray, insurance agent. 

Vacant lots. 
112 Philip Finnigan, laborer. 
114 Paniel CuUivan. 

Street intersects 



104 



122 Patrick Tinvan, brewer. 
124 Fred. Fenton, barrister. 
126 James Keeble, conductor G.T.R. 
Vacant lots. 



.Denison avenue intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
..Bathurst street intersects... 



St. Patriok street -South side. 

Comineiuxs at Beverley and runs west to JBa- 

thurst. 

St. George's reservoir. 
John Whalen, care-taker St George's 
reservoir. 

Spadina avenue intersects 

Vacant lots. 
85 R. W. Laird, gilder. 

Vacant house. 
89 John Smart, conductor N.R.C. 

Vacant lots. 

,.... Vanauley street intersects 

97 John Hudson, fire inspector. 

Vacant lots. 
101 Bernard MuUiolIand, laborer. 

Vacant lot 
105 William BeiTy. 
107 Mrs. Ellen Bansley, (widow). 

Vacant lots. 

Denison avenue intersects. 

jt Vacant lots. 
Bathurst street interseets 



St. Paul street— West side. 

Commences at Queen East, and runs south to 
King east. 

Mrs. Christina Einlay. 
John McGuire, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 
Jeremiah Sauntry, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

Queen street intersects 



St. Vincent street— East side. 

ComTTicnces at College Avenue, and runs 
north to St. Joseph street. 

Vacant lots. 
Grenville street intersects 

George B, Cowper, Crown Lands Dpt 
Alfred Cooper, clerk Post Office. 
James Russell, clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
Henry E. Hamilton, merchant. 

Orosvenor street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Br eadalhane street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
St. Albans street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 
St. Joseph street intersects 

St. Vlnoent street— West side. 

Commences at College Avenue, and runs 

north to St. Joseph street. 

Vacant lots. 

Orenville street intersects 

Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. • 

Vacant lots. 

•, Orosvenor street intersects 

Knoxs College. 

St. Albans street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 

S. Joseph street intersects. 



St Paul atrMt-Eitst Bide. 

Commmee^'at Queen east, and runs touth to 
King Host. 

Nioholaa Cullen, carpenter. 
.,',yftOftotjQtfc 



Stafford street. 

Commences at Wellington Avenue, betwem 

Tecumseth and l^trachan Avenue, and 

runs north to Clifford. 

Not opened up. 



St Qley atreet— North side. 
Comm,ences at Victoria and runs east to ^eUgn, 
10 Patrick DdLton, laborer, 



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26 
28 
30 

38 
40 

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Vacant lots. 

Christopher Rodden, tinsmith, 
r William Dolan, laborer, 
r Mrs. Bridget Cahill, washerwoman, 
r George Caithness, shoemaker, 
r Jose]^ Dunleary, laborer, 
r Patnck O'Maley, laborer, 
r WiUiam Kelley, peddler, 
r Mrs. Bridget Latcham, huckster, 
r John Sweeney, laborer, 
r James McCormick, laborer. 

Mrs. Susannah Matthews. 

G. D. Studley, gilder. 

Mrs. Rose Walsn, tailoress. 

John Flaherty, laborer. 

Mrs. Catherine Rvan. 

Dennis O'Brien, shoemaker. 

Thomas Nolan, laborer. 

Thomas Sheeh^n, laborer. 

Thomas Bums, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

JamLS Lunney, tailor. 

Charles McMuUen, laborer. 

Lane intersects 

Henry Hart, laborer. 

Rear premises. 

Church street intersects 

Rear premises. 
Thomas O'Connor, laborer. 
Roman Catholic school. 
John Doyle, laborer. 
Daniel Mara, laborer. 
64 r Mrs. Caroline Ryan. 
66 John Cronyn, laborer. 
*' r Michael Walsh, laborer. 
" r William Phenix, laborer. 
68 Thomas Kitt, laborer. 
70 Vacant house. 
72 Thomas Henderson, auctioneer. 
" r John Ham, laborer. 
" r John McDonald, laborer, 
r John Leitch, carpenter. 
James McHale, laborer, 
r James Lennox, laborer. 
James Waloh, tailor. 
William Ryan, laborer. 
Michael Sullivan, laborer, 
r Michael Coulter, laborer. 

Bartholomew Callahan, labwer. 
r Charles Burke, laborer. 
James Cox, shoemaker, 
r Daniel Clifford, laborer, 
r Daniel Duan, laborer, 
r Mrs. Catharine F. Foley, tailoress. 

James Wilson, tailor. 
r John Allan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Nelson street intersects 



56 

62 
64 



74 
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76 

78 

80 
<• 

82 
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84 



86 
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StsBlay itrMt— aonth aids. 
Oommtnets at Victoria and runs east to 

Nelson. 
1 Yaoant house. 
8 y. Casci, artist in plaster. 



6 Mrs. Mcllray, rag.pickeA 

Vacant lot. 
9 Thomas Blakey, cab-driver. 

Vacant lots. 

16 George Catthers, laborer. 

17 James McKay, laborer. 

" Bridget Malloy, washerwoman. 
19 John Clark, laborer. 
%\ John Godfrey, blacksmith. 
23 Alexander Carlton, carter. 
25 John Matthews, laborer. 
" James Heeney, laborer. 
27 J. Brown, grocer. 
Lane intersects 



67 
69 

61 

67 
i< 

69 

71 



29 Richard Fitzgerald, laborer. 

31 James Kelly, laborer. 

33 George Morrow, laborer. 

35 'Edward Roach, laborer. 

37 WiU'^im McPherson, laborer. 

39 James Doyle, laborer. 

41 Thomas O'Brien, laborer. 

43, 45 Mrs. Margaret Lees, boarding-hoose, 

47 Jeremiah Sheehan, sailor. 

Lane intersects ,... 

49 Vacant house. 
Rear premises. 

, Church street intersects 

Rear premises. 
Jacob Hess, tailor. 
Michael Cayley, laborer. 
Thomas Dwyer, laborer. 
Alexander Dundas, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. O'Connell. 
John Laughan, laborer. 
John Doherty, laborer. 
Mrs. Bridget Ryan, grocer. 

Lane intersects 

73 Mrs. Matthew Dorcy, grocer. 

:. Lane intersects 

77 Ambrose Kite, laborer. 
" c Mrs. Mary Carroll, Ash-dealer. 
" r Thoma.i Callahan, laborer. 
" r James Berrigan, sailor. 
79 John Sweeney, laborer. 
81 Patrick McGoum, carter. 

, L((.r.e intersects 

83 John McBride, laborer. 
" r John Fraser, laborer. 
" r John Hall, clock repairer. 
" r Michael Rooney, laborer. 
" r William Fogerty, laborer. 
" r Mrs. Margaret Kelly, washerwoman. 
" r Mrs. Mary Egan, huckster. 
" r Dennis Ryan, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 
91 Mrs. Mary Bumbury, boot binder. 
" r Patrick Flynn, laborer. 

Lane intersects 

93.' Michael^Brennel, laborer. 






TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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picker. 

lot. 

lb-driver. 

lota. 

iborer. 

orer. 

asherwoman. 

r. 

:ksmith. 

, carter. 

iborer. 

orer. 



ersects 

, laborer, 
■er. 

borer. 
)orer. 

)n, laborer, 
rer. 

aborer. 

ices, boarding-houBe, 
sailor. 

Tsects 



intersects. 



.borer, 
borer. 
, grocer, 
lots. 

jorer. 
orer. 
I, grocer. 
'.rsects.... 



cy, grocer. 
ersecls 



orer. 

, fish-dealer, 
laborer, 
.ilor. 
orer. 
carter. 
rsccts 



orer. 

!r. 

epairer. 

iborer. 

aborer. 

ly, washerwoman. 

luckster. 

rer. 

lots. 

•y, boot binder. 

orer. 

irsects, , 

abofbr. 



98 Mrs. Marv L3rnch, washerwoman. 
" r Dennis Shea, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



.NeUon street intersects. 



Btawart Sreet— North side. 

Commences at Portland and runs West to 
BcUhwst. 

Vacant lot. 
6 Richard Pryer. 
8 Alexander Lean, machinist. 

Vacant lots. 

Stewart street— Sonth side. 

Commences at Portland and rwns west to 
Bathurst. 

Vacant lots. 
St. John's Church. 

Vacant lots. 



Straotaan Avenue— East side. 

Convmenees at O. W. R. and runs north to 

Queen. 

Adam Eakins. 

Vacant lots. 

0. T. B. and N. B. R. intersect 

Vacant lots. 

Wellington Avenue intersects 

\acant lots. 

Michael Casey, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 

..King street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Joseph Murphy, plasterer. 
Vacant lots. 

Adelaide street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Clifford street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Mrs. MaryMcNulty, widow of Michaal. 
Vacant lots. 
en street intersects 



Strachaa Avenue— West side. 

Commences at 0. W. R. and runs north to 
Queen. 

The Toronto Steel, Iron, and Railway 

Works Company, (limited.) 
Servetus Bispham, draughtsman. 
2 John Koss, foreman. 
" Hugh Bains, managing director T.S.T. 
and R. Co. 

VacAnt lots. 



.. 0. T. B. and N. B. intersect. 
Vacant lots. 



... Wellington Avenue intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
King street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
Adelaide street intersects.. 

Vacant lots. 
Queen street intersects 



Stoneoutter's Lane. 

ComTncnces at Dmliess and runs north to 
Britain. 

2 Andrew Allison, laborer. 

Lane intersects 

6 Nicholas Hickson, shoemaker. 
8 John Butler, fruit dealer. 

Britain street intersects 



Straclian street— East side. 

Commences at Queen and runs north to 
Conway. 

Vacant lots. 

. Wilton street intersects 

25 James Hamilton, laborer. 
27 William Brawn, butcher. 
29, 31 William Hockerday, laborer. 
33 Edward McConnell, laborer. 
35 Peter Shepherd, laborer. 
Vacant lot. 

BoMnson street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John Kyan, laborer. 
Mrs. Catherine Deery, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
Thomas Butler, farmer. 
William Baldwin, blacksmith. 
George Evans, tinsmith. 

Vacant lots. 
William Likes, carpenter. 
James Murphy. pl»sterer. 

Vp.oant lots. 



67 
69 

76 

77 
79 

101 
103 



, Conway street intersects , 



Straobaa itreet— West side. 

Commence: at Queen and runs north to 

Conway. 

Vacant lots. 

102 John Kelly, grocer. 

104 Mrs. Hanrah Stanford, widow. 

106 William Hurd, laborer. 

108 George Matthewson, laborer. 

110 Va,cant house. 

112 Thomas Wright, painter. 

114 Joseph Luff, laborer. 

116 Vacant house. 



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118 Mra. Ann Dennrily, widow. 
I20 Bartholomew Kelly, laborer. 
122 Thomas Foster, gardener. 

Vacant lots. 
184 Andrew Oeighton, wlor. 

Private grounds. 
156 John Coombe, druggist. 

Private grounds. 
166 John P. Peirce, collector. 
168 John Jones, laborer. 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
Conway street intersects., 



Sullivan street— 7th Ward— Kortli side. 

Commences at Beverleij and runs west to 
Spadina Avenue. 

Vacant lots. 
138 Paniel Morrison, laborer. 
140 James Moran, tallyman N.R.C. 
Protestant Orphan's Home. 

Vacant lots. 

Euron street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Spadina Avenue intersects 



StaUvan street- Tth Ward— South side. 

Commences at Beverley and runs west to 
Spadina Avenue. 

Vacant lots. 
Huron street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Spadina Avenue intersects 



Sullivan street— 6th Ward. 

Commences at Vonge and runs west to Surrey 
Place. 

Vacant lots. 



Snitan street— Korth aide. 

Commences at North and runs west to College 
Avenue. 

2 James Young, flour merchant. - 
Vacant lot. 



16 
24 



Diversity street intersects. 

Edward Marling. 
John Evans, clerk. 

College Avenue intersects. 



Sultan itraet— South side. 

Commences at North and rum west to College 

Avenue. 

1 Charles Fuller, lithographer. 

Vacant lot 
6 Hugh Scott, Insui-ance agent. 
1 F. W, Grant 



Vacant lot 
.University street interaeets. 

Vacant lot. 
.College Avenue intersects . 



Snmaoh street— East slda. 

Commences at South Park and runs north to 
Amelia. 

Vacant lots. 
Joseph Flemming, laborer. 
23 James Jackman, capt "Sea Gull." 
25 Ralph Bums, laborer. 
27 William Lambert, detective. 
Vacant lots. 

King street east intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Peter AnJerson, laborer. 
James McKenna, laborer. 
George Daniels, gardener. 
Samuel Bowell, book-keeper. . 
*' Adam Jnlinston, laborer. 
47 r Thomas Hookway, plasterer. 
49 Mrs. M. A. Fraser, tailoress. 
Vacant lots. 



47 



. Queen street intersects . 



Vacant lots. 
Thomas Godfrey, laborer. 
William Bareher, carpenter. 
Wm. Hopcraft, laborer. 
John Grady, salesman. 
Hugh Ciilgey, bricklayer. 
John Stinson, laborer. 
James Cawley, laborer. 
Thomas McKeen, laborer. 
Thomas Potts, laborer. 
Mrs. M. Mulligan, widow. 
Robert Campbell, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
Joseph Reci-aft, laborer. 
John Connors, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
Andrew Coulter, laborer. 
Vacant house. 
Richai-d Warwick, laborer. 
" James Green, laborer. 
" r Mrs. M, Elliott, widow, 
109 & 111 James Chambers, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
James Stewart, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
William Walsh, laborer. 
James Gilmor, laborer. 
John Hildyard, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Beaty, shoemaker. 
William Coulter, gardener. 
Thomas Pearcy, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
James CluAey. laborer. 
George Elsworth, laborerf 
Samuel Bragg, laborer. 



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69 

73 

754 
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77 
79 
81 
83 
85 
87 

97 
99 

108 
105 
107 



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123 
125 

127 

133 
135 
137 

141 ' 

143 

146 



lot. 

d vnteraeetH. 

lot. 

! interaeela .. 



Eut lida. 

■k and runs north to 
a. 

ots. 

laborer. 

pt. "Sea Gull." 
rcr. 

detective, 
ots. 

intersects 

ots. 

borer. 

aborer. 

rdener. 

ok -keeper. . 

iborer. 

plasterer. 

tailoreas. 
lots. 

ntersects 

ots. 
aborer. 
carpenter, 
jorer. 
lan. 
klayer. 
)rer. 
orer. 
laborer, 
orer. 
Midow. 
laborer, 
lot. 
>orer. 
jrer. 
ot. 
,borer. 

laborer. 

er. 

dow. 

ers, laborer, 

ots. 

orer. 

lot. 

wrer. 

rer. 

orer. 

its. 

maker. 

ird^ner. 

•penter. 

>t8. 

srer. 

iboreil 

rer. 



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147 James Kclntyre, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

Beech street intersects , 



Mrs. E. Clark, seamstress. 

Private grounds. 
186 Timothy Mahoncy, carter. 
Oak street intersects. 



187 Thomas Greer, carter. 

Private grounds. 
211 Joseph Monck, laborer. 
213 William Webber, plasterer. 
215 Joseph Kirkpatrick, laborer. 

Private grounds. 

Don, street intersects .. 



Private grounds. 
283 Thomas Woodaide, cashier Royal Cana- 
dian Bank. 
New Necropolis. 

JViiichester street intersects 

Old Necropolis. 

Amelia street intersects 



Rumaoh stroflt— West side. 

Commences at South Park and ru7is north to 
Sumach. 

Vacant lots. 
14 Gilbert Woods, chandler. 
16 Robert Townseud, laborer. 
18 George Leadlay, wool merchant. 
John Fee, grocer. 

Kitig street intersects. 

Thomas Victor, blacksmith. j 

Private grounds. ' 

S. J. Stammers, accountant. 
Private grounds. 

Qtteen Street intersects 

Francis Keane, grocer. 

Vacant lots. 
Michael Tobin, laborer. 

Vacant lot. 
John Malone, laborer. j 

John Lawrence, laborer. j 

Maurice Power, laborer. j 

Vacant house. 

..North Park street intersects 

John Nicholson, laborer. 
Private grounds. 

James street intercects 

182 John Fallon, laborer. 

James Cooper, laborer, 
vacant lot. 

Joseph Stevens, gardener. 

Thomas Quinn, Carter. 

John Whitesides, carter. • 

Private grounds. 

Beech street intersects „,„.„. 

Patitck Walsh, laborer. 



68 

72 
74 
76 
80 



134 

1S8 
140 
142 



164 



Private grounds. 
178 John Stewart, carter. 
180 John Cain, carpenter. 

Private grounds. 

Oak street intersects. 



Private grounds. 

196 Richard Allan, carter. 

Private grounds. 

Don street intersects 

Hospital grounds. 

Spruce street intersects 

Private grounds. 
284 George Powell, laborer. 
286 Edward Boardman, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

Elm street East intersects.... 

Private grounds. 
Mrs. Jane Lamb. 
Private grounds. 
George Hill, bricklayer. 
Hugh Kelly, grocer. 

Winduster street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 



314 

322 
324 



.Amelia street intersects. 



Sydenham street- Hortb tide. 

Commences at McMahon and runs east la 
Parliament. 

Vacant lots. 
4 V. M. Risch, piano-tuner. 
6 Rev. J, Goodman, Prim. Methodist. 
8 James Ryrie, carpenter. 
10 Samuel Pettigrew, carpenter. 

Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John McClelland, grocer. 

Berkeley street intersects. 

18 James 3. Williams, printer. 
Joseph Thompson, printer. 
William T. Pearson, seedsman. 
Thomas Dobson, laborer. 
Lane intersects 



20 
22 
24 



26 John Wochner, butcher. 
28 John ^merville, farrier. 
Vacant lots. 

Parliament street intersects , 



Sydenham street— South side. 
Cmnmxnces at McMahon and runs east to 
Parliament. 
Vacant lot. 
Patrick Wrenn, tailor. 
John Sullivan, laborer. 
13 John Callahan, laborer. 

Lane inleratets 

.16 JosephLovett, tailor. 
. Vacant lots. 



164 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO.'s 






Berkeley ttreet inteneeU 

Vacant lots. 
SI Thomas Hamilton, signal-man 0. T. B. 
28 Alexander Patrick, gas fitter. 

Zaiie intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Parliament street intersects 



Surrey Flaoe— East side. 
Commences at College Avenue and runs north. 

Vacant lots. 
Orenville street intersects, 

James Fraser, Insurance agent 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 

Orosvenor street intersects 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

Breadalbane street intersects. 

Rear St Joseph's Convent. 

St. A Ibans street intersects. .. 



Surrsy Place— West side. 
Gommences at College A^me and runs north. 
Queen's Park to end. 



Talt street— North side. 

Commences at Trinity and runs east to Don 
River, 

Vacant lots to end. 

Talt street— South side. 

Commences at Trinity and runs east to Don 

River, 

Mrs. Nichols. 

J. Connor. 
Patrick Maher. 
Mrs. B. Walsh. 

Vacant lots. 



Ttmperanoe street-North side. 

Commiences at Yonge and runs west to Bay. 

William Stewart, harness-maker. 
Rear premises. 
6 Miss Elizabeth Anderson, dress-maker. 
8 Jam.;s Ashfield, chief engineer fire 

department. 
10 James Grand, royal engineer departm't. 
12 Mrs. Janet Har'ioy, boarding house. 
14 Rosanna Barker, boarding-house. 
16 George Loveys lumber merchant. 
18 Mrs. Rebecca Cooper, widow. 
20 John Hunt, conductor G. T. R. 
22 H. D. Wilson, landing waiter, H.M.C. 
24 William Kendrew, house agent. 



26 John Palmer, boarding-house. 

Rear Richmond Street Wesleyan Me* 
thodist Church. 
84 William Marks, leather-belting manu- 
facturer. 
86 Robert Hunter, carpenter. 
38 Chester F. Hall, carriage-builder. ' 
Andrew Smith, veterinary surgeon. 
Rear premises. 

James Morrison, plumber, gas and 
steam -fitter. 

Bay street intersects. 

H. T. Smith, soda-water manufacturer. 

Tataperance street— South side. 
Commeiices cU Yonge and runs west to Bay. 

Dodgson. Shield & Co. 's warehouse. 
9 George W. Hale, dentist. 
11 Andrew Henderson, auctioneer. 

Methodist New Connexion Church. 

Temperance Hall. 
25 George Gates, machinist 

Vacant lots. 
31 Mrs. Mary Walker, boarding-house. 
33 Frank Mickleburg, In. Revenue Dept 

Private grounds. 
37 Andrew Smith, veterinary surgeon. 

Fireman's Hall. 



Bay street intersects 

William Cornell, commission agent. 



Taoumsath street— East side. 

Commences at Northern Railway and run$ 

north to Queen West. 

Vacant lots. 

Niagara street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
27 Marshall Bancroft, melodeon-maker. 
29 Joseph Dyson. 
39 Elijah Bayley, engine-driver. 

Douro street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
61 William Sykes, laborer, 
vacant lots. 



King street intersects. . .. 

Vacant lots. 
Entrance to Slaney's block. 
Vacant lots. 

Adelaide street intersects.. 



109 Michael Kelly, mariner. 

Vacant lot. 
123 Owen Cumiskey, laborer. 
125 John Tracey, lalwrer. 

" John Cumiskey, laborer. 
127 John Tucker, tailor. 
129 Mrs. Marge ret Davis. 
131 John Tenney, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 



rding-hoQse. 

Jtreet Wealeyan Me- 

1. 

eather-belting mana- 

irpenter. 

larriage-builder. " 
sterinary surgeon. 

plumber, gas and 



intersects. 

■water manufacturer. 



it— South tide. 

id runs west to Bay. 

k Co. 's warehouse. 

dentist. 

II, auctioneer. 

onnexion Church. 

chinist. 

lots. 

er, boarding-house. 

5, In. Revenue Dept. 

eterinary surgeon. 



t 



intersects 

commission agent. 

It— East side. 

n Railway and runt 
■een JVest. 

lots. 
't intersects 

lots. 
;, melodeon-maker. 

gine-drirer, 

intersects 

lots. 

borer. 

lots. 

intersects 

lots. 

fa block, 
lots. 

! intersects. , 

iriner. 

lot. 

iborer. 

•er. 

borer. 

r. 

is. 

rer. 

Ota. 



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Richmond street intersects. 

Vacant lots. 
149 John Eroy. laborer. 
1494 Lewis Addison, whitewasher. 
161 David Searin, laborer. 
168 Nicholas Egan, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 



Taonmseth street— Wast sldt. 

Commences at Northern Railway and runs 
north to Queen West. 

Vacant lots. 
Niagara street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Douro street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Kirtg street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John Christie, laborer. 
Adelaide street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

Garrison street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
186 James Anderson, laborer. 
138 Joseph Brierley, boiler-maker. 
140 Patrick Higgins, laborer. 
142 Mrs. MaryTlannigan. 

....Richmond street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Wesleyan Methodist Church. 
Vacant lots. 

Queen street intersects 



Terauley street— East aids. 
Commences at Queen JVest and runs north to 
College Avenue. 
Rear premises. 
3 Thomas Bells, butcher. 

6 Ottowa Tolliver, whitewasher. 

7 Edward Dawes, rag merchant. 

Lane intersects. 

9 George Jeffrey, cabinet-maker." 
11 Mrs. Anna Warwick, boarding-house. 
13 r Isaac Hanna, paper-stainer. 
15 Walter S. Wngley, painter. 
John Summers, carpenter. 



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19 
21 
28 
27 
29 
81 



Seymour Clarke, brakesman G. T. R. 
Patrick Redmond, stage carpenter. 
Charles Fisher, weigh master. 
John Murphy, stove dealer. 
David G. Richardson, grocer. 

Albert street intersects 



83 Mrs. Mary Perry, widow. 

85 Robert H. Browne, clerk Crown Lands 

Department. 
87 John Maguire, baggage-master. 



89 John Soper, tailor. 

41 Miss Lavinia Mcllroy, straw milliner.- 

43 Mrs. Alison Fenwick, widow. 

45 James Leslie, vamisher. 

47 Joseph Petch, carpenter. 

49 James Flynn, baggageman G. T. R. 

49( Mrs. Margaret Moran, widow. 

61 Mrs. Janet Kerr, grocer. 

Louisa street intersects .■ 



53 Mrs. Jemima Johnston, grocer. 

65 William Brown. 

664 Robert Graham, printer. 

67 Joseph Williams, carpenter. 

674 George M. Lindsay, stone-mason. 

Vacant lot. 
61 Josq>h J. Tolfree, manager Phoenix 

Foundry. 
63 Thomas Armstrong, tailor. 

Rear premises. 
67 r Mrs. Catherine Gibbs, seamstress. 
674 George Hillem, bricklayer. 
69 Archibald McMurchy, school teacher. 
694rMrs. Mary Douzard, caretaker Louisa 

street school. 
71 r Edwin Jackson, carpenter. 
73 David Y/allace, brickkyer. 

76 James Colby, carter. 

77 John Erskine, clerk. 

79 John Renilson, merchant tailor. 
81 William De St. Croix, plasterer. 
83 Henry Courtenay, nail-maker 
Vacant houses. 



Alice street interdicts 



89 Thomas Breadon, grocer. 

91 Andrew Beattie, foundryman. 

93 George Campbell, machinist. 

95 William Lake, tailor. 

97 Thomas A. Beatty, shipping clerk. 

99 George Little, stableman. 

101 Robt. Blackburn, music teacher. 
Rear premises. 

Agnes street intersects 

Rear premises. 
115 John Gilmour, cabman. 
117 William Harney, waiter. 
119 Mrs. Sarah Williams. 

Rear premises. 
hdward street intersects 

Rear premises. 
135 John McKenzie, stone-cutter. 
137 James S. Moodie, shoemaker. 
139 David Prentice, tailor. 
141 William Munro, carpenter. 

Rear premises. 

Elm street intersects. 



Rear premises. 
143 James Parkes, tailor. 

Walton street intersects 

Rear premises. 

George Mason, traveller. 

.Oerrard street intersects.. 



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Charles Langmoir, pripter. 

Bear premises. 
181 James Uiles, cab propri«ter. 

Rear premises. 
1C8 Joseph W. Phillips, builder. 

Hayttr ttreet itUeraects... 

Vacant lots. 

^ Buchanan street intersects. 

Kear premises. 

, College street intersects. . . . 



Terauley street— West aids. 

Commences at Queen IVest and runs north to 
College Avenue, 

Rear premises. 
6 Thomas Hogg, cab-drirer. 
8 Stephen Moore, carpenter. 
84 James Gibbons, litho^aphic priuter. 
Vacant lot. 



.Lane intersects. 



12 William Turreff. 

*' r John Taws, porter. 

" r Thomas Outram, shoemaker. 

" r John Leiger, laborer. 

" r Irwin Potter, porter. 

r Mrs. Louisa Young, widow, 
Mrs. Caroline Moodie, widow. 
Joseph Williams, traveller, 
r James Taylor, laborer, 
r James Cowan, teamster. 
r Joseph Bedford, teamster, 
r Jason Phair, porter. 
James Bennett, tavern-keeper. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, widow. 
■- Warren Taylor, shoemaker. 
*' r Mra. Ann Kinslay, widow. 
*' r William Sanderson, shoemaker. 
" r John Small, tailor. 
" r Mrs. Janet Kirkland, washerwoman. 
22 John Pembroke, shoemaker. 
" Angus McKay, wharfman. 

Vacant lot. 
26 Wilson B. Abbott. 



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16 



18 
20 



.Albert street intersects. 



30, 30 i Tobias Switzer, grocer. 
32 John Willis, carpenter. 
William Degeer, carjpenter. 

r John Moore, machinist. 

r William B. Bell. 

r James Reynolds, cooper. 

r William Brown, laborer. 
Mrs. Mary Mitchell, widow. 
James Hall, porter. 
40 r Thomas Meredith, hair^dresser. 
404 James Maxwell, carpenter. 
42 Joseph Smith, carpenter. 
44 Donald Grant, clerk. 
44 r Mrs. Eliza Jane Moxve. 
48 James Beatty, laborer. 



34 



36 
38 



48 Mrs. Ann Smith, boarding-house. 
50 Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, widow. 



.Louisa street intersects. 



62 Joseph Clegg, shoemaker. 
(4 Mrs. Catherine Fid tener. 
56 Alexander Kerr, laborer. 
68 r James Sinclair, tailor. 
60 r James Yorston, cheese •monger. 
62 John Clode, shoemaker. 
64 William H. Boxall, coppersmith. 
" r Bobert Phillips, tailor. 
" r James Macfarlane, wood-turner. 
" r Alexander Wame, sailor, 
r Isaac Humphrey, moulder, 

Thomas Downey, builder. 

Miss Margaret Mills, dressmaker, 
r George Craig, turner. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Johnston. 

Henry Collins, book-keeper. 

Ontario J. Pettit, law student. 

John Fenson, machinist. 

Thomas Colby. 

Vacant house, 

Francis S, Toye, card-writer, 

Thomas Fleming, hanicss-maker. 

Christopher Keeby, cutter. 

Francis B. Orris, clerk. 
90 r William Wheeler, carpenter. 
92 John Fluker, tinsmith. 

James Corbett, cabinet-maker. 

James H. MacMuUen, book-keeper. 

John Moss, manager Dun, Wiman k 
Co.'s commercial agency. 

Mrs. Eliza Toye. 

John Nimmo, clerk. 
" r George Cline, shoemaker. 
" Richard Bartlett, carpenter. 
104 r Robert Murray, tailor. 

" r George Cline, shoemaker. 
108 John Greenlees, builder. 

Vacant house. 

F.obert Beard, painter. 

Gecrge Snider, 

Rtar premises. 



66 

68 
<t . 

70 
72 
74 
76 
78 
80 
82 
84 
86 
88 



94 
96 
98 

100 
102 



112 
114 



.Agnea street intersects. 



Rear premises. 
126 Allan McCann, laborer. 
128 Arthur E. Robinson, carpet-layer. 
130, 1304 Jolin Boss, letter-carrier. 
132 James Ellis, laborer. 
134 David Sleeth, printer. 

Bear premises. 

Edward street intersects. 



Rear premises. 
140 Richard Watson, silversmith. 
142 Henry Brunskill. 
144 Mrs. Olivia Burrows. 

" r Stuart Burrows, policeman. 
146 Thomas Wilson, printer. 
148 Thomas Collins, Drass-fiois^ver. 
160 George Qroham, tailor. 



TORONTO CITY DIKKCTORT. 



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bcwriliiiff'hoase. 
WW, widow. 

■inteneeta 

emaker. 
ii\ tener. 
aborer. 
ilor. 

leese •monger, 
laker. 

11, coppersmith, 
^ilor. 

, wood-turner, 
sailor, 
moulder, 
builder. 

lis, dressmaker, 
ler. 

Iinston. 
ok-keeper. 
law student 
thiiust. 



ard-writer. 
hanicss-maker. 
r, cutter. 

lerk. 

carpenter, 
nith. 

binet-maker. 
len, book-keeper, 
iger Dun, Wiman k 
iai agency. 

•k. 

)maker. 

carpenter. 

lilor. 

imaker. 

iiilder. 

ater. 



j< intersects. 

borer. 

)n, carpet-layer. 

etter-carrier. 

jr. 

iter. 

tintersects. 

lilrersmith. 

W8. 

olicemAn. 
)rinter. 
irass-finishier. 
ailor. 



162 Mrs. AHcs Pen wick. 

164 Charles Hunt, laborer. 

168 Mrs. Wright, washerwoman. 

168, 1684, Georgv Sandursou, teamster. 

.. ..- Elm street internets 

Rear premisiis. 

166 r James Price, builder. 

Rear premises. 

Walton street intersects 

William Kinsman, grocer. 

Rear premises. 
180 Vacant house. 
182 Slingsby Wutsoii, clerk. 



Oerrard street intersects . 



John Maguirp, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 
192 Thomas Kennedy, carpenter. 
194 Vacant house. 
196 Vacant house. 

Hayte.r street interaects. . . 



' ProYinoial Insurance Co. of CanadA, 
J. Sydney Grocker, manager and 
Becr«tary. 
James Sydney Crocker, manager Pro- 
vincial Insurance Co. of Canada. 
Consume™' Gas Company's othce. 
E. H. Rutherford, Prei't. Consumora' 

Gas Company. 
Mackenzie & Paterson, banisters. 
J. N. Blake, barrister. 
Registry olfice, county of York, John 

Uidout, registrar. 
Adelaide 8t. Wesleyan Methodist Church 
Adelaide street intersects 



Vacant lot. 

200 Jolm B. Carter, niap-mounter- 
202 Henry Edward.s, wood-carver. 
204 Robert Parkes, messenger. 
206 Robert Kingham, tinsmith. 
208 Mrs. ]\rary Ginn, nurse. 

2084 James McKendry, detective. 

201 John C. Rome, cabinet-maker. 

Vacant lot. 
214 Mrs. Susan Pooler. 
216 Thomas Jennings, plasterer. 
218 Robert McUridc, carter. 
220 William McCaw, tailor. 

Vacant lot. 
222 Mrs. Graham. 

224 Mrs. Emily Duggan, prof, music. 
226 Mrs. Francis Morrison. 

Vacant lot. 
234 Mattlicw R. Gilvorson, provision dealer. 
236 Mrs. Ann Chambers. 
2361 Mrs. Agnes Bell. 
238 Mrs. Eliza Aiken. 
240 Jesse Tensom, machinist. 
242 Mrs. Elizabeth H "bins, widow. 
244 James L. Smith, ic id supt. bank U. C. 
Rear premises. 



.College street intersects. 



Toronto gtreot— "ait side. 
Commences at King and runs north to Ade- 
laide. 

Rice Le^vis & Son, hardware. 
3 Royal Canadian Bank, Thomas Wood- 
side, Cashier. 
5 W. B. Phipps, banker. 
9 James Campbell & Son, wholesale pub- 
lishers and booksellers. 



.Court street intersect$. 



Toronto stroot- West side. 

Commences at Kiiiy Unst and runs niyrth to 
Adelaide. 
N. Gordon Bigelow, barrister. 
A. J. D'Allii'ii, advocate. 
J. 0. Browne, P. Land Surveyor. 
Odi'll & Trout, Commercial College. 
Camercm & Smart, barristers. 
E. 0. Bickford, railroad contractor. 
John Garvin, general agent iEtna Life 

Insurance Co. 
John Walker, agent iEtna Life and U» 

S. .Plate Glass Co. 
McDonald & Cliadwick, barristers. 
E. J. Jarvis, land agent, broker, &c. 
C. A. Biickas, stationer & news dealer. 
E. Bradburnc, ng(>nt Canada Life As- 
surance Comjjany. 
Canada Life Assurance Co., E. Brad- 

l)uniu, agent. 
Provincial Permanent Building So- 
ciety, E. Bradburnc, agent. 
"City Larder" Dining Rooms. 
J. Ick Evans, prop. " City Larder." 

Post Offi^x Lane intersects 

Toronto Post Ofiice, Joseph Leslie, 
Postmaster. 

Lane intersects 

Masonic Hall. 

J. Herbert ilason, secretary Canada 

Permanent Building Society. 
Canada Permanent Building Society, 

J. Herbert Mason, secretary. 
Morison & Co., ale and i)orter vaults. 
Ross, Lauder & Mulock, barristers. 
United States Consulate, D. Thurston,. 

U. S. Consul. 
Spencer & Bull, barristers. 
(Crawford & Crombie, barristers. 
Blake, Kerr & Wells, barristers. 
Jones Brothers, barristers. 
Mercer Jones. 

Thomas Hodgins, barrister. 
Office Spirit Of the Age. 
J. Foitest, agent for estate of John 

Harrington. 
William A. Kauffman, architect. 
G. B. Ware, law stationer. 
Charles J. Carroll, barrister. 



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80 Cupples k Hunter, managen Mercan- 
tile Protective Auociation. 

•• Mercantilo Protective Aaaociation, Cup- 
plea k Hunter, managen. 

" Oeorge Ward, iewoUer. 

" James H. Doyle, barrister. 

" Toronto Mutual Insurance Company, 
H. Hancock, secretary. 

" H. Hancock, secretary Toronto Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company. 

" Beaver Mutual Insurance Association, 
W. T. O'Reilly, secretary. 

" F. J. Thompson, treasurer Beaver Mu- 
tual Insurance Company. 

22 John W. Hancock, barrister and patent 
agent 

" Frederick P. Stow, stock broker. 

James Myles, coal and wood. 
, Adelaide street interaeda. 



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12 
14 



28 

32 
84 



Trinity Square— North ilda. 

Commences at Yonge and runs west. 

Joseph Pullen, brush-maker and fancy 

goods. 
Bear premises. 

Lane intersects 

Robert Sullivan, M.A., barrister. 
Rev. Henry Scadding, D.D., incum- 
bent Holy Trinity. 
John Parry, sexton Holy Trinity. 
Rev. W. S. Darling, Church of Holy 

Trinity. 
Rear premises. 
Lane intersects 

Rear premises. 

Samuel Sims, shoemaker. 

Vacant lot. 
Oeorge Arnold, moulder. 
Joseph Bemet. 
Rear premisea 



Trinity Square— South lida. 

Commences at Yonge and runs west. 
Rear premises. 
Lane intersects. 

9 Alexander Hamilton, painter, oil-man 
and paper-hanger. 
Garden. 
Rear premises. 

Lane intersects, 

27 Samuel Keenan, pattern-maker. 
Robert W. Robinson, prof, of music. 
Rear premises. 
John Hetherington, laborer. 
James Dilworth, clerk. 
Frederick Sparkes, book-keeper. 
Robert Lawson, grocer. 
Rear premises, 
r Thomas Cuttell, printer, 
r Frederick Law, aalesman. 



29 

86 
87 
89 
41 



Trinity itrMt-Baat rid*. 

Commences at the Bay, aatd rmu north te 
Kingttut. 

16 Oeorge D. Morse, cattle dealer. 

Little Front street intersects, 

Private grounds. 

Palace street intersects 

Vacant house. 
61 Joseph Parker, cooper. 
63 Martin Gill, school teacher. 

Private grounds. 
South Park street inttrteets 

Private grounds. 
77 Robert Paisley, weaver. 
Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

King street east intersects 

Trinity street— West side. 

Comnunees at the Bay, and runs North to 
King east. 
1 Gooderham k Worts, distillers and 
maltsters. 
Little Front street intersects, 

Henry Gooderham, distiller. 
Private grounds. 
William Hoult, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house, 
William Henderson, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
Palace street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

James Duffees laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Joseph Dean, book-keeper. 
Vacant lots. 

John McKeon, jeweller. 

Alexander Small, salesman. 

James Richardson, finisher. 

John Freloar, pattern -maker. 

William Anderson, moulder. 

Patrick McMahon, conductor O.T.R. 

Trinity Church, Sabbath School House. 
Derby Lane intersects 

Trinity Church. 
King street east intersects 



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68 

62 

66 
68 
70 
72 
74 
76 



University Colleob (See Queen's Park), 
is situated in Queen's Park, near north- 
em end of College Avenue. 

Vnlverslty street— East side. 

Commences at Queen and rwru north to 
Avenue, 

Osgoode Hall premif es. 

Osgoode street instersect$ 

Alexander Daragh, poUceman. 



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and rwHt Mftk t» 

ittle dealer. 

tet inUnecU, 



nUnecU. 



)er. 
teacher, 

t inUrteds. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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ver. 

>t8. 

intermets. 

^•■t lid*. 

and runs North to 

a. 

tta, distillers and 



t intersects. 
distiller. 

orer. 
ats. 

laborer. 

i)t8. 

nterseets...., 



3tS. 

rer. 

3tS. 

-keeper. 

ots. 

cUer. 

ilesman. 

finisher, 

irn-maker. 

moulder. 

conductor O.T.R. 

ibath School Houae. 

Uersects 



( intersects. 



See Queen's Park), 
s Park, near north* 
venue. 

— Eait ilde. 

md runs north to 



ues. 

insterseets .. 
policeman. 



Vacant lota. 
Lane intersects . 



«5 Mrs. Ann E. Thomas, washerwoman. 
47 John Henry Jackson, barber. 

Vacant lot 
61 Louis Delany, herb doctor. 
63 John England, laborer. 

66 — McCallum (information refused). 

67 Miss Mortimer, milliner. 
69 John Finch, carpenter. 

61 Oswald liurkardt, shoemaker. 
63 Thomas Cushin, hostler. 

66 Michael Falen, wheelwright. 
" r Adolphus Gold, teamster. 

67 John Davidson, boiler-maker. 
69 Matthew Mnmford, locksmith. 
71 William Brown, bricklayer. 

Vacant lot 

76 William Hughes, teamster. 

77 Edward Barns, pensioner. 
79 Patrick Burns, laborer. 

81 Michael Downey, dairyman. 

Vacant lots. 
89 Frederick Rogers, sliocmakcr. 

Vacant lots. 

98 Ephraim Butt, waggon-maker. 

99 llenry lleitell, shoemaker. 
101 Mrs. Eliza Dancy. 

103 William Wardell, house-mover. 
105 Wm. Townsend, upholsterer. 
107 Edwiu Trevail, commercial traveller. 
Agnes street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
113 Matthew Hutchinson, machinist. 

" r Alexander Aloore, shoemaker. 

" r Mrs. Sarah Iredale, washerwoman. 
115 John Bone, carpenter. 
117 Samuel Munns, laborer. 
119 Wm. Mullins, carriage-builder. 
121 Mrs. Maria Kay, tailoress. 
123 James Richardson, sailor. 

Vacant lot. 
127 Thomas Summerville, carpenter. 



Edward street intersects . 



129 Andrew Fleming, tax collector. 

131 Edward Hargrces, laborer. 

133 John Reilly, carpenter. 

135 John W. Hethenngton, accountant. 

Garden. 
139 Walter Verrall, cairiage-builder. 
141 John Parker, missionary. 
143 George Read, joiner. 
146 Thos. L. Wynne, slipper-maker. 

Rear premises. 
Elm street intersects 



Vacant lots. 

166, 167 Richard Phillips, carver and gilder. 

159 Wm. Armstrong, carpenter. 

161 Chas. C. Roe, patent medicine maker. 

163 William Lawrence, carpenter. 

165 Daniel Cooper, painter. 

167 John Cove, tailor. 



109 James Oroundwater, seedsman. 
171 James Mink. 

178 Harry Holman, tailor. 

" Mrs. Catherine Call, ladies' nurse. 
175 James W. Coleman, music dealer. 
177 James F. Peterkin, wood carver. 

179 Joseph Bywater, caqienter O. T. R. 
181 Ci.arles Peterkin, wood carver. 

Vacant lot. 
186 W. H. Steele, attorney. 

Vacant lot. 
189 Robert Yorston, express-man. 

Vacant lot. 
193 Thomaa J. Wallace. 
196 William Thompson, carter. 

Vacant lot 
199 Henry Jones, jobber. 






Christopher street intersects., 



203 

205 
207 

213 
215 
217 

226 
231 



Rear premises. 



Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
Peter Jessiman. brass-finisher. 
Edward Town, G. T. R. 
John Frazer, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 
William Peterkin, clerk. 
A. H. B. Wadsworth, M.B., asst. clerk 
of Process. 



Lane intersects .... 

Vacant lots. 
Avenue street intersects. 



University streot— West side. 

Commences at Queen and runs north to Avenue 

Street. 

East side of College Avenue to end. 



Vanauley street— East side. 

Commences at Queen and runs north to Agnes 
west. 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
17 Andrew Kinghorn, brass-moulder. 
19 Gilbert Logan, engineer G.T.^ 
21 Joseph Waddy, boiler-maker. 

Vacant lots. 
27 Peter C. Abbott, cabman. 

Private grounds. 
31 David Davidson, boiler-maker. 
33 Edward Turner. 

Vacant lots. 
39 Henry Fox, carpenter. 
41 Joseph Holman, blacksmith. 
Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacau, -ots. 
Samuel Stephenson, laborer. 
Vacant house. 



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167 
109 
171 
173 



Vdcantlote. 
Highstreet intereda. 

Vacant loto. 
Kerr Lane intersects 

Vacant lots. 
St. Patrick street intersects 

Private grounds. 

J. Hutchinson Esten, barrister. 

Vacant lotSi 
Alexander Crawfoi-di clerk. 
Robert Whitlow, laborer. 

1 Alexander Clark, fireman N.R.C. 

2 Patrick Husscy. 'aborer. 

3 Thomas H. Cummiiigs, gardener. 

4 Robert Jackson, laborer. 
» 5 John WhitloW; iiiucliinist 
James PhilliiL-^, engineer N.R.C. 
Charles Spvoatt, brewer. 
Williaiii Chapman, clerk. 
p. Smitli. 

St. A ndrew street intersects. 

Private gwunds. 

Vacant lot. 
Charles R. Bell, book-keeper. 
Mrs. Susan E. Bell. 
Robert Marshall. 
Allan Rutherford, tailor. 
James Reynolds. 
Hugh Reddie, laborer. 
Agnes street intersects 



Vanauley street— West side. 

Convmetices at Queen and runs north to Agnes 

west. 
Piivate grounds. 

Vacant lots. 
Rei T premises. 
20 Cht.rles F. Jarvis, baggageman G.W.R. 
Re^r premises. 

Vacant lots. 
30 J'tnies Scott, engineer G.T.R. 
•' r John Riley, cary ntcr. 
v'auant lots. 
3C Peter Thornton 

Vacant lots. 
66 Jolih Cocln-an, laborer. 
" r Hermann Schmidt, peddler. 
68 John Leeming, machinist. 
70 Jamef. Abralmm, coachman. 
Vacant lots. 

High street intersects ; 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lota. 
Privatie grounds^ 

St. Patrick street interjects 

Vacant lots. 
120 William Sloggett, blacksmith, 
122 Thomas Bunker, bricklayer. 

Vacant lot. 



126 
128 
130 

142 

148 

154 
156 
158 
160 

162 



172 



John LerouX. 
Thomas Daly, laborer. 
Mrar Mary O'Brien. 

Vacant lotSi 
James McGrath, tinsmith. 

Vacant lot 
William SteiTatt, dairyman. 

Vacant lot. 
James A. Eastman, conductor G.T.B. 
William Dack, clerk. 
Thomas Peters, laborer. 
Timothy Goirjuerson, turner. 
Benjamin Dean, machinist. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot. 
Csleb Butt, bricklayer. 

,.... Agnes street West intersects 



Vankoughnet street— North aide. 

Commences at Major, and runs West to 
Lippincott. 

Vacant lots. 
Bnmsvnck Avenue intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Robert Kerk, laborer. 
William Cathcart, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 

Borden street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Lippincott street intersects 

Victoria street— East side. 
Commences at Adelaide cast, and rviis north 
to Gcrrard. 

> lexander Miller, second-hand clothier. 

1 Joseph — , upholsterer, 

<i Rolc-rt Petch, builder. 
f) Robert Tola, shoemaker. 
" David Strachan, shoemaker. 
" Richard Nash, slDcmaker. 
" John McTague, sJ^oemoker. 
" r John A. Frost- bi ker. 
9 Mrs. Mary McClain, widow. 
" r James Ross, laborer. 
" r William McPherson, laborer. 
11, 13 WilliamSmith, prop. Fermanagh Inn. 

Stanley street intersctts. 

13 Edward Brown, prop. Victoria House. 
Richard Chiff, shoemaker. 
Hugh Fulton, laborer.' 
Mrs. Mary Black, widow, 

Vacant lots. 
J. J. Manieoe, carpenter. 
John Magee, shoemaker 
Mrs. Catherine Magoe. 
Neil Agnew, proprietor 'Jentral Saloon. 

RicJimond street intersects 



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ly, laborer. 

O'Brien. 
Vacant lots, 
irath, tinsmith. 
Vacant lot 
ten-att, dairyman. 
Vacant lot. 

Eastman, conductor G.T.R. 
ack, clerk. 

ters, laborer, 
offiuerson, tnrner. 
Dean, machinist. 
Vacant lots, 
me. 

Vacant lot. 
, bricklayer. 

treet West mtcrsecLi 

net street— North side. 

Major, and runs West to 
Lippincott. 

Vacant lots. 

•k Avenue intersects 

Vacant lots, 
•k, laborer, 
ithcart, carpenter. 
Vacant lots. 

fn street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

-,utt street intersects 

a street— East side. 

Iclaide east, and ru;is north 
'o Gerrard. 

Miller, second-hand clothier. 

, upholsterer. 

ch, buildei'. 

a, shoemaker. 

chan, shoemaker. 

ish, sh )eniaker. 

iguc, sltoemaker. 

rost- bi ker. 

McCluin, widow. 

), laborer. 

cPherson, laborer. 

luith, prop. Fermanagh Inn. 

1/ street intersctts 

own, prop. Victoria House. 

iff, shoemaker. 

m, laborer.' 

Black, widow. 

I'^acant lote. 

:ce, carpenter. 

B, shoemaker 

rine Magee. 

r, proprietor 'Central Saloon. 

nd street intersects 



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29 Luther C. Coddington, proprietor Rich- 
mond House. 
33 Thomas Quinn. 

Vacant lots. 
Rea'r pi-emises. 



. Qu4xn street intersects . 



Baptist Chunih. 

Va(!ant lot. 

49 Mis. Evelina Randolph, seamstress. 

" Mrs. Elizabeth .Johnson, wiilow. 

'* Charles Cirter, tohaceo-worker. 

51 Mi's. Mary Ann Wilson, widow. 

" David Strai'han, shoemaker. 

53 Alexander Oliphant, hook-binder. 

" John M(.'Tagne, shoemaker. 

55 James McGrath, shoemaker. 

" Mrs. Ann Clifford, widow. 

57 C'harles Loughman, laborer. 

59 John Clarke, laborer. 

" James Morgan, sailor. 

61 Joseph Oliver, jiainter. 

63 Miehael Troy, sailor. 

" Mrs. Mary Elliot, widow. 

" James Anderson, sailor. 

" Henry McDonald, boiler maker, 

65 Mrs. Esther I'arry, widow. 

" Frank Conley, laborer. 

67 Wlliiim Nortii, grocer. 

" Ciiristopher Sparling, contractor. 
Vacant lots. 

73 John Tucker. 

75 John G. McCarthy, , hook -keeper. 

77 Andrew McEarland, clerk. 

79 Mrs. Jane Wadsworth, boarding-house. 

81 Jerome Alley, Crown Land Depart- 
ment. 

83 Kol)ert Frsizer. 

35 George Craig. 

87 Vacant house. 

89 Jlrs. Margaret Toyman, widow. 

91 George Gibson, book-keeper. 

93 lli(diard Clitlbrd, ti> le-keeper Jacques 

& Hay. 

" Mrs. R. Clifford, tailoress. 

" Mrs. MeCarty, wid. Mu.phy. 

" Robert Loughea<l, lamp-lighter. 

95 John Templenian, carpenter. 

97 James Met allum, clerk. 
Disciples' Church. 
Rear promises. 

Vacant lot. 

105 Miss Maiy Cuthbertson. 

107 Vincent Cozen.s, shoemaker. 

" James JIcKengeny, gas-works. 

109 William Sweetman, laborer. 

*• Mrs. Mary Connell. 

" Patrick Flanigan, sailor. 

Ill Cornelius Scanlan, moulder. 

" John O'Brien, sailor. 

113 James Rusk, carpenter. 

115 Mrs. Mary Ann Christian, widow. 

' * William Blackhall, bookbinder. 

117 Mrs. Elizabeth Dobbin, widow. 

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117 Thomas Watson, book-binder. 

119 Mrs. Bueck, widow. 

121 John Buchan, messenger 'P. 0. 

123 John Forbes, cariwnter. 

125 Andrew Wilson, pattern-maker. 

" William Scott, melodeon-ma'-.er. 

127 Charles Peters, clerk G. W. R. 

129 James Morrison, jwrter. 

131 Miss Mary McLean, boarding-honse. 

133 J. P. Cleveland, M.D., private college. 

135 John Hopcraft, shoemaker. 

137 Mrs. Sarah Siggins. 

139 Jirs. Mary Breenan, widow. 

Vacant lots. . 

143 t'harles Da.wzy, telegiaph-repairer. 

" MeCrovie, furniture store. 

145 Matthew Redmond, brewer. 

" Daniel McMuUin, clerk. 

147 Thomas Gibbons, grocer. 

Craicksliank street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

151 Dr. Egerton Ryei-son. sunt, of educat'n. 

153 Mrs. Eliza Laiigloi.s, widow. 

155 Mi's. Mary Ann Snell, widow. 

157 Win. Edwin Brabant, foreman W. C. 
Chewett & Co.'s piinting establish- 
ment. 

159 Christopher Magson, teller Brown's 
Bank 

161 Alfred Mason, Canada Perm't Building 
Society. 
" Thomas Mason. 

16b William T. Mason, general commission 
merchant. 

165 Daniel JIulvey, stone-cutter. 

167 Patrick Tray, mail conductor. 

1 69 James Skinner, carpenter. 
Ward School. 

Ootdd street intersects....^ 

Normal S(!hool Grounds. 



.Gerrard streit intersects. 



Viotoria street— West side. 

Commences at Adelaide east and runs nortfi 
Gerrard. 

2 John Irwin, proprietor Irwin's Hotel. 
Vacant lots. 
Robert Lees, carpenter. 
Thomas Fenny. 
Thomas Bell, merchant. 
Miss Sarah Jane Oliver, dre.ssmaker. 
Mrs. Isabidla Robinson, widow. 
Patrick Coi'gan, laborer. 
Mrs. Nolan, widow. 
Mrs. Heffron, widow. 
John Swain, tailor. 
Mrs. Balsam, widow. 
Mrs. MeCarty, widow. 
Vacant house. 
Edward Ward, grocer. 
John Walter, printer. 



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28 James Miuoo, printer. 

30, Alexander McClellaud, B. C. Basic. 

32 Henry Donnelly, carter. 

" Edward Harrison, printer. 
32 r Mrs. B. Vale, widow. 

34 William Gibson, harness-maker. 

" Charles Spenoe, policu force. 

38 Michael Durliam, boot & shoemaker. 

40 Owen Mooney, grocer. 

Richmond street intersecis 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 

Queen street intersects 

54 Edward Dowson, proprietor Leeds 
Arms. 

Vacant lots. 
Michael Scanlan, tinsmith. 
60 Miss Mary Ann Dunn. 
" John Rooney. 

62 William J. Patterson, moulder. 
64 Edward Lowden, engine-driver. 

Vacant lots. 
70 Richard Dow, carpenter. 
72 John Brown, builder. 
76 William Johnson, laborer. 
78 Mrs. Elizabi'th Graham. 
" John Graham, porter. 
80 Patrick Kelly, laborer. 
82 Neil McArthur,- sailor. 
84 Thomas Lynch, laborer. 
88 Michael Cain, laborer. 
" Mrs. Kelly. 
" Mrs. Cain. 
84 Samuel McGce, laborer. 
" Patrick Tineen, cooper. 
90 James W. Davis, sliocmakcr. 

Vacant lots. 
96 Thomas Smith, painter. 
" John IJarnett, carpenter. 
" — Hornsham, blacksmith. 
98 William Bland, tailor. 
100 James Butt, blacksmith. 
Rear promises. 



Shxtter street intersects. 



Rear premises. 
116 Patrick McLaughlin, laliorer. 

" Patrick Kane, cab-driver. 
108 Joseph Lord, tailor. 
110 Thomas Riusell, tailor. 
112 Mrs. Margaret Phair, widow. 
1]4 Henry Hopcroft, boot-crimper, 
116 Mrs. YMza. Kennedy, widow. 
118 Patrick Meehan, tailor. 
120 Henry Aspadon, grocer. 
122 James Howarth dniggist. 
124 Geoi|;e Smeill, book-binder. 
126 George Brent, clerk. 

Rear premises. 
134 John Drummoud, lumber-nterohant. 
136 Mrs. Anna Moss, widow of John. 

Vacant lot 
140 Decimus Bell, dnughtanMa. 



140 Mra. Lisett, widow. 
142 Edward Wallace. 
144 James Beattie, cabinet-maker. 
146 Mrs. Mary Ana Forbes, widow. 
148 Dennis Nolan, laborer. 
Vacant lots. 

Cru ickslMii k street inta'secta . . 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 
156 George Scovell, clerk. 
158 Charles T.Whatmough, furniture store. 
160 Miss Mary Frazer, dressmaker. 
162 Mrs. Ellen Clarke, widow. 
164 Mrs. Sarah Macdonald, widow. 
166 Mrs. Fanny McPhei-son, widow. 
168 G. T. Williamson, accountant. 
170 Miss Georgina Round, teacher. 

" Henry Boulter, clerk. 
174 A. H. St Germain, pub. Daily World. 
176 John M. Trout, commtreial editor itoiVj/ 

Telegruph. 
178 Robert Thomas, barber. 
180 William Park, clerk. 
182 Miss Eliza Burke. 
184 William Siddall, G.T.R. 
186 Ishmael Iredalc. 

" Robert Redford. 
188 John McKenna. 

" James Ward. 
190 Peter McEachren. 
192 John Maguire, brewer. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 



.Gould street intersects. 



202 William H. Ranson. 

204 Mrs. Rebecca Miller, boarding-house. 

206 Mrs. Helen Bailey, widow. 

208 Eugenia O'Kcefe, brewer. 

210 Adam Miller, bookseller. 

Vacant house. 
214 William Cavan, prof. Knox's College. 
216 Alf. Dredge, book))inder, & stationer. 
218 John Kerr, barrister. 
220 T. Wardlaw Taylor, Osgoode Hall. 
222 William McClain. 
224 Robert Carrie, merchant. 
226 John Brandon, wholesale merchant. 
228 William Elliott. 

Vacant lots. 
242 Hector Cameron, barrister. 
244 John Hoskin, barrister. 

Private grounds. 



.Geiyard street intersects. 



Walton BttMt -North ild*. 

Cmnmences at Yonge and rum west to 
Elizafteth, 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lot. 
14 Charles Barnes, salesman. 
Vacant lots. 



IV. 

nnet-maker. 
orbea, widow, 
orer, 
lota. 

•cet infct'sects.. 



tlot. 

erk. 

uugh, furniture store. 

, dresamaker. 

widow, 
nald, widow, 
lersoii, widow. 

accountant. 
Hid, teacher, 
erk. 

pub. Balbj irorld. 
umtreial editor IteiVi/ 

arber. 
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lots. 

intersects 

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f, widow. 

•rewer. 

kseller. 

irof. Knox's College, 

;■ binder, & stationer. 

ter. 

)r, Osgoode Hall. 

rchant. 

lolesale merchant 

lots, 
ban-ister, 

rister. 



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John Hillock, builder. 

Mrs. Francis Van Neatrani}. 

Miss Mkty 8heppard. 

Mrs. Ann Wliale. 

Vacant house. 
22 Joseph Kent. 

21 Matthew Walton, insurance agent. 
26 OeorgiJ Orejtg, rciwrter Leader. 
28 Charles Mcintosh. 
30 Mrs. Ann Pope. 
32 Richard Vickens, clerk. 
Vacant lots. 
36 John Middlcniiss, ioreman Leader Job. 
38 David Smillie, salesman. 

Vacant lots. 
44 Samuel Morehouse, school teacher. 
46 Janibs Minte, commission merchant. 
48 Mrs. Jane McEwan. 
60 Willitim Cobban, book-keeper. 
52 William W. Jones, book-keeper. 
54 Mrs. Nesbit, widow. 
Terauhy street intersects 

Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 

62 Wilkin B. Kutler, house & land agent. 

Vacant lots. 

John Douglas, chief clerk .(histom 
House. 

William Taylor, clerk. 

William Tackaberry, salesman. 

George Pim, book-ket'ijer. 

Rear premises. 
Elisabeth street intersects 



Walton street— South side. 

Commences at Votitje and runs west to 
Etiuilteth. 



WeUeiley street -North side. 

Cominciuxs at Yonge ami run east of Jarvis. 

Private grounds. 
34 James E. Smith, mayor. 
40 Paul Kane, artist. 
48 Thomas Lailey, clothier. 
54 William Duncan. 

, Church street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
64 Mrs. Mary Browne, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
70 William Davies, pork factory. 

Vacant lots. 

Jarvis street intersects 

Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
B. Homer Dixon, Consul for the 
Netherlands. 

Welleiley street— South side. 

Commences at Yongc and rutia east of Jarvis. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 

(Church street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
James O'Neil, cab-man. 
Vacant lots. 

Jarvis street intersects 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 





Rear premises. 




2 




La,ne intersects 






3 


Henry Lewis, bell-hanger. 




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5 


John Bland, dry goods. 






7 


Martin E. Snider, dentist. 




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9 


Francis Morton, clerk. 








Vacant lots. 




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James McBcan, carpenter. 








Lumber yard. 






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James McBean, builder. 




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37 


Robert Brown, book-binder. 






39 


Daniel Savage, salesman. 
William Bat-kas, at P. 0. news 




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depot. 


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43 


Charles Coleman, jeweller. 






45 


Worsley Ebbs, clerk Crown 


Lauds 






Department. 




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Mrs. John Walton. 

Vacant lots. 








Rear premises. 




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Terauley street intersects. . 




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John Ferguson, clerk. 




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69 


Mrs. Elizabeth Backas, wid. George. 


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61 


Josiah Rogers, painter. 






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Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 




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Edward Devine, printer. 




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Elizabeth street intersects.. 







Wellington street East— North side. 

Commences at Yonge and runs cast to Church. 

Samuel Taylor, Manager Bank of Bri- 
tish Noith America. 

Smith & Wood, Barristera, &c. , solici- 
tors for the Bank of British N. A. 

Humphrey L. Hime, estate and insur- 
ance agent, &c. 

North British & Mercantile Insurance 
Co. — Life Department, H. L. Hime, 
agent. 

The Scottish Provincial Assurance Co., 
G. L. Maddison, Agent. 

Thomas H. Ince, barrister, &c. 

Robert James, jun., agent for Patent 
Portable Self-acting Fire Extin- 
guisher. 

Patent Portable Self-acting Fire Ex- 
tinguisher, Robert James, jun., 
agent. 

James R. Bradbury, mining agent. 

William Moulton, care taker. 

•Tohn Shaw & Co., wholesale dry goods. 

14 Reford & Dillon, importers and 
wholesale grocers. 

William H. Jefferv, co-manager, 
Reford k Dillon. " 

William W. Keighlev, co-manager, 
Reford & Dillon. 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



16, 18 Huron and Ontario Ship Canal 

Company. 
20, 22 Cooper's Arms Hotel, John Murphy, 

proprietor. 
** John Murphy, proprietor Cooper's 

Arms Hotel. 



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32 






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Scott street bUeraccta 



Ontario Bank, A. Fisher, manager. 
John Campbell, boot k shoe maker. 
Co.v & Co., wliolesalo millinery and 

fancy ^oods. 
C. V. Keid k Co., wholesale wines k 

liquors and leaf tobaccio and cigar 

Jlanufacturers. 
Robert N. Gooch, broker, general 

insurance agent and notary public. 
North British and Mercantile Insurance 

Company, Fire Department, U. N. 

Goocn, agent. 
. .'e Association of Scotland, 11. N. 

Gooch, agent. 
Montreal Marine Assurance Company, 

R. N. Gooch, agent. 

1 Zebulun A. Lash, barrister, &c. 

2 Samuel F. Holeomb, forwarding and 

commission merchant. 

3, 15 & 30 Montreal Telegraph Com- 

])any, H. P. Dwight, superinten- 

• dent. 

"H. P. Dwight, superuitendent Mon- 
treal Telegraph Company. 

4, 5 & (5 Dun, Wiman & Co., mercantile 

agency, John iloss, manager. 
7, 8 & 9 Patton, Osier & Moss, bar- 
risters, &c. 

10 Gooderham k Worts, distillers and 

commission merchants. 
" Gooderham & Worts, Toronto Distil- 
lery. 

11 Peckham & Hoag, lumber merchants. 
" Hotchkiss, Peckliam k Co., manu- 
facturers and dealers in lumber. 

12 Capt. John Clarke, general broker. 
13, 14, 16 k 17 Inland Revenue Office. 

Alfred Brunei, Asst. Commissioner 

in Revenue Otflce. 
Henry Godson, District Insjieetor in 

Revenue Office. 
Geo. P. Dickson, Collector Inland 

Revenue. 
James Shaw, Assistant Collector. 
18 John 0. He ward. 

19, and Rotunda, Toronto Corn Ex- 
change Association, Thomas Clark- 
son, President. 

20, 21 & 22 The Metropolitan Water 

Company. 

' ' John Evans, clerk Metropolitan Water 
Company. 

" Launcelot G. Bolster, superintendent 
Metn)politan Water Company. 

" W. H. Stoteabury, collector Metro- 
politan Y^ater Company. 



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24 James Brown, jr., produce merchant. 
" Wm. Gamble, general broker. 

26 Wm. M. Gorrie, clerk Inland Revenue 

Office. 

27 James Foster, Mathematical and 

Telegraph Instrument maker. 
29 J. W. Herrick, broker. 

31 J. Davis, clerk Inland Revenue Office. 

32 Tliomas Shortiss, general broker. 

" Hugh P. Savigny, C.E., Surveyor, 
mining agent, &c. 

33 Robert Alaitland, general broker. 

37 Sanmel R. Briggs, lumber dealer, 

sliipper, and commission merchant. 

38 E. C. Jones, general broker. 

'Change Alley intersects 

Gordon & Co. 

St. George Harvey, general broker. 
40 Smith & Arthurs, wholesale gi-ocers. 
James Young, produce and commission 
merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
John Blakey, prop. Liverpool Hotel. 

Bank of Toronto, Geo. Hague, cashier. 
Geo. Hague, cashier Bank of Toronto. 
Hugh Leach, assisant cashier Bank of 

Toronto. 
W. R. Wadswortli, accountant Bank 

of Toronto. 
Quebec Bank, R. H. Bethune, manager. 
J. 51. Bradstreet k Son, Improved 

Mtacantilo Agency, John Priest- 

niaii, superintendent. 
John Pric"jtmaii, superintendent J. M. 

Bradstreet & Son. 
James Austin, office. 
Canadian Land and Emigration Com. 

pany, C. J. Blonffield, secretary. 
J. Helliwell, M.A., barrister, solicitor 

for the Ijank of Toronto. 



. Church street intersects. 



Wellington street East— South side. 

Commences at Vongelatid titiis east to Church. 

1 Royal Insurance Buildings. 
" C;ity R(;gistrar's office, Charles Lindsay, 

City Registrar. 
" Gait & Henderson, banisters kc. 

Dobbie k Canie, wholesale dry goods. 

Hoskins&Cleland, wholesaledry goods. 

Childs k Hamilton, wholesale boot and 
shoe manufactory. 

13 Gordon McKay & Co., wholesale 
dry goods and manufacturers. 

John Fiskin & Co. , rock oil and com- 
mission merchants. 

Evans, Elmsley k Co., commission 
merchants. 

Rear premises. 

Scolt street intersects 

John Hendrie k Co., cartage agent* 
Q.W.R. 



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TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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'., produce merchant. 

eneral broker. 

;lerk Inland Revenue 

Mathematical and 
ruinent maker, 
broker. 

nland Hevenue Office. 
I, fetiicral broker, 
ny, C.E., Surveyor, 
&c. 

I, general broker, 
ggs, lumber dealer, 
jniniissiou merchant, 
leral broker. 

!/ intersects 

general broker. 
s, wholesale gi-ocers. 
duce and commission 

lots. 

jp. Liverpool Hotel. 

Geo. Hague, cashier. 
ier Hank of Toronto, 
iant cashier Bank of 

:h, accountant Bank 

I. Bethune, manager. 
; k Son, Improved 
gency, John Triest- 
tendent. 

superintendent J. M. 
Son. 
ice. 

nd Emigration Com. 
Blomfield, secretary. 
L, barrister, solicitor 
of Toronto. 

t intersects 



Bast-South side. 

d niv.s east to Church. 

buildings. 

Kce, Charles Lindsay, 

I, banisters kc. 
wholesale dry goods. 
, wholesale dry goods, 
n, wholesale boot and 
ory. 

ly & Co., wholesale 
manufacturei-8. 
>. , rock oil and com- 
ants. 
k Co., commiuion 



/ intersects 

Co,, cartage agent* 



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27 



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21, 23 John Macdonald & Co., wholesale 

imi)orters of dry goods. 
Newbigging House, rear entrance. 
Vacant office. 
Mrs. Bridget McNaughton, office 

cleaner 
Mrs. Mary Mandeville, washerwoman. 
Mrs. Annie Camjibell, widow Patrick. 

Vacant lot. 
Kear promises. 

M. k L. Samuel, commission merch'ts. 
George Laidlaw, commission merchant. 
C. E. Anderson k Co., commission 

merchants. 
Ontario " Gazetteer and Toronto City 

Directory Offices, C. E. Anderson 

k C"o., ]»ublishers. 
Wm. Baldwin Sullivan, manager and 

compiler ('. E. Anderson & Cos'. 

*' Directories ond Gazetteers." 
H. McRvoy, publisher of Directories 

and (tszetteers. 
J. k A. Clark, produce and commission 

merchants, 
basement, Owen Hays, oyster saloon. 
Corner Church, William Pow'.and, 

insurance agent for the follow 'ng 

companies : 
Queen Fire and Life Insurance Co. 
Northern Fire and Life Assurance Co. 
Travellers' Accident Insurance Co., 

Hartford Conn. 
Western Marine Insurance Co., of 

Buffalo. 
Railway Passenger Accident Assurance 

Company. 
William Rowland & Co., late T. M. 

Clark, produce and commission 

merchant. 
C'hiirch street intersects 



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Wellington street west -North ilde. 

Commences at Yonge. and runs IVest 
Brock. 



to 



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12 
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Henry Smith, salesman Robt. Wilkes. 

G. L. Beardmore k Co., wholesale 
leather and findings. 

Sessions, Turner k Co., wholesale boot 
and shoe manufacturers. 

Foulds & Hodgson, wholesale small- 
wares and fancy goods. 

Vacant store. 

Vacant store. 



Jordan street intersects 

18, 20 Henderson k Bostwick, wholesale 
manufacturei's of hats, onyts, and 
millinery. 
22, 24 Thomas Smith, house, sign, and 
ornamental painter. 
Vacant lot. 
Robert Hay, (Jacques k Hay.) 
James Shaw, aasiatant collector inland 
revenue. 



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32 Mrs. Margaret Oliver, widow Stephen. 

" John D. Oliver, broker. 

*• Stephen E. Oliver, book-keeper J. B. 

Armstrong k Co. 
34 John Snarr, conl and wood merchant. 
41) Alexander T. Fulton, wholesale grocer. 
" James Michie, wholesale and retail 
grocer. 

Bay street intersects 

42 Miss Elizabeth Radford, dressmaker. 
Rear premises. 

■ ■ . •wM**M • Munn's lane intersects 

5'i2 iloltn S. Grassick, clerk. 
54 John Wilson, L. W. Customs. 
56 Robert Jordan, grocer. 
Vacant lots. 
84 William Boyd, barrister. 
86 Joseph D. Ridout, merchant. 
" George P. Ridout, governor B. A. 

Insurance Company. 
88 Andrew Todd. 
90 John Gordon, merchant. 
" Hugh McDonald, merchant. 
Grand's Royal Horse Bazaar. 
Josej)h Grand, livery stable. 
Private groimds. 
109 late T. A. Stayner. 

Vork street East intersects 

Vacant lots. 
134 W. R. Beaumont, ]>hysician and surg. 

Vacant lots. 
134 Noah L. Barnhart, miller and produce 

merchant. 
136, 138 Officers' Quarters. 

Em ihj street intersects 

Private grounds. 
Rear premises. 

Simcoe street intersects, 

Government House Grounds. 
224 S. M. Jarvis, banister. 

Private grounds. 

Borsett street intersects 

Royal Engineer Department. 
Vacant lots. 

John street intersects 

248 Rev. H. C. Hoiie. 

" H. B. Hope, clerk. 
250 Augustin Noverre, prof, of dancing. 
" John H. Noverre, pnotographer. 
" Misses Noverre, ladies' school. 
252 Daniel McMichael, Q.C., D.C.L., bar- 
rister, 
254 J. W. Marling, general agent Canada 
Life Assurance ('ompany. 
" Venion B. Wadsworth, P. L. Surveyor 
andC. K 
256 Mrs. Mary Phillpotts, vridow. 

Vacant lots. 
270 Hon. George Brown, Olohe, 
272 George r«g|an, recorder. 



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Private ground*. 

Yacuit lots. 
John Kay, retail dry gooda. 

Piter Mtrtet intersects,.... 

Private Grounds. 

Clarence Square iiUerseott. 

Vacant lots. 

Brock street intersects, 



WalUBfton BtTMt West— South side. 

Commences at Vmige and runs *{tSiir'tb 

Brock, 

J. G. Joseph k Co., rear premises, 
fi, 7 & 9 Charles Moore k. Co., wholesale 
imjiorters of gioeerics, wines and 
liquors. 
11 Thos. Lailey& Co., wholesale clothing, 

hats, ca{>s, kc, 
13, 15 Merchants' Bank of Canauada, Jas. 

G. Harper, manager. 
15 James G. Harper, manager Merchants' 

Bank. 
13 Savings' Bank, Merchants' Bank, Chas. 

Scadding, actuaiy. 
n 1*17 Edinburgh Life Assurance Company, 
:^ David Higgins, secretary. 

^ David Higgins, secretary Edinburgh 
PQ Life Assurance Company. 

Crooks, Kingsmill & Catttmach, bar- 
rister, &c. 
f Colonial Securities Company, U. J. U. 
Chipman, set^rctary. 
^ B, J. U. Chipman, secretary Colonial 
•S Securities Company. 

S I Charles Donnelly, caretaker. 
25 Frederick C. Capreol, President Huron 
and Ontario Ship Canal Co. 
Vacant lots. 
Andrew Mercer, issuer of Marriage 
Licenses. 

Bay street intersects 

38 City Bank, Montreal. 
" John Moat, cashier City Bank of Mon- 
treal. 
Rear premises. 

Lane intersects 

Private grounds. 
61 Hon. H. J. Boulton. 
" Clarke Gamble, barrister. 

Rear premises. 
89 Alex. Manning, contractor and alder- 
man. 

Vacant lots. 
Rear premises. 
John Buckley, hack proprietor. 

York street intersects 

cor. York, Geot;ge Hawke. 
109 Samuel Ilisley, mechanical and con- 
sulting engineer. 
Ill John Ri^ut, Registn^. County York. 



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115 
117 



Colin W. Postlethwaite, stordceeper 
N. R. C. 

S. F. Holcomb, forwarding and com- 
mission merchant. 

William I'yper, secretary and ttcasurer 
Union Permanent Building and 
Saving Society. 

Vacant lots. 

Sivicoe street intersects 

Drill Shed. 

Parliament buildings and grounds. 

John street intersects ,. 

Mrs. M. J. Holiwell, ladies' boarding 

school. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
Commissary General Weir. 

Windsor street intersects, 

Mrs. J. Merritt, widow. 
A. C. Feck, gardener. 
Private premises. 

Peter street intersects 



Vacant lots. 

Clarence Square intersects 

Vacant lots. 



Brock street intersects . 



WaUlagton Avenue. 

Commences at Tecumseth and runs west to 
Strachan Avenue, 

Vacant lots on both sides. 



Wellington PUoe— North side. 

Commences at Brock and runs west to Port- 
land. 
Private grounds. 
George Evans. 

H. H. Killaly, civil engineer. 
Private grounds. 
Robert iT Miller, attorney. 
Francis Taylor, merchant. 
Vacant house, 
Capt. Henry Balfour, R. A. 
Private grounds. 

Vacant lots. 



18 
20 

38 
40 

46 



Wellington Place— South side. 

Comnuiuxs at Brock and runs toest to Port- 
land. 

Private grounds. 

Rear of Loretto Abbey. 

Mrs. Sarah Nettleton. 

Edward Parkinson, clerk O.T.R. 

William Kennedy, engine driver. 

Richard Fitzgerald, shoemaker. 

Edward Hugau. 

George Wilkinson, caixiage trimmer. 

Private grounds. 

Vacant lota. 
John S. Donaldson, book-keeper. 
Private grounds. 



43 
45 
49 
61 
53 
55 



7* 



TnroNTO' omr wrbctory. 



imf 



hwaite, storekeeper 

rwardiiig and com- 

lit 

iretary and Ueasurer 

lent Building and 

lote. 
infersecta 



gs and grounds. 

ntcrsfcti ,, 

L>li, ladies' boarding 

Ota. 
Ill Weir. 

t intersects 

idow. 
ler. 

lUersccts 

lots. 

'« intersects 

lots. 

iiUersecta 

h and runs west to 
ivenw, 

i\ sides. 

-North side. 

d runs west to Fort- 



il engineer. 

ittornej'. 
•rchant. 

ur, 11. A. 

ots. 

-South side. 

I runs west to Port- 



l>ey. 
on. 

clerk O.T.R. 
engine driver. 
, shoemaker. 

caiTittge trimmer. 

>ts. 
book-keeper. 



WMt Kukct ■«•«•. 

Commetuet at Esplanade east, mi runs north 
to King east. 

Rear premises. 
8 George Williams, proprietor William's 

Hotel. 
10, 12 Milligaii's Hotel 

Rear premises. 
Front street intersects 

20 J. A. Simmers, seedsman. 
22 John Allen, eating house proprietor. 
24 John Cornell, Cornell's hotel. 
26 James Beswiuk, grocery and liquors. 
28 Alexander Jardine, grocer. 
30 John Taylor k Bros. pa^Mr manufac- 
turers. 
Golbome etrcet intersects 

32 Richard Dunbar, grocer. 

34 Vacant house. 

36 Robert Coats, proprietor l!ity Arms. 

38 John Barron, dealer boots and shoes. 

King street internets 



West Market Plaoe'-.S'ce Market Hlact we»t. 



Wldmer Street. 

Commences at Kiivg, between John and Peter, 
and runs north. 

Not opened up. 



Wllcoz street. 

Comnunces at Queen's Park, and runs toest to 
Major. 
No houses. 



WtUlam Street— East side. 

Commences at Queen west, and runs north to 
(Ja^r Howell. 

George Jones, hotel kee{ier. 
Vacant lots. 

Amlerson's lane intersects 

9 John Henry, collector. 
11 Henry Graham, carpet merchant. 
13 Mrs. Roberts. 

Vacant lot. 
' 17 Col. Anderson, R. A. 
Vacant lot. 
23 Sir Henry Parker. 

Vacant lots. 
^9 Mrs. Ann Beatty. 

Vacant lot. 
41 Hon. W. P. Howland, C.B., minister 

of inland revenue. 
" William H. Howland. 
49 J. Jeifers, carpenter. 
61 £dward Copping, carpenter. 

Vacant lots. 
61 Hon. J. H. Haggarty, D.C.L., Judge 

Court Q. B. 
65 £. A. Smith, lumber merchant. 



Ill 



Vacant lot 

Anderson sirtet intersects. 

Vacant lot. 
Vacant house. 

Vacant lot 



WmiMB BtTMt-Weit Mda. 

Commewes at Quten West and runs north to 

Ca*r Howell. 

2 Charles Clinkenbroomer, watchmaker. 

Anderson's Lane intersects 

12 Mrs. Michael Kenny, rag merchant 

Vacant lots. 
16 Edward Sullivan, dairyman. 

Vacant lots. 
22 Frederick Hall, clerk. 
24 Major James Holihes. barnu^k waster. 
26 Matthew Drew, builaer. 

Vacant lot 
30 Mrs. Catherine Baines. 
30 Christopher Baines, clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
38 Rev. Alexander Topp, Knox's Church. 

Vacant lots. 
48 William Thompson, hardware. 
50 John Bums, hardware clerk. 

Vacant lots. 
62 Mrs. Agnes Thompson. 
64 A. K. Boomer, commission merchant. 
66 Thomas Hector, crown lands' dept. 

Vacant lots. 
72 John Brewer, cabman. 

Vacant lots. 
76 Mrs. Fanny Boomer, widow George. 
78 Alfred Hoskin, barrister. 
80 Richard Barrett, carpenter. 

Vacant lots 

Anderson street intersects 

William Street Brewery. 
Aldwell & Co., brewers, William street 
brewery. 
122 J. A. Aldwell, brewer. 
126 Dr. James Forneri. 

Vacant lot. 

Caer Howell street intersects. 



WUUam street West. 

(See Renfrew.) 



Wilton Cresoont 

Comnicnces at George and runs east to Slur- 
bourne. 

Private grounds. 

Pembroke street intersects 

Charles Moore, wholesale grocer. 

WUtoa street-North side. 
Commences at Hope a7id runs west to Strachan. 
1 Fred Tutty, laborer. 



198 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO. 8 



S P »triok Mackle, pensioner. 

5 Benjamin Taylor, tuaniatcr. 

Vaimnt lota. 

Biihoit street inter aecU 

Vacant lots. 
19 Henry Neal, employe G. T. K. 
21 William Durstnn, lalwrer. 
Vacant shop. 

Lnve interacts 

25 Charles Goodman, lalwrcr. 

Vacant lots. 
Stracluin street interaecta 

WUton street- South side. 

Commences at Hope and runs west to Strachan. 

6 Robert Hoza(;k, teamster. 
8 Kobcrt Graham, porter. 

Vacant lots. 

Bishop street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
18 George Bintum, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
24 .Tohn McNeill, maltster. 

26 Janu's Halnin, lalxirer. 

28 Charles Asliton, book-kceiwr. 
30 Richard Kin&ala, cabman. 
Vacant lot. 

Strachan street intersects 



Winchester street- North side. 

Commences at McMahon and runs to eastern 
limits. 

Vacant lots. 

Parliament i treet intersects 

Vacar.t lots. 
62 Mrs. Margaret Dodgson. 

Medcalf street intersects. 

72 Edward Cooper, dry goo«ls merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
86 Arthur Lepper, rerired. 

Pine street intersects 

John Eastwood, dry goods merchant. 
Vacant lots. 
112 Rev. S. J. Hoddy, St. Peter's, Epis- 
copal. 
114 Vacant house. 

Vacant lots. 
118 Paniel Lamb, (P. R. Umb & Co.) 
manufacturer. 

Vacant lots. 

Sumach street intersects 

Toronto Necropolis. 

Charles Hayden, supt, h. on ground. 

Wiaohester street—South aide. 
Commetuxs at McMahon street and runs to 
eastern Urn if t. 
William Lawrence, clerk. 



Vacant lota. 
John Symons, secretary Canada landed 

credit com]wny. 
Joseph Horroi'ks, accountant Canada 

land credit company. 
J. E. Ellis, jeweller. 
Vacant lots. 

Parliament street intersects 

Lake View House, John McCaffrey, 
proi). 
61 Mrs. Margarrt Oliver, widow James. 

Medcalf street intersects 

71 Charles Pai-sons, leather dealer. 
Vacant lots. 

Pine street intersects 

Vacant lot.s. 
115 J. W. Fletcher, borrister and attorney. 

Vacant lot. 
117 Wm. Spnce, gardener. 
Vacant lot.s. 
Hugh Kelly, butcher. 

Sumach street intersects 

Toronto Necropolis grounds. 

Windsor street— East side. 

Comnunces at Frcmt and runs wnih to JVel- 
lingtwi vest, 

1 George Munro. 
Rear premises. 

Lane hUcrsects 

Robei-t Henry Smith, asst. commissary 
general to H. M. forces. 
13 John Maughan, senr., accountant. 
" John Maughan, jr., asst. secretaiy, 

Western Assurance Comi>any. 
15 Stephen Radcliffe, asst. city clerk. 
17 Capt. Caleb Giles, master mariner. 
19 Mrs. Robert Crooks. 



.Lane intersects., 



Rear premises. 
25 Thomas C. Weir, commissary gcneraL 
fFcllington street in tersecta 



Windsor street— West side. 

Commences at Front ami runs north to Wei- 
linglon west. 

2 Angus Morrison, M.P., barrister. 
Rear premises. 

Lane intersects, 

10 T. B. Hari>er, war department. 

14 Wm. Ford, M.I)., aect. crown lands 

department. 
16 Thomas Hamilton, sec. N. R. C. 
" George R. Hamilton, paym'r, N.R.C. 
20 Edmund Bradbume, broker and inaur- 
ance agent. 

Lane interucts. ^ 

Rear premises. 
26 Mrs. Janet Merritt. . . 



TORONTO CITY DIRECIORV. 



169 



try Canada landed 

!countant Canada 
ny. 

8. 

intersects 

Joliii McCaffrey, 

widow James. 

tersccts 

her dualur. 

8. 

rseds 

I, 

»ter und attorney, 

sr. 

i. 

itt'TSectH 

rounds. 

ait aide. 

H,v nin-th to JFel- 
It. 



ds 

888t. commissary 
forces. 
, accountant. 

Hsst. secretary, 
:c Comi»any. 
9t. city clerk, 
istcr mariner. 



:te., 



niissarygcneraL 
nterseds 



eit Hda. 

HM north to Wei- 

*., barrister, 

•is. 

partment. 

uet, crown lands 

3, N. R. C, 
paym'r, N.R,C. 
jroker and inaur- 



U.. 



, Wellington street intersects. 



Wood itrMt-North aldo. 

Commences at Yonge and runs east to Mutual 

street North. 

Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 



Lane intersMts. 



4 Thomns Hanscomc, clork. 

6 Her. William Millard. 

8 Edward Moorehouse, salesman, 
10 Richard Thomas, book-koeper, 
12 Daniel Spry, clerk V. O, 

Vacant lots. 
18 Henry O. Kutledgo, salesman. 
20 Janiea Mylcs, coal and wood merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
28 William Rowland, insurance agent. 
80 Wm. Ikckos, news-dealer and stationer. 

Vacant lots. 
34 .Tohu T. Nudel, clerk jwlice court. 
36 Kichard Hrown, stationer. 
38 William Brown, salesman. 
40 Robert Paton, locker Customs. 
42 D. I). Caulkins, shoe store. 
44 C. D. Carmichael, cajtt. str. Champion. 
46 Mrs. Mary Ann Brown, widow. 
48 W. A Sampson, accountant. 
50 John Laidlaw, commercial traveller. 
52 1^1 rs, Ann Lash, widow. 
54 M. H. Jackson, clerk 'of the Crown 
and Pleas. 



.Lane intersects. 



Vacant lots. 

Church street intersects. . . 

Vacant lots. 
62 John Lewis, bookkeeeper. 
64 James Mitchell, salesman. 

Latic intersects 

68 Mrs. George Harvey. 

Vacant lots. 
70 Mrs. Mary Gallagher, widow. 
72 Major John Oldright,. 
74 Mrs. Jesse Campltell, widow. 
Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 



Lane interstda 



Wood itroot— Sotttli aide. 

Commences at Vonge and runs ea.it to Mutual 

street North. 

Rear premises, 
1 Neil McEachren, tailor, 
3 James Young, book-keeper. 
5 Seymour Porter, book-keeper. 

.,. Lane intersects 

9 Thomas Griffith, wlioleaale grocer. 



11 F. Stayner, crown timber office. 

13 .Tames Hough, Hour inspector. 

15 James D. Smith, dry goods. 

17 William Stanley, printer. 

19 Rev. James Porter, superintendent of 

schools. 
21 W. I). Otter, clerk Canada Co. 
Vacant honse. 

Vacant lot. 
33 Edward Piner, Noah \.. Piper & Son. 

Vacant lots. 
43 Douglas Luidlaw, commission mer- 
chant. 
45 Alfred Ucrry, painter. 

Vacant lots. 

Church street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John R. Porte, watchmaker. 
69 S. Atkinson, lumber merchant. 

Vacant lots. 
75 William R. Johnson, clothier. 
77 ^lichael Shannon. 

Lane intersects 



Tonga street- East side. 

Commences at t/ie Bay and runs north to 

liloor. 

Yonge street wharf. 
Milloy & Co. , shipping agents, 
Duffin k Ferguson, sail-makers, 
John Little, fruit depot. 
Henry Aykroy, boat-builder. 
Great Western Railway passenger and 
freight station. 

Lane intersects 



George Jlichio & Co., importers and 
wholesale grocers. 



.Front street intersects. 



American Hotel, A, B, Walker, prop,, 
cor. Yonge and Front streets. 

37 Niag.tra House, John Shonnessy, prop. 

39 David Arnott, wholesale dry goods 
merchant. 

41 Kerry, Crathern k Co., wholesale drug- 
gists. 

43 Robert H. Gray, hoop-skirt manufac- 
turer. 
Royal Insurance Co., of England, 
Francis H. Hewurd, Toronto mana- 
ger. 



Wellington street intersects. 



Bank of British North America, S, 

Taylor, manager. 
51 Livingston, Johnston k Co., wholesale 

clothing merchants, 
63 A. Dredge k Co,, wholesale stationer* 

and bookbinders. 



; 



l^r 



C. E. ANDSRfKm A 004«' 



n 

s 

& 

'I 








63, 

65 
66i 



67 
69 



British American Mid Bryftut, Strattun 

k Odull (JommerciKl t'oUego, Odell 

k Trout, iiropa. 
A. \V. liusaell, wholuaolo watcha* and 

jewalleiy. 
V;. tue k V'orstoii, publLnheri und iiii- 

j)ort«)r8. 
Morpliy, Sullivan k Funton, barritters, 

goliritorit in chancery, kv. 
U. k H. B. Moruliy, liarristera 
North- Western Exprcas, J. J. Vickem, 

prop. 
American Kxpn-MS Co., M..H. Irish, 

agent. 
Caniulian Kxpress Co., M.,II. Irinh, 

agent. 
KuroiR'an Express Co., M. _H. Irish, 

agent. 
Merchant's Dispatch Fast Freight Line, 

M. H. Irish, agent 

Cana<Iian Bank of Coninierce, It. J. 
Dallas, cashier. 

Colbornc itect intersects 

66 Buntin, Brother k Co., wholesale 
stationers and paper manufacturers. 

Andrew Henderson, auctioneer. 

Toronto Bottling Co., James Leask, 
proD. 

James Peacock, city express. 

Philip Browne k Co., bankers and ex- 
change brokers. 

John Kay, dry goods. 



Kitig street McrueLi 

73 Kidout, Brothera k Co., hardware 
merchants. 

75 Robert Bradford, flour and commission 
merchant. 

77 Vacant house. 

79 Ridout, Brothers k Co., iron yard. 

81 H. Piper & Co., wholesale house fur- 
nishing goods. 

83, Hiram Viym; house furnishing hard- 
ware. 

85 Chaa. Birch, prop. Sportsman Saloon. 

87 Spanow & Whatmough, house furnish- 
ing goods. 

89 Primitive Methodist Book Rooms, Rev. 
W. Rowe, steward. 

894 Theodore Hnlbhaus, furrier. 

9\ E. & C. Gurney, stove and hardware 
merchants and foundry. 

93 John Young, bookseller and stationer. 

95 Mrs. J. M. Waldo, milliner. 

87 Darner k Co., wholesale manufacturers 
of lK>ot8 and shoes. 

99 John Bacon, diy goods merchant. 
101 J. k J. Lugsdin, hatters and furriers. 
103 Philip Jacolii, leather and findings. 
105 William Guinane, boots and shoes. 
107 James Eves, soda water manufacturer. 
109 Andrews k Son, auctioneers and com- 
mission merchants. 



Aehlaidt ttrtet inhrneU 

W. Hewitt, haniwara furnishing store. 

J. Hegsworth, watchmaker and jeweller. 

(;. R. Brooka k Co., boots and shoes. 

Thos. Walls, importer and comoiissiou 
agent. 

J. H. Rollins, womens' Iioots k shoes. 

H. Hchoenlsnk, dry goods. 

John Smith, Ontario I)oot and shoe 
store. 

Mrs. Isabella Halse, luuies' and chil> 
dren's clothing;. 

T. Robinson, dry goods snd clutlfing. 

N. C. Love, aiKithecary and druggist. 

A. Soyer, confectionery. 

John McEntee, hoots and shoes. 

Shaw k Campbell, wholesale grocers. 
137, 139 Bay Horse Hotel, Thos. Bi'st, prop. 
HI E. M. Morphy, imjwrter of watches, 
clocks and Jewellery. 

R. S. Williams, manufacturer of musi- 
cal instnmients. 

Rahelley k Duhig, boots and shoes. 

Thomas Robinson, barber. 

R. Skinner, grocer. 

J. M. Wingneld, upholsterer and cabi- 
net maker. 

Mrs. Edward Webster, dressmaker. 

Varcoe's Hotel, R. Viircw, proprietor. 

H. J. Rose, phannacist, &(;. 



Ill 
113 
116 
117 

119 
121 
123 

125 

127 
129 
131 
133 
135 



143 

146 
147 
149 
161 



163 
166 



Riclimoiid street iitteraeets 



157 Uri J. Triicic k Co., groceries and 

m-ovisions. 
169 N. V'ernon, jeweller. 
161 J. R. Armstrong k Co., founders. 
163 Globe Hotel, James Hardy, prop. 

166 James Cox, confectioner. 

167 Hornibrook k LePan, general grocers. 
169 N. L. Piper k Son, house furnishing 

goods. 
171 John Brimer, merchant tailor. 
1714 Elysium Saloon, John Clark, prop. 

Queen street intersects 

173 John Rowland, dry goods. 
176, 177 George GouMing, milinery. 
179 John Egan, boots and shoes. 
181 William Meakin, merchant. 

188 Jolui Lamb, Ixiots and shoes. 

185 Joseph Hodgson, stoves, tinware, kc. 
187 Henry A. Schomberg, cabinet-maker. 
187 G. F. Moore & Co., pickle and fish 
sauce warehouse. 

189 H. J. Matthews, picture frames and 

looking-glass manufacturer. 

191 Neil Mcf^cln-en, merchant and mili- 
tary tailor. 

193 C. M. Williams, undertaker. 

195 Hubbard k Harney, fruit and game 
dealers. 

197 Thomas Francis, house furnis'g goods. 

199 W. B. Capon, decaleomanic materiaL 

201 ' Kent & Bro., watchmakers k jewellers. 

203 Oeoige Maver, confectioner. 



TOROwro cnv dirbctory. 



171 



lUitrMtU 

B furnishing itore. 
inker RmlJAweller. 
boot* and show. 
if and oonimissiou 

IS* 1)0()ts k alioea. 

tXKls. 

o Itoot and sho« 

lu'iies' iind chil- 

wis and dotlrfng. 
»ry and druggist 
^ry. 

and shoes, 
lolefcah^ grocers. 
Thos. H«'8t, prop, 
wrter of watches, 
jry. 
ufactijrur of muai- 

nnts nnd slioos. 
irl)er. 

lolsten-r and cabi- 

r, dressmaker, 
'lucoo, proprietor, 
ist, &<;. 

ulersteU 

, groceries mid 



o., founders. 
Hardy, prop, 
ner. 

1, general grocers, 
lioiiso furnishing 

nt tailor. 

1 Clark, prop. 

ersccts 

oods. 
niiliiiery. 
I shoes, 
chant, 
il shoes. 

ives, tinware, kc. 

;, cahinet-niaker. 

pickle and fish 

!ture frames and 
iifacturer. 
rchunt and niili- 

>rtaker. 
fruit and game 

Mi furnis'g goods, 
manic material, 
ikera k jewellers, 
ioner. 



206 Wm. 1). Mtllntoah. 

107 (Hbson k Hon, hRmeM«niakent. 

200 Win. 1). Mclntoab, Hoar and fociL 

Hotel stabler 
216, 217 Oreen Huah Hotel, Thos. UlmUtona, 

proi»rietor. 
210 Mrs. Hylaud Ac Daughter, niilliiiefy. 
221 .l<din C. (iriititli k Co., grocers. 



.Shuffr dren intemects.. 



223 (.'urgeiiveu & Co., grocers. 

225 Wiliism Murray, confectioner. 

227 John Huband, iiianufaetiirer of atraw 

glKNis. 

Henry Smith, iwinter. 
I'arry liros., but-lu'i-s. 
Felix Pierce, prorisions. 
W. J. Bird, Imtcher. 
James West, butcher. 
William Iredale, lost-maker. 
H. Matthews, bookseller. 
J. Howiirth, chemist and druggist 
John Sinclair, glass and eurtlieiiwure. 
N. Young, grocer. 
J. H. Jolley, confectioner. 
Joseph Keatty, iMjots and shoea. 
George Ellis, upholsterer. 
C!. Shepimrd, dry goods. 
Nolii 



229 
331 
233 
236 
237 
230 
241 
243 
246 
247 
249 
261 
268 
256 
267, 259 M 



lull, butcher. 



261 J. Mumford, butcher. 

263, 265 L. Kipii, gro(<er. 

267 Mrs. Elizalx^th Cidlurd, provisions. 

269 Davi»l CJourley, gi-ocer. 

271 John Uurdie, laltorer. 

273 John Mercer, hotel-keejicr. 

276 N. L. Steiner, murblu-works. 

Vniickshank atrirt hUeraects 

277 D. J. George, dry goods. 

279 George H<Mlgetts, chemist and druggist. 

281 Davi.l Ward, broker. 

2814 Kdward Tucker, confectioner. 

283 John Farrant, stationer. 

285 W. Uobertson, tinware and stove store. 

287 Alexander Patterson, grocer. 

289 William IJenyer, butcher. 

2894 'b)hn Oulcott, ciot^kery and gloss. 

291 W. W. Moses, basket-maker. 

293 Charles Shipway, grocer. 

295 W. M. Harry, merchant. 

297 J. Passmore, crockery and glass store. 

2974 Mrs. Mary Prendergost, trimming store. 

299 Joseph Collard, butcher. 

301 Robert Johns, stationer. 

303 W. H. Briggs, grocer. 

306 C. P. Currie, hotel -keeix-r. 

307 David Moore, furniture dealer. 

309 Police Station, No. 2, sergeant-major 

McPherson, T. P. F. 

311 Peoples k Co., wine merchants. 

318 John Bradley, house furnishing gooda^ 

315 James Bruce, dry goods. 

317 J. L. Ebbels, accountant. 

819 William Edwards, clerks 



821 John Binate<l, himiture dealer. 

8ii,3 H. kK Binl, butchera. 

325 ThoniHs Hridwater, clothing store. 

827 J. Smith, agent. 

320 W. M. Uichards, grmier. 

Gould atrrH inUrifdt 

331 Dr. O. S. Winataidey. 

889 Mrs. M. Callaway, milliner and dress 
maker. 

341 Vacant htmae. 

345 Vacant. 

847 Mark Thrush, tailor. 

3474 ^- Mullen, boots and nIkm's. 

349 John Murphy, flour and feed. 

361 William Murphy, coopenige and wood- 
en wore. 

363 James Mcllugh, butcher. 

358 r Kichard Hardy, boarding. house, 

856 lUchard Lane, broker. 

857 John Donnelley, fancy goods. ' 
369 James Slatter, baker. 

361 George Coxoii, soda water manufacturer. 

363 J. L. Taylor, confectioner. 

865 D. Kinsman, watchmaker. 

867 Simon Cuthbert, shoemaker. 

869 P. ConsUntinidcs, M.D. 

871 William Bell, builder. 

373 Mrs. J. Wright, dr>- goods. 

" Andrew Wright, <'ar|)enter and joiner. 

375 Joseph BickerstaH', grocer. 

377 Joseph Bonnick, butcher. 

379 Itobert King, dry goods. 

381 Michael Monteverd, wire worker. 

383 Charks Butler, carjM^nter. 

3834 Charles Cradock, variety store. 

386 George Sawdon, tinsmith. 

Gerrard atrui interaecta • 

387, 389 John Wright, gas fitter. 
391 John Turner, photographer. 

Private grounds. 
McGill afreet ivteraeeta 

Henry Richards, grocer. 
409 Hon. Wm. B. Richards, Chief Justice 
C. P. 

Ann street intersects 

Private grounds. 

A. H. Vennor, wholesale leather mer- 
chant. 
C. Walker, clothing merchant. 
Miss Christina Wilson. 



416 

417 
419 

Carltmi street in tcraccta. 

421 to 429 Joseph Gearing, builder. 
431 A. J. Thompson, butcher. 

Va(!ant lot. 
435 John Hodkinson, grocer. 
" r Joseph Giltson, plasterer. 
437 Mrs. J. L. Spence, fancy store. 
Vacant lots. 
Samuel Ooldring, saOor. 
W. H. Weston, wire manufacturer. 
Mrs. P. Skaith, groceries. 



172 



C. £. ANDEBSON & CO. 8 



JFood street intersecta. . 

443 L. N. Watkins, grocer. 

Vacant lot. 
447, 449 John Turner, machinist. 
451 Mrs. Cnroline McEacIiren. 
463 Henry Pirn, blacksmith. 
" r ti 457, F. Kcnipton, coach-huilder. 
Vacant lots. 

A lexander street intersects 

George Pears, Ontario Coffee and Spice 
Mills. 

Vacant lots. 
Vacant house. 
479 Charles Bender, piano manufacturer. 
431 William Briggs, grocer. 

Maitland street intersects 

483 Robert Robinson, wholesale boot and 

shoe man.ifiicturer. 
485 Robert D. Stupurt, Sec. Canadian Lake 
Underwriters' Association. 
Private grounds. 
493 Thomas Thompson, dry goods merch't 

Vacant lot. 
497 William McCiiUoch, cabinet maker. 
499 Mrs. M. Grievesou, boarding house. 

Vacant lots. 
607 Edward Currie, stationer. 

Wellesley street intersects 

Donald Mackav, wholesale dry goods 
merchant. 
643 James Scott, locker. Custom House. 

Private grouiiils. 
647 James ilathieson, wholesale grocer. 

Gloucester street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
667 L. Bandon, laborer. 
669 Mrs. Kllen Fitzgerald. 
Vacant lots. 

Isabella street intersects 

No. 3 Pound, North Division. 

Henry Waudby, marble cutter. 
Private grouiids. 
6i>l J. L. Parker, tavern keeper. 
Private grounds. 

Cfuirlea street intersects 

697 Isaac Bonter, baker. 
699 Mrs. Joseph Higginbotham, dress- 
maker. 
601 G. W. Williams, upholsterer. 
603 Alexander Weir, boots and slioes. 
605 Thomas Black, laborer, 
607 J. S. Collins, iihotographer. 

Private grounds. 
615 John Lyons. 

Vacant lot. 
621 k 623 J. R. Aiki*.*, provisions. 
rune intersects 

625 Mrs. K. Thurnian, pie and crumpet 

store. 
627 George Colet, baker. 



629 George Grainger, butcher. 

631 William Dunlop. 

633 Charles Peacock, tavemkeeper. 

Vacant lot. 
637 T. W. Cornish, boot and shoe maker. 
639 Thomas Reed, grocer. 

Bloor street intersects 

Tonga strest— Wait alda. 

Commences at the Bay ami runs north to 
Blotrr. 

Custom House wharf, W. Higiubo- 
thain k Co., proprietora. 

Esplanade street intersectt 

Vacant coal yard and office. 
14 W. Higinbotham k Co., wharfingers. 
16 Customs examining warehouse. 
Custom House. 

Fro7U street intersects. 

Yonge street i-art stand. 

30 Bank of Montreal, G. W. Yarkcr, act- 
ing manager. 

32 A. R. McMaster k Bm., wholesale im- 
porters of dry goods. 

84 Bryce, McMurrich & Co., wholesale 
importers of dry goods. 

36 Mottatt, ISIuiTay & Be-.ittie, wholesale) 
iniytortera of dry goods. 

38 Jennings k Brandon, wholwjale dry 
goods. 

40 George Barker k Co., wholesale milli- 
nery and straw good.s. 

42, 44 John Charlesworth k Co. 

46 J. G. Joseph k Co., wholesale importers 

of jewelry, etc. 
fycllington, str/'et intersects 

48, 60 Robert Wilkes, wholesale watches, 
jewehy and fancy goods. 

52 J. F. Lyon & Co., wholesale druggists. 

64 Robinson k Pearson, wholesale boot 
and shoe manufacturers. 

56 Charles Daley k Co., \vhole8ale leather 
merchants. 

68 Joseph N. Hall k Co., wholesale hard- 
ware. 

60 N. & F. Rooney, wholesale dry goods. 

€2 Hughes Bros., wholesale dry goods and 
clothing. 

Mclinda street iiUersexts 

64 J. Gillespie k Co., wholesale hatters 

and furriers. 
68 Thos. May k Co., wholesale straw and 

fancy goods. 
70 John Robertson, Son k Co., wholesale 

dry goods. 
72 Hurd, Leigh k Co., importers of 

French and English china. 
74 Wellin^on Gold Mining Co. of Madoc, 

limited. 
" H. S. Ledyard, secretary Wellington 

Gold Mining Co. 



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173 



itchor. 

vernkeoper. 

ot. 

t and shoe maker. 

sr. 

nUrsects 



74 
<< 



T'att lids. 

iiul ruiia north to 

irf, W. Higiubo- 
jjrictora. 

intersect,^, 

office. 

Co., wharfingers. 

wari'ljouse. 



tcrsecta. 

[»nd. 

H. W. Yarkcr, act- 

llro., wholesale im- 
)ods. 

& Co., wliolesale 
goods. 

Ue;ittie, wholesale 
goods. 
r,a, wholesale dry 

o., wliolesale inilli- 
;oods, 
th & Co. 
A'holesnlfl importers 

t intersects 

wholesale watches, 

y goods. 

'holesale druggists. 

)n, wholesale boot 

cturers. 

, \vholesaIe leather 

0., wholesale hard- 

holesale dry goods. ■ 
Bsale dry goods and 

'nirrsMta 

wholesale batten 

holesale straw and 

n k Co., wholesale 

.'o., importers of 

lish china. 

ling Co. of Madoc, 

retary Wellington 



78 
80 
82 
84 
86 
88 
90 

92 
94 

96 



98 
100 
102 

104 
108 
110 
112 
114 
116 



T. D. liCdyard, barrister, &c. 
F. T. Jones, barrister, tc. 
Blain, Ferguson, & Parkinson, bar- 
risters, solicitors, jrc. 
M. H. Vankoughnet, bairistcr, &c. 
J. Turner, photograph gallery. 
A. H. Meyers, jr., barrister, &c'., rooms. 
Kichards & Smith, banisters, &c. 
W. H. Dow, retail dry goods, rooms. 

King street interscets 

J. T. Shapter, chemist and druggist. 
"W. & D. Diueeu, hatters mid furriers. 
Watson Tailor, tailor and clothier. 
M. Meuf^her, boot and shoe store. 
Frederick Clarke, boots, shoes & ti-unks. 
T. Tulnier, Woodbine Saloon. 
S. M. Sanderson &, Co., boot and shoe 

store. 
Thos. McCrosson, hatter and furrier. 
William Taylor, oyster, fruit, and game 

depot. 
.John Blackburn, printer. 
C. Kobinson, jeweller and paper-box 

manufacturer. 
S. Huckett, book agent. 
Viuant house. 

W. W. Sutherland, tailor and clothier, 
•lames Carless, depository U. C Bible 

and Tract Society. 
John Coombe, dmggist. 
George Sparrow, boots and shoes. 
Robert Young, boots and shoes. 
K. C. Both well, fancy gomls. 
Ryan & Oliver, retail hardware. 
J. W. Gale, dry goods, and shirt factor}'. 
Adelaide street intersects 



118 



120 



Robt. J. Wylie, dry goods and millinery. 
Mi*s. Mary Carradie. widow, house'kpr. 
Home District Mutual Fire Ip^ Co., 

J. Rains, Secretary. 
Commercial Building and Investment 

Sociaty, J. Rains, Secretary. 
J. Rains, Sec. Home District Mutual 

Fire Insurance Co., and Commercial 

Building and Investment Society. 
Joseph Sheard, Architect. 
William Irving, architect. 
Thomas Murphy, boots and shoes. 
John Taylor, tobacconist and cigar 

factory. 
126, 128 John Ovens, berlin wool and fancy 

?;oods. 
. '. Kleiser, wholesale watches and 
watchmakers' tools. 

"N. P. Marston, importer and manu- 
facturer of Rifles, Pistols, &c. 

Mis. Jane Woodcock, millinery. &c. 

Andrew Wooilcock, dry goods salesman. 

J. Edwards, stationery, paper-hangings. 

Dodgson, Shields & Co., wholesale and 
retail grocers, biscuits and confec- 
tionery. 

. . . Temperance Hr*u. interteeU. 



122 
124 



130 
132 

It 

136 
138 



142 
144 



146 

148 
150 
152 
154 
156 

158 



160 
162 
164 

166 
168 

170 



William Steward, saddle, harness and 

trunk maker. 
"W. k J. Damer, wholesale and retail 

boots and shoes. 
P. Higgins, manager W. & J. Damers' 

store. 
J. Belton, leather and findings. 
J.W. Fennerfc Co. , photograph gallery. 
Alexander i?attray, V)aker. 
W. E. CorntU, jeweller. 
R. R( vnokls boot and shoemaker. 
G. W. Cary, hair-dressiii}> saloon. 

D. S. t U. Adams, shiit and collar 
manufacturers. 
M. & E. Pearson, retail dry goods. 

Richmmid street inteiscds 

Benjamin Hinchclitr% hotel keeper. 
Charles Beatty, boots and shoes. 
Arthur Crawford, fancy goods and 

crockery. 
Alexander McKce, fruit and provisions. 
George Roberts, cabinet-maker and 

upholsterer. 

E. Grantham, oils, lamps & glassware. 
1704 William M. Pearse. marble works. 
172 Alfred Robinson, hairdressing saloon. 
1724 John Wauless, watchmaker & jeweller. 
174 George H. Stewart, grocer. 

176 Bland k Leask, dry goods & clothiers. 
178 James Jennings, dry goods and mil- 
linery. 

Queen street intersects 

Agricultural Hall. 

James Fleming k Co., seedsmen and 

florists. 
John Holmes, boot and shoe store. 
Stores being built. 

William Bilton, oystei and fruit depot. 
Robert i^errifield, boot and shoemaker. 
John Stf>l:.nr, retail ilry goods. 
194, 196 Page & l-.Mnell, dry goods. 
198 J. B. Thornto.<, stationery and fancy 
goods. 
J. D. R'^biiison, retail dry goods. 
il. k E. Reid, mlUiners and dress 

makers. 
John Reading, hoop siirts and fancy 
goods. 

206, 208 G. W. Dunn, hoop skirt manufac- 
tory and millinery and fancy goods. 
Malcolm Gibbs, staple and fancy dry 

goods. 
David Galloway, retail dry goods and 

hoop skirts. 
G. Noble k Co., dry goods. 
Vacant lots. 

Albert street iiUersects.... 

220 F. A. Ratt^uy. groceries and liquors. 
222 James Wilkinson, oyster and fruit 

depot. 
224 James Murray, tinsmith. 
226 Charles O'Connor, cabinet-maker, ke. 



180 

182 

188 
190 
192 



200 

2't2 

204 



210 
212 
214 



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S28 laasc Davis, designer and Btamper. 

230 K. A. Wood, cWiniat and druggist. 

2Sa S. W. Passmore, naturalist, &c. 

234 F. Bethell, watcliniaker and jeweller. 

236 John Heuilson, merchant tailor. 

238 J. Copley, hair cutter and wig-maker. 

240 J. H. Cornish, boot and shoemaker. 

842 Lawson, Meredith & Co., general gro- 
ceries and provisions. 

Laiiisa street intersects 



244 Robert JatTray, wholesale and retail 

grocery. 
246 Thomas Downing, boots and shoes. 
248, 250 Alfred I'iddington, bookseller, sta- 
tionery, &c. 
252 Alexander McUobie, cabinet-maker. 
*' William Waterson, furniture broker. 
" John Oliver, hardware. 
" Wm. Pratchett, druggists sundries, &c. 
254 E. Cornor, scale uianufauturer and 

tobacconist. 
266 Mrs. Sarah Schneider, widow John H., 

millinery, &c. 
268 Robertson Jiros., grocers and confec- 
feutionei's. 

Trinity square intersects 

260 Joseph Pullen, brush -maker "and fancy 

goods. 
262 Grainger k Son, gunmakers. 
264 Smith & Wills, wholesale and] retail 

confectioners. " ' 

266 John Uailie, hardware. 
268 Charles (.'oleman, proprietor Koyiil Oak 

Saloon. 
270 James Authors, coal oil and lauiixs. 
272 James Miller, bookseller & fancy goods. 
274 S. Hollingshead, M.D., eclectic physi- 
cian. 
276 Charles Lewis Barton, conductoi G. T. K. 
•' E. J. Banick, Jl.D., physician and 

surgeon. 
278 L. M. McFarlane, M.D., phj'sician and 

surgeon. 
280 J. Miller, grocery ond provisions. 
282 11. S. Cuthbertson, confectionery. 
284 John Dillon, Hour mid feed. 

" John Hollingworth, photograph gall'y. 
286 Mrs. il. A. Ashail, Merlin wool and 

fancy <liy goods. 
2864 John Kent, carpenter and clerk at No. 

37 Exchange. 
288 Hugh Brimstin, cutler and bellhanger. 
290 S. Fawkes, undertaker. 
292 W. Smith, M.D., M.K,C.S., k L.A.C., 

England. 
2924 Elisha Edmunds, hair-dressing saloon. 
294 R. Cornor, bootmaker. 
296 H. Hunter, grocerv. 
898 U.W.Ea^t, umbrella and parasol man 

ufactory. 
SCO John Law, giocer. 

AgTtes street intersects 



302 Thomas Webb, baker and confectioBer. 
396 Jamea Rowell, M.D., physician and 

surgmn. 
" George Rowell, retired brewer. 
308 John Bettoii, loather and findings. 
310 William Harris, fruit & confcotionery. 
312 J. Wolf, second-hand clothes store. 
362 r George Pringle, blacksmith. 
314 Alfred Hammond, baker. 
31 6 Charles Chanl, confectionery and fruits. 
318 Mrs. Catherine He&woo<l, widow of 

Win. saloon keeper. 

Edward street intersects. 

Albert E. Fairfield, grocer. 

S. Saunders, tailor. 

James Mcljean, shoemaker. 
Vacant lots. 

C. Bingham, rr/i(»-d .ftyrtnation. 

John (Jarton, jiork and fish smoker. 

J. S. Oliver, Ontario Seminary. 

William TemiK-st, M.B., )>hys'ician and 
city medical health oitieer. 

W. Reynolds, retired. 

Mrs. M. Howard, millinery. 

J. Vannevar, juii., Iniokseller and news 
depot. 

Makinson's Hotel, George Makinsoii, 
proprietor. 

George Mukinson, j)roprietor Makin- 
son's Hotel. 



3184 

320 

3204 

324 
326 
328 
330 

332 
334 
338 

340 



.Elm street intersects. 



342 M. B. Funghner, grocer. 

344 R. T. McGeagh, Avatchmaker and 

jeweller. 
346 ('buries Robinson, crockery store. 
" Charles Robinson, junr., jeweller and 

paper box manufacturer. 
348, 350, James Fleming, seed store and 

Yonge street nursery. 
352 John Kelz, merchant tailor. 
354 Mrs. Anna M. Uennie, fancy dry good.s. 
354 Robert Kincude, boot and shoemaker. 
354 James Tlioni])son, painter, glazier, &c. 
356 Anthony Bell, provision svore. 
358 E. Burnett, printer and fain/ goods. 
360 J. W. Lawrence, grocer. 

Walton street intersects. 

362 M. k A. Carter, millinei-j' and mantle- 
makers. 

3624 Mrs. Amelia Drew, widow of G. W., 
Registry oltice for servants and 
fancy stoiT. 

364 Thomas Lockington, cabinet maker. 

366 Vacant store and house. 

368 Miss K Aluiin, dressmaker. 
" Morris Aaron's jewellery store. 

370 John G. Ramsay, merchant tailor. 

372 M. Nosniith, buker and confectioneh 

Oerrard street intersects 

374 GeoiTge Willmott, provisions, wines and 
liquora. 



:er and confectioner. 
.D., physician and 

red brewer. 

r and tindings. 

lit ^cenfcotioitery. 

nd clothes store. 

ick.<)inith. 

baker. 

ectionery and fruits. 

leawood, widow of 

sper. 

intersects. 

grocer. 



>eninkcr. 

Dts. 

i .formation. 

und fish smoker. 

io St'miiiary. 

M.B., ])hysician and 

ilth officer. 

•d. 

iiillincry. 

bookseller and news 

George Makinson, 

proprietor Makin- 



itersectn. 



oeer. 
watchmaker and 

TDc'kcry store. 

jmir., jeweller and 

faeturer. 

g, seed store and 

rsery. 

lit tailor. 

ie, fancy drygood.^. 

)ot and shoemaker. 

mintei, glazier, &c. 

ision siui'e. 

and fancj' goods. 

oi.er. 

mlemccts. 

Ilinei-y and mantle- 

widow of O. W., 
for servants and 

I, cabinet maker. 

)use. 

sniuker. 

Uery store. 

erchant tailor. 

and confectioned 

' infei-aect.i 

orisions, wines and 



TaRONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



175 



376 Mrs. M. A. McC'arthy, artist. 

•• Miss M. A, Battersby. 
878 William Mathews, piano-forto dealer, 

tuner and repairer. 
380 John Manley, tailor. 
•• Mrs. John Manley, honiton lace manu- 
facturer. 
382 Vacant house and store. 
384 William Wvlie, carpenter. 
" Mrs. W. Wylie, milliner and dress- 
maker. 
386 Dr. 1). Thom])son, chemist. 
388 Samuel S. (!ann, millinery and dress- 
making. 
390 Josepli Threlkeld, whip and trunk 

maker. 
392 Robert Stanley, boot and shoemaker. 

Vacant lot. 
396 Brethren's (Jospcd Tract DejMisitory, 

Miss Fanny Grant, manager. 
398 Robert Fowler, contractor and builder. 
" Mrs. Robert Fowler, milliner and 
dressnmker. 

Itaijter street intersects 

400 Fi. Hussey, prop. University Inn. 

Vacant lots. 
406 Beaver Soda Water Works. 
" Jno. Shannon, prop. Beaver Soda Water 
Works. 

Buchanan street in/M'seeti 

Vacant lots. 
Wykeham Place. 
....Entrance to Wykeham Lodge intersects.... 

J. ('. Fitch, wholesale grocer, Wyke- 
ham Lodge. 

.. .. Yongc street College Avenue intersects 

432 J. B. C'aulkihs (Caulkins & Sanderson). 
" 1*. K. Siindej-son (Caulkins & Sander- 
son). 
434 Cuulkius k Sanderson, broom and brush 
miuiufactory. 

Vacant lots. 

Orenville street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
464 William Forbes, dairyman. 
460 W. U. Taylor, commission merchant. 

Private jn-emises. 
456i William Elliott, painter and glazier. 
Vacant lots. 

Grosvenor street intersects 

458 Thomas F. Roomc, organ-builder. 
460, 402 Victoria Hotel, George H. Gray, 

prop. 
464 Joseph Gibson, marble works. 
466 (). T. Bevan, machinist and cooper. 
468 M. t'oUett & Son, bacon curers. 
470 W. H. Taylor's warehouse. 
476 T. B. Griffiith, cur.uussiou merchant 

Brvidalbmte itrtet interteeta 

Yauant lots. 



530 
530 r 
534 
538 
542 

...St. 



504 Martin Malone, British mail agent to 
New York. 

Vacant lots. 

St. Alban's street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Andrew Ross, painter and glazier. 
Frank Smith, clerk. 
John Hare, plain and fancy weaver. 
Anthony Basso, brush-maker. 
Charles Durand, l)arrister, kc. 
Robert D. Ewing, photographer. 

Joseph street ( Clover Hill) intersects ... 
Vacant lots. 
552 Alfred W. Goldsmith, wood-turner. 
554 Mrs. Jane Doughty, widow Richard, 

grocery store. 
550 Andrew Ross, paint)>r anu glazier. 
" Miss K. M. Ross, milliner and dresfl' 
maker. 
558 John B. Knight, .ship carpenter. 
560 Richard Lewis, secretary and librarian 

of Mechanics' Institute. 
562 Andrew Moses, stontscutter and grocer. 

Clover Hill La nc intersects. 

Toronto Skating Club rink. 
Robert Sherlock, laborer and care-takea 
Toronto Skating Club rink. 
Vacant lots. 

St. Clement street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
John Wussill, nmiket gardener. 
John T. Russiil, store-keeper, St. Law- 
rence Arcade. 
616 Benjamin Sharpley, baby's carriage 

manufactory. 
618, 620 Peter A. Scott, builder and lumber 

merchant. 
622 John W. Bevan, cooper and native 

gi'ape wine manufacturer. 
626 Wil'iaiii Christie, wholesale and retail 

biscuit manufa<;tory. 
630 Benjanun Garner, baker at Cole's ba- 
kery. 
632 Wallice Carson, proprietor Rising Sun 

hotel. 
634 Henrj' Chidley, giain merchant. 
634 r Thomas F. Roome, organ builder, h. 
636 Joseph Martin, merchant tailor. 

" Frank Hirt, cigar-mak.-r. 
642 Amos Bostwick, (Henderson & Boat- 
wick). 
644 Charles Robertson, secretary oad treas- 
urer Freehold Permanent Building 
and Savings Society. 
648 Matthew Shej^Mird, proprietor York 

Hotel 
Bloor street intersects 



York Street— East tide. 

Commencet at the Esplanade and runs north 

to Queen west. 

Andrew O'Brien, prop. Railroad Hotel. 
Tinning's wood yard. 






li 



176 



C. E. ANDERSON St CO. 8 



53 



William Oiborne, prop. Union Station 
TloteL 

Vacant lots. 
Royal Mail Steamboat Ticket Office. 

Front street intersects 

John H. Meyer, prop. King's HotuL 
Stable. 

Vacant !■ ts. 
N. Hcndrikz, professor of music, &c. 
Vacant' houses. 

Vacant lots. 
John Uuckley. cab-owner. 
Wellington street iiUcrsccts. 

Rear premises. 
79 Toronto Club. 
79, 81 Henry L. Hevcrloy, Club Chambers. 

Rossin House buillings. 

T. P. Casey, barber, &c., Rossin House. 

Rossin House, (i. P. Shears, lessee. 

King street intersects 

John O'Grady, proprietor Shaksi)eare 

Hotel. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
, Boidton street intersects 



115 Charles Burns, prop. York Street Inn. 
121 Albert Hurbert, confectioner. 
12.'i Pclcr Hansen, merchant tailor. 

Warehouse. 
127, 129 John W.' Bowden, saloon k grocery. 
127 — Lyons, employee Jactiues & Hay. 

Adelaide street intersects 

131 John Booth, confectioner. 
133 Thomas Campton, butcher. 
135 George J. Fitzsimmons, variety store 
and jeweller. 
" Isaac Fitzsimmons. 
Garden. 
139 John S. Powell, notary and land agent. 
141 Alexander Lewin, shirt manufacturer. 
145 Daniel Trunij), green grocer. 
147 Lawrence Gibb, bakery. 
149 Daniel Hariier, general store. 
151, 163, 155 Ckirk Bros., carriage-makers. 
157 William Gibbons. 
1574 Mrs. Mary Jordan. 

Vacant lots. 
161 Henry Mai-shall, carpenter. 
163 Michael Godfrey, laborer. 
1634 -A. H. Judah, carpenter. 

166 Branch Board of Health Office. 

167 William Foy, saloon-keeper. 

Richmond street intersects 

169 George Hill, saloon-keeper. 

171 George Walker, tobacco-worker. 

173 Thomas Davis, confectioner. 

T734 J. Washington, barber. 

17 J Richard McCormick, boot & shoemaker. 

1764 George Lewis, gi-ocer. 

177 Samuel Lewis, wiiitewuher. 



181 Vacant house. 

133 H. Rosinbiiuui, tailor. 

Thomas May, prop.-ietor Confederation 
House. 



. Queen street intersects. 



Tork street— West side. 

Commences at the Bay and runs north to 
*~ Queen. 

Union station. 

Vacant building. 

Grand Trunk House, Samuel Higgins, 
proprietor. 

Gottlieb Dencler, 



fmiterer. 
Grand Trunk Ticki't office, 
Arnold proprietor. 

... Front street intersects.... 



Robert 



Privates grounds. 
44 Officers' quarters. 
Private grounds. 

Lane intersects. , 



54 



56 

68 
60 



Samuel Risley, Government Insi)ector 
steamboat boilers. 

Frank Shanly, C. K. and Government 
Inspector IJailroads. 

Patrick Boland, house caretaker. 

George Oliver, Inspector Royal Insur- 
ance Company. 

Commissariat Start" Corps Office. 

James A. Dobbie, dry goods merchant. 

Wellington street intersects 

Vacant lots. 

74 Angus D; 'xas, wholesale dealer in 
wooden ware and fancy goods. 

76 Provincial Militia Stores. 

78, 80 Thomas Steele & Co., tobacco man- 
ufacturers. 

82 Riley & May, billiard table manufac- 
tnrers. 

84, 66, A. Shack k Co., tobacco manu- 
facturers. 
Revere House. 

King drect intersects 

Vacant shop. 

Willif.n^ Diitycott, tobacco manufact'r. 
Georgv. Martin, boot and shoe maker. 
Charles (Jcorge, cigar manufacturer. 
Jacob Kinzinger, j)a8try cook. 
James Sturzaker, saddler. 
James Royle, dyer. 
James Pel!, picture frame maker. 
Jeremiah Moloney, iiotel keeper. 
Jacob Shaefer, proprietor European 
hotel, cor. Boulton. 

Boulton street intersects 



96 

41 

98 
100 
102 
104 
106 
108 



112 William McKenzie, grocer. 

114 Henry Frobose, tailor. 

116 George Sawdon, tinsmith. 

118 George Meissner, boot and shoe maker. 

120 Louis Koerber, boot and shoe maker. 



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lor. 

rietor Confederation 

itersects, 

reit side. 

and mils north to 



|e, Samuel Higgins, 

iiiterer. 

I{('t offlee, Robert 

OY. 

ntcrsects 

seclH. 

/crnnieut lusiwctor 

•s. 

']. and Government 

luls. 

use caretaker. 

ec'tor Royal Insur- 

Corps Office. 

ry goods merchant. 

intersects 

)t.S. 

Iiolesale dealer in 

il fancy goods. 

itores, 

; Co., tobacco man- 

ird table manufac- 

9., tobacco manu- 

tcrneds 

obaeco manufact'r. 
; and shoe maker, 
r manufacturer, 
stry cook, 
idler. 

fi-ame maker. 
liot«l keeper. 
)prietor European 
on. 

ntcrsects 

grocer. 

)r. 

imith. 

)t and shoe maker. 

and shoe maker. 



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ARCHITECTURAL, 








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Engine and Mill, Brass and Iron Castings of all kinds done oh the 

Shortest Notice. Light Castings of every description 

made on Tw^o Hours Notice. 

(e* Orders from the Country will rccoivc iiumediati^ nttontion, so tluit Castings cun be sent 
out l)y' Evening I'rain the sanio day the order is received. 

»• REPAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.^ 



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stingu cuQ be sent 

ATTENTION. 411 



TOfteMTOk OCKV imtKCTOHV. 



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122 DiedricVI|lMkain««i>bMMQMk/ 
1224 MMl?hat»Pait>Mi,QMift(!tiM«r and 

bMRUMiJhAiiM ka<|iBr. 
124 Thomas Si^pMBk pr«(kr Oldt OoWitry- 

m&n>.lI«MSti 
126 Joab Scalea, ti Son. .tobMO* raMufry. 



.AmitUU^itmtinumdii. 



128 k 180 Jam«t' pBtenOn, gioeer, witte, 
and apirit merclroat, 

Mrs. Ramtolph.' 

James J^ Doalej; esrpeniter*. 

Andrew Stewart, Ifftmttr. 

Elias Smitfa, bo&rdiBg;h<>itter k»»^r. 

Denis Moloney, laborer. 

nettixMbttiillen; lateMt. 

Mrs. Mulntee. 

John Dorser. grocer. 
1444 Mrs. Mary Tmmina, grocer. 
148 John P. Paritet; brasaion&dir: 



182 

184 

188 

188 

140 
If 

<< 
142 



150 k 152 Jf>)»i»Qiiin«4'gf!>qw» 

154 William Sutherland, ca^pwiUr. 

WilHam Clark, cab driver. 

T. F. Casey, baflfWi 

A. N. Rennie. 

ThoDisa Cotton, porter post office. 

Toronto Dupansaqr,. Bichard Kuh«U, 
houselutmr. 

Mrs. Mary illtjot, boardingJionMli lapt: 

M; LafbnUine, — '- -^» -"^ — •- -I— 
20th regt. 



158^ 

158 
•< 

160 
162 

184^ 
168 



cook of oS^w's 



172 



174 
176 



Richmond sheet interseeU ,. 

Vacant lota. 
Walter Eales, painter. 
B(6hard Mildinim, Mihtetr. 
Alexander Norria, teamster. 
R. Hornbyi phyaicianatid surgeon. 
Sidney Horwood, wood merchant. 
Quten.tl*iiet'imtifuet: 



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ADMNDA TO STREET DIRECTOEt 



Theftllowing Streets^ owing to diJictUtiea experienced in proowratg infortnm' 
tion, were too iate/or interPion in their reguiatr or Jar : 



idb«ny«tiMi 
OitHmMe^at i'tm^md rtttateeettttjiorffi. 

(Not yet opeoadup.) 



Baldwin Stxaat 

Hunt east from SpatUnm' Avenue between 

D'Afvy and Ceeil. 

(Not opened up.) 



B«nhon«nat. 

Oommenees at' FHrHt eeut andrmitteiPalii^. 

(Not opened up.) 



Barosy Stswt:— ^ 'OkartftAm^iy 
Now knoirn oiUkarige Athj/. 



OaaaM6«a Mnat. 

CotnintnotitatShawand'nttiii'Weit t9'Dmtim%. 

(Nitft opened 11]^ 



(See WtUxngUm SMi*^)' 
12 



OUfford Street. 

Commeiieei at' Niagara andrwna we$t to 

Sltt^ian Avinuf* 

(Not opened up.) 



oiotar ma tiaa. 
Commences at Tonge hetwun St^ Jofepht and 
St. Clements, and nau ffsiti 

Rear pramises. 

William Scerry, cab-driv«r. • 
James liarefoot, laborer. 
Mrs. Mary' Hurley, (wid Timothy.) 
Vacant lots. 



.Latte intmreteit.. 



ortiMiit OarOras; 
(Set Spadina Avenue.) 



Danlsoa atraat— WaatN 

Com,me}u;es at Dundaa'awd nms to nor th tn k 
liwOti. 

Mrs. Afpies Fitzgibbon, widow. Cua. 
Mrs. Lucy Kennedy, widow Thomaa. 
Willoughby Caiami^pi;<i>0strar'8 ollt. 



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DralMB itrMt-WMtiM*. 
Ccmmeneu at Dundaa and rum to nortlitm 
limit$. 
Viieant lota to end. 



DorhMii itrMt 

Oommeneea eatt of Lambton and w*st of 
Surrey, forming the southern termination 
of both struts. 

(Not opened up.) 

EUulMth itnet Weit. 

Comnuntes at Esther and runs west to 

Bathurst. 

(Not opened up.) 



EUlott PUoe. ) 
(See King street West. ) 



Elm Itnet Eut-South side. 

Com/metuxs at Parliament, opposite Carlton 
and runs to eastern limits. 
Vacant lots. 
Robert H. Trotter. 
Private grounds. 

36 Mrs. Jane Pillow, widow Alexander. 

37 Samuel Toy, butcher. 

Vacant lots. 
; Pine street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Sumach street intersects 



Elm street East— West side. 

ComriMnces at Parliament, opposite Carlton, 
and runs to eastern limits. 

Mrs. Catherine Maxwell, wid. William. 
Vacant lots. 
12 Joseph Abraham, prop. North-eastern 
omnibus. 
Private grounds. 

Medcalf street intersects 

24 Robert Cox, clerk. 

26 William Sykes, civil engineer. 

28 Henry Moxon, contractor. 

30 John Symons, agent Rolling Mills. 

Vacant lots. 
Pine street intersects 

Vacant lots. 
Sumach street intersects. 

Necropolis. 

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Emm» street— East aide. 

Commences at Oerrard west, vnd runs north 
to College Avenue. 

Rear premises. 

6 Mrs. Hinchey, washerwoman. 

7 Mrs. Margaret Wilson, washerwoman. 



74 Mrs. Hsrj Huri*, widow. 
9 Mrs. Elizabeth Ponogh, widow. 
11 Robert Johnston, bricklayer. 
18 Lewis Walker, carpenter. 
16 Peter Gammie, carpenter. 
Rear premises. 

Ifayter street intersects. 

23 W. S. Young, grocer. 

Rear premiscis. 
27 Willium Nelson, painter. 
29 James Henderson, messenger. 
31 Joseph Glenn, laborer. 
37 Samuel Walker, bricklayer. 

Vacant lots. N 

41 Robert Brown, ice cream manufacturer. 

Vacant lot 
45 James Scott 

Vacant lots. ■ 
49 John Nelson, tinsmith. 

Vacant lots. 
63 Stephen O'Connor, laborer. 

Vacant lots. 
67 James Jennings, basket-maker. 

Vacant lots. 
63 Robert Dunn. 

Vacant lots. 
67 James Heartley, carpenter. 

College Avenue intersects 



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Emma street— West side. 
Commences at Gerrard West and runs narih 
to College Avenue. 
Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
14 Mrs. Emma '^.ayton, widow. 
16 Capt Joseph Kennedy, steamer "Her 
Majesty." 

Vacant lots. 



Hayter street intersects 



Rear premises. 

Vacant lots. 
34 Thomas Jackson, waiter, 

Vacant lots. 
38 Mrs. Rosanna Baillie, widow. 

Vacant lots. 
42 Jeremiah Graves, laborer. 
44 Thomas Bethel, teamster. 
48 Mrs. Caroline Stokes, widow. 
60 John Jordan, clerk. 
62 Vacant house. 
64 Alex. McCord, laborer. 
68 Richard Johnson. 
60 William Mead, laborer, 
62 Owen Hughes, laborer. 
Vacant lot 
66 John Madderford, shoemaker. 

Vacant lots. 
70 Henry Thompson, laborer. 
72 Anthony Charbitt, cigar-maker. 
74 D. King,' door-keeper Toronto Uni- 
versity. 
College Avenue intersex. 



ridow. 
igfa, widow, 
iuklayer. 
Qter. 



Uruett.. 

r. 



nter. 

leasenger. 

ur. 

:klayer. 

ts. ~^ 

earn manufactanr. 

)t 

ta. • 
ith. 

ts. 

Laborer. 
ts. 
isket-maker. 

Its. 

its. 
rpenter. 

intersects 



Vest side. 

'est and runs iwrik 

vtnue. 

Its. 

, widow, 
dy, steamer "Her 

)t8. 

ntersects 



)ts. 

iter. 

Its. 

ie, widow. 

)t8. 

iborer. 
mster. 
es, widow. 



rer. 



jrer. 

iier. 

lot 

ihoemaker. 

ots. 

laborer. 

cigar-maker. 

Bper Toronto Uni- 



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179 



', inttrteeti. 



Fraula itrMt-Baal «to 


■mlekltmt. 


Oommeneu at King EaH and runt north to 


Commeneu at Bordtn and rtmt we$t to Hoptt 


Adelaide. 

Mammoth House, side entrance. 
Rear premises. 
Bassett k Keeble'a itables. 
iMne interseeta. 


' (No houses.) 


HoQlweU atreet 

Commences at Shaw and r%m» west to Denison. 

Not opened up. 

Huron Street. 


17 James Stock's warehouse. 
Commercial Hotel stables. 


Rear premises. 

Rear entrance to J. D. Lewis k Co.'a 
tobacco factory. 
Adelaide street intersects.... 


Cmnm»)ues at Maple Lane and runs to 

northern limits. 

(No houses.) 






Oirans Avenue. 


Commences at Durham and runs to northern 


ihmmtMea at head of Oivena street and runs 


limits. 


to northern limits. 


(So houses.) 


John Kains, laborer. 


Loonat Street 


Harrison- Street. 


Commences at Sumach and rtcns east to limits. 


Commences at Shaw and runs west to Denison 


(No houses.) 

> 




Uetoalf Street 


Henderson's Lane. 


Gomm^iees at Elm East and runs north to 
Amelia. 


(See Orog Lane. ) 


(No houses.) 



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COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

No. 89 KING STREET EAST, 

(near ST.' JAMES' CATHEDRAL.) 

T0It03Sr,T0, OlSTT-A^mO- 



UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF . 

(S0JJ5 PROPRIETOR.) 

A Practical Accountant of Twenty Years' experience in Business 
Practice, in Great Britain and America. 



DESIGN: 

To Prepare Toung Men as Book-keapers, 'and for'Qeneral Bnsmess. 



For Circulars, please address, 



JAMES E. DAY, AccoTJNTANr, 

82 King Street East, Toronto, 



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FIGURES UN»Kla CANOPIES, MEMORIAL WINDOWS, COATS OF 
ARMS, Ac, of every deacrlption, neattly executed. 

Ornamental and Plain Obsour^ Olass, for OhurolieB, Sohools and 

other Fnblio Buildings, 

Being perfectly imjpen^rable to the sun's tayai dispeiuing wifli iihe liN of BUnIs, 
and producing a oiiH, solemn and siibliine effort; siid adapted for 
either Lead or Wood Sashes. 

Hodern Work, iaohidiiig Embossed and Enamelled, 

Wltk FMWEBS, FSCITS, lANBSCAfES, 4ce^ iiaM»Me f*r Ball »■« 8tall«ir,e 
W1m4«Vf»> CcIUbs M,UiltU, Beor PaMIii, Skip Cablk Ucbto, Jkt. 



PAINTJNG, GLAMG .AffD GRAiniNG 

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Ca-X..A.SS BEN-T TO -A^ISTTT I»ATTBMT. 



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TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY, 

FOR THE YEAR 1868. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



IS, COATS OF 
ted. 

Schools and 



e nM of BUni«, 
apted for 



Enamelled, 

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order. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

In the pages followiii(j, ab. stands for above ; al. for alley ; aut. for assistant ; Are. for avenue ; bdi. for 
boards ; bet. for between ; big. for building ; cor. for corner ; iiu. or in«ce. for insurance ; A, for house ; ta. 
for lane ; mkt- for market ; itr. for near ; n. (. for north side ; (. (. for H<iuthside ; e. s. for east side ; w. $. for 
west side ; n. a. e. w. for north, south, east and wust ; opp. for opposite ; prop, for proprietor ; tq. for square ; 
T. for rear; rt§. for resident^e; wid. for widow; >}. T. R for Orand Trunk Railroad; 0. w. R. for Oreat 
Weatern Railway ; H. R. C. for Northern Railway Company. When not expressed the word street is implied. 



Abell, A., machinist, Soho Foundry. 

Abbey, William, laborer, h 92 Pine w. 

Abbot* Charles, cab owner, h 2 Brant. 

Abbott, Peter, cleaner, N. R. C. 

Abbott, Peter C, cabr.jan, h 27 Vanauley. 

Abbott, Wilson R., h 26 Terauley. 

Abellard, Wm., news agent, h 31 Queen w. 

Ablitt, Alfred, bolt-maker W. Hamilton k 
Son, bds 232 Palace. 

Ablitt^ Fred. & Wm., butchers, St. Law- 
rence Arcade, h 235 Parliament. 

Ablitt, George, blacksmith N. R. C. 

Ablitt, John, sr., laborer W. Hamilton k 
8on, h 232 Palace. 

Ablitt, John, jr., bolt-maker W. Hamilton 
& Son, bds 232 Palace. 

Ablitt, Thomas, machinist, bds 160 York. 

Ablitt, Wm., grocery, 266 King e, h ssme. 

Abraham, James, coachman, h 70 Vanauley. 

Abraham, Joseph, salesman 165 King e, h 
61 Winchester. 

Abraham, Joseph, prop. N. Eastern Omni- 
bus, h 12 Elm e. 

Acheson, James, retired, h 32 Maitland. 

Acton, John, shoemaker, h 8 Elliott Place. 

Adair, Mrs. Annie, Iraarding-house, h 46 
Richmond e. 

ADAM, G. MERGER, (Adam, StcTenson & 
Co.), h61 Kinge. 



Adam. Ja.s., book-keeper T. Smith & Son, h 
61 King e. 

ADAM, STEVENSON & CO., booksellers 
and publishers, 61 King e. 

Adams, B. (1). S. k B. Adams), h 33 Mercer. 

Adams, D. S. (U. 8. k B. Adams), h 166 
Vonge. 

Adams, D. S. & B. (D. S. & B. Adams), 
shirt and collar manufacturers and haber- 
dashers, 156 Yonge and 51 King w. 

ADAMS, J., M.D., physician and surgeon, 
54 Bay, h same. 

Adams, Edward, book-keeper, bds 36 Agiies, 

Adams, Mrs. Jane, prop. Gra^)e Saloon, 88 
Adelaide e, h same. 

ADAMS, JAMES, sailmaker and rigger, Tin- 
uing's wharf, foot of York, iSplanade, 
h 38 Mercer. (See advertisement). 

Adams, Jas., carpenter, bds 164 Bay. 

Adams, John, ship-builder, h 91 Elm w. 

Adams, John, clerk Bank of Toronto, h 91 
Elm w. 

Adams, John, clerk Canada permanent build- 
ing and savings society, bds Albion Hotel. 

Adams, Mrs. Margaret, (wid) h 49 Agnes w, 

Adams, Robt., pattern-maker, Soho Foundry, 
h 106 Dummer. 

Adams, Robt., boarding-house, 242 King e. 

Adams, Tliomas, engineer G.T.R., h 226 and 
230 Queeu w. 



182 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO.'S 



Adami, Thomas, proriaion desler, 228 »nd 

230 Queen w, h same 
Adams, Thomas, laborer, li i' s Beverley iir 

Yonge, Yorkville. 
Adams, Wm., grocer, 29 East Market, hsa'ue. 
Adams, Wm., surveyor, bdsl21 Parliament. 
Adams, W.. millwright G. T. 11. 
ADAMS, W. C, U.D.S., dentist, 96 King e, 

h same. (See advertisement). 
Adams, W. M., tin, conj)er & sheet-iron 

worker, 4244 Qween w, ii same. 
Adamson's Wharf, s s Esiilanntle bet Church 

and West Market. 
Adamson, .Fames, wharfinger, St. Lawrence 

Wharf, h 90 Palace. 
Adamson, Wm. . wharfinger, and Adamson's 

Wharf, h 33 Seaton. 
Adamson, Wm., city agent daily Olohc, h 

11 Avenue. 
Addison, Charles, laborer, 214 Suyer. 
Addison, Lewis, whitcwaaher.HOiTecunisetli. 
Addison, Mrs. Catharine, li r CO Duninur. 
Addy, Mrs. Hannah, h Ontario e ccr Duke. 
Adkins, John, gardener, h 108 Duninier. 
Adlington, Clias., bis. baker, bda ()2(i Yonge. 
iEtna, Live Stock Insurance Company, 
Ontario Hall, Church, Scott & Wulnisley, 
agents. 
Agnew, James, carpenter, h 414 Queen e. 
AGNEW, JOHN N., M.D., physician, &c., 

Richmond w cor Kay, h same. 
Agnew, Neil, prop Central Saloon, 21 Vic- 
toria, h same. 
Agnew, Richard, 27 Victoria. 
AGRICULTURAL HALL, Yongc w s cor 

Queen, 
AHRENS, CHARLES A., salesman 6 Wd- 

lington w, h 62 Hayter. 
Ahrens, Jules, cigar-maker, h 129 Agnes. ' 
Aiken, James, porter G. T. R. freight dept., 

h 336 Little Kiciimond. 
Aiken, Mrs. Eliza (wid Jos.), h 238 Terauley. 
Aiken, Somerset, student, bds 364 Queen w. 
Aikens, J. R., provisions, 621 i 623 Yonge, 

h same. 
Aikens, James, wood merchant St. Lawrence 

Wharf and 81 Caroline, h same. 
AIKINS, WM. T., M.D., physic ian,&c., 70 

Queen w, h same. 
Aikins, W. H., salesman, h 70Q\ieen w. 
Aikenhead, James, (Ridout, Aikenhead & 

Crombie), h 169 Saver. 
Aikenhead, Mi.s8 Ellen, straw millinery, 

206 Queen w, h same. 
Aird, Wm., sen., blacksmith, h 87 Spadina 

Avenue. 
Aird, Wm., machinist, bds 87 Spadina Av. 
Aitken, ilrs. Christina, (wid Thomas) 

monthly nurse, \i 231 Elizabeth. 
Aitken, James, laborer, bds. 16 Camden. 
Aitkins, Wm., bread and biscuit Iwker, 724 

Queeu w, h same. 
Akers, John W., student-at-Iaw, 4 Ontario 
Hall, bds Adelaide e of Yonge. 



ALBION HOTEU James docker prop., 3 

k S East Market Sq. 
Albyn, A11>ert, laborer, h r 21 McMahon. 
Alcock, Massie, conductor O. T. R., h 297 

King w. 
Alcock, Thomas B., switchman 0. T. R, h 

16 Beverley. 
Alcorn, George O., law student, h Yorkville. 
Alcorn, Samuel, J. P., h N. S. Bloor e 

Yorkville. 
Alderdice, John, foreman, press-room Olobe, 

h 101 Queen east. 
Alderdice, Mrs. Marion, boarding house, 138 

John. 

Mary Ann, wid David, h 86 



, steam fitter and machinist, 
A., (Aldwell k Co.), h 122 



Aldei-dice, Mrs. 

Niugaia 
Aldridge. I). P. 

J. Ritchie. 
ALDWELL, J. 

William. 
Al.DWELL, T. D. (Aldwell & Co.\ bd.i 122 

William. 
Alexander, David W., bookkeeper, 179, 

King K., bds 157 Jarvis. 
Alexander, F, (J., salesman, 194 k 196 

Yongo, bds 62 Sayer. 
Alexander, lieorge, travelling agent, bds 16 

Front 0. 
Alexander, Henry, painter, h r 92 Duchess. 
Alexander, James, clerk, bds Black Horse 

hotel. 

.^xander, James, housekeeper Osgoodn 

Hall, h same. 
Alexander, Mrs. Jannette, giocery, 370 

Queen, w. 
Alexander, Julius, second-hand clothing, 34 

Queen w h same, 
Alexander, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid John), 2 

Alma lane, s 171 Brock. 
Alexander, Mrs. Rebecca, boarding house, h 

10 Sheppard. 
ALEXANDER, WM., (Blaikie & Alexander) 

h 358 Jarvis. 
Alexander, Wm. laborer, h 31 Maple lane. 
Alexander, William J., cabinet maker, r 62 

Sayer. 
Alfred, August, cari)entfcr, 37 Avenue lane. 
Allan, Alex. A., importer, 39 King w. 
Allen, A. McD. law student, bds with John 

Macdonald. 
Allen, .lames, shoemaker, h 88 High. 
Allan, Mrs. Jessie, (widofWm), hi 45 Seaton. 
Allan, John (John Allan k Co. ), h 232 t^hurch. 
Allan, John, laborer, h r 86 Stanley. 
Allan, John, blacksmith, h s s Sydenham, 

Yorkville. 
Allan, John, k Co. (John Allan), importers 

of cloths, tweeds, trimmings, &c., 31 

(Jolborne. 
Allan, Richard, carter, h 196 Sumach. 
Allanby, Frederick, solicitor, h 393 Church. 
Allcock, a., C. Laight k Co. (S. Allcook k 

C. liaight), fish hooks, needles, &c., 89 

Colborne. 



Alie 
V 

AUi 

Alii 
B 

Alii 



Al/ 

i\ 
Altt 
Alh 



I Ci'ocker prop., S 

r 21 McMahon. 
r G. T. U., h 297 

ihman 0. T. R., h 

ideiit, h Yorkville. 
li N. S. Bloor e 

press-room Olobe, 
)oiiriling liouso, 138 
11, wiJ David, h 86 
ttur and inauliiuist, 
veil k Co.), h 122 
vell&t'o.'y, bd3l22 

bookkeeper, 179, 

IS. 

snmii, 194 k 106 

lling agent, lida 16 

tiT, h r 02 Duplicss. 
l)d.s Black Horse 

usekcpjier Osgoode 

ette, grocery, 370 

id-hnnd clothing, 34 

)etli, (wid John), 2 

:k. 

i, boarding liouso, li 

lilaikic k Alexander) 

, h 31 Maiilc lane, 
cabinet inuKer, r 62 

br, 37 Avenue lane, 
or, 39 King w. 
dent, bds with. John 

r, h 88 High. 

itWm),hl46Seaton. 

& Co. ),h 232 Church. 

r 86 Stanley. 

li, h s s Sydenham, 

in Allan), importers 
trimmings, &c., 31 

li 196 Sumach, 
uitor, h 393 Church. 
& Co. (S. Alicock & 
LS, needles, kc, S9 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTOKY. 



183 



Allcnrk, Win., ponnioner, bds 17 St. Patrick's 

squarft. 
Allen, Charles, «alesiiia»;, bds 216 Victoria. 
Allen, U. D., fliilesiii';!!. Seatoii, cor Queen. 
Alien, Kdwanl, |M.rter A. k C. Express Co. 
Allen, (Jeorge, bds 91) Ann. 
Allen, (ieoige, carter, h r 164 Queen w. 
ALLEN, (lEOUOK L., governor County 

Jail, h same. 
Allen, James, carter, h 149 Peter. 
Allan, James, jiorter Win. Oalbraith, h r 9 

Teiauley. 
Allen, James, laborer, h 123 Queen e. 
ALLKN, JAMKS, M.I)., h 206 Queen e. 
Allen, John, laborer, b 261 Queen w. 
Allen, John, eatiiig-liou.se, 22 West Market. 
Allen, John, printer, h 223 Cliurcli. 
Allen, John, blucksinitli, r 6 Scott, h York- 
ville. 
Allen, John, clerk, bds 286 Jarvis. 
Allen, Jo.sepli, ap]irentice bookbinder, bds 

223 Church. 
Allen, Josiali, baker, bds 223 Church. 
Allen, J. A., oiierator, bds, 35 Melinda. 
Allen, J. E., book-keejier Thus May & Co., 

h 286 Jarvis. 
Allen, Kobe.t Mahon, barrister, York Cham- 
bers, Court. 
ALLKN, THOMAS, (Thompson k Allen), 

h 81 Kiver. 
Allen, Thomas, beer-bottler 60 Biithuist, h 

same. 
Allen, T. H., insurance clerk J. E. Smith 

& Co., bds Ro.ssiu House. 
Allen, Wm., bookbinder, li 28 Elizabeth. 
Alley, Henry, clerk Provincial Secretary's 

Dept., Parliament Buildings, bds 81 Vic- 
toria. 
Alley, Jeremiah, clerk Crown Lands Dept., 

Parliament Bigs, h cor Victoria and Shuter. 
Alley, .lerome. Crown Lands Dept., h 81 

Victoria. 
AUingham, John, carpenter, 82 Elizabeth. 
Allingtoii, Puibert, M.I)., Yonge e s, h nr 

Bloor, Yorkville. 
Allison, Andrew, laborer, h 2 Stonecutter's 

Lane. 
ALLISON, ABSALOM G., train despatcher 

G. T. R., h 71 Hayter. 
Allison, Andrew, laborer D. Crawford & Co., 

h Duchess cor Caroline. 
Allison, Thomas, sale.sman, bds Globe Hotel, 

Yonge. 
Alliss, Robert, porter Am -rican^ Hotel, bds 

same. 
Alliss, Win., porter G. W. R. Yonge street 

station, h 78 Lousia, 
Alston, James, postman Toronto P. 0. 
Alston, Richard, clerk Angus Dallas, bds 

Yorkville. 
ALTMAN, HENRY J., (J. G. Joseph & 

t'o.), res Regents Place, Birmingham, Eng. 
Alton. , Jno, carver and gilder, h 80 Caroline. 
Allward, Chas., shoemater, h 48 McMahon. 



AMBERRY, REV. JOHN, clossical master 
Trinity College, h Trinity College. 

Ambler, Miss A., sewing machine operator, 
h 21 Edward. 

Ambler, Mrs. (Jhailotte, (wid Ralph), r Ed- 
ward. 

Ambrose, Arnott, brass-finioher h Parliament. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., M. H. Irish, 
agent, 67 Yonge. 

AMERICAN HOTEL, Front cor Yonge, 
.\. B. Walker, iirop. 

AMERICAN STEAM (}AUGE CO., George 
Harding sole agent for Toronto, 77 Kingw. 
(See advt). 

Ames, Henry, tailor, 142 Brock. 

Ames, John, shoemaker, h 133 Centre. 

Allies, Mrs., J., (wid) h 51 Elm. 

Aniiot, John, engine-driver (}. T. R., h 12 
I )ouro. 

Anison, Wm., carpenter, h 168 Pine w. 

An 'erson, Alex., carriage-maker C. F. Hall, 
h 332i Adelaide w. 

Anderson, Alex., salesman G. Henderson, 
bds 3'.^S Queen w. 

Anderson, Bouchette, L. W. Customs, bds 
27 Nelson w. 

ANDERSON, C. E., (C. E. Anderson & 
Co.), h 27 Nelson w. 

Anderson, C. E., jun.,clerk,bds 27 Nelson w. 

ANDERSON, C. E. !i CO., brokers, com- 
mission merchants. Directory and Gazetteer 
publishers, 53 Wellington e. 

Anderson, Col. R. A., h 17 William. 

Anderoon, Daniel, 33 k 37 King e, h 26 
James. 

Anderson, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, bds 
Temperance. 

Anderson, Mrs. Ellen, straw millinery, 30 
Queen w, h same. 

Anderson, George, clerk Custom House, h 
21 Spadina Av. 

Anderson, Henry, painter, 183 King e. 

Anderson, Henry, coachmaker and painter, 
h 92 Elizabeth. 

Anderson, J,, laborer Burkes sash and door 
factory, cor Richmond and Sheppard. 

Anderson, J., book-keeper Hughes k Co., 
bds 90 Albert. 

Ander.son, J. B., salesman Hughes k Co., 
bds Beaty's Hotel. 

Anderson, James, caretaker 16 k 18 Welling- 
ton e h same. 

Anderson, James, principal Givens-street 
School. 

Anderson, James, sailor, h 63 Victoria. 

Anderson, James, fireman G. T. R., h 376 
Adelaide w. 

Anderson, James, tailor, r Scott n r Wel- 
lington. 

Anderson, James, laborer, 136 Tecumseth. 

Anderson, James, school-teacher, 418 Ade- 
laide w. 

Anderson, Jane, (wid Wm.), h 529 Little 
Richmond. 



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Anderson, John, tailor, bds 60 Bay. 
Anderson, John, moulder, h 15 Janios. 
Anderson, John, porter G. T. K. frt. dept, 

h 30 Camden. 
Anderson, John H., barber G. AV. Smith, 

h Rieliniond w. 
Anderson, John H., moulder Wm. Hamil- 
ton & Son. 
Andrews, Joseph, clerk Bryce McMurricli & 

Co., bu.s /3 Louisa. 
Anderson, Joseph, wood-)'ard, h 53 Agnes. 
Anderson, Joseph, grain merehant, h 28 
Richmond e. 

Anderson, Joseph A., clerk city Registrar's 
olHce, h 28 Richmond e. 

Anderson, Murk, laborer, h Davenport Road 
nr Avenue Road. 

Anderson, Mrs. Alex., h 58 \v Ontario. 

Anderson, 
iner. 

Anderson, 
laide w. 

Anderson, Peter, butcher, h r Sumach nr 
King. 

Anderson, Pliili]), lal)orer, Bloor. 

Anderson, Robert, baker, bds 8 Palace. 

Anderson, R. (J., li 22 Carlton. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT W., photographic 
artist 46 Kinge, h 33 Alexander. 

Anderson, Thomas, blacksmith Soho 
foundry. 

Anderson, Wm., carriage-builder, h 120 
Adelaide \v. 

Anderson, Wm. , laborer and general store, 
154 Sayer. 

Anderson, Wm., head teacher Park street 
school, h 315 Parliament. 

Anderson, Wm., carpenter, h 40 Ann. 

/nderson,- Wm., moulder, h 74 Trinity. 

Anderson, Wm., laborer, li 529 Little Rich- 
mond. 

Anderson, Wm., accountant John Kerr. 

Anderson, Wm., carpenter, h 198 Queen w. 

Anderson, H. J., insurance (derk R. N. 
Gooch, h Bloor e, Yorkville. 

Andrew, J., cleaner G. T. R., h Little Rich- 
mond, nr Brock. 

ANDREWS, ANDREW, (Andrews & Son), 
h 15ti Bay. 

ANDREWS, ANDREW 0., (Andrews & 
Son), h 1 Adelaide e. 

ANDREWS & SON, (An.lrew & Andrew 
0.), auctioneers and commis.sion mer- 
eliant.1, 109 Yonge cor Adelaide. 

Andrew.s, Dr. R. J., physician and surgeon, 
169 Queen w, h sanni. 

Andrews, Herbert, bds 156 Bay. 

Andrew.s, John, h 37 I^ouisa. 

Andrews, Joseph, laborer, Ii r 90 Eliza- 
beth. 

Andrews, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 
Yonge, Town Hall Blk., Yorkville, li 
same. 

Andrews, Mrs. L. H., 30 Bond. 



Andrew.s, Thomas H., salesman 111 King 

e, h Bay. 
Andrews, Walter, auctioneer, bds 156 Bay. 
Anglesea, Charles, laborer, h 47 Carlton. 
Anker, Miss M. A., assistant teacher Park 

street School. 
Anker, Mrs. Candine, h 41 JIutual. 
Anketell, James, ioundvymau, h 192 Sayer. 
j Ansell, James, Messenger Roniain IJuilding, 
i n llomain Huihling. 

i Antoinette, Rev. .Mother, Superioress Con- 
vent of St. Joscjili, St. Albans. 
Ap]ileti>n, Edwanl, la!)oier, h 560 Queen. 
j Apostolic Church, s s Richmond w. 
I Armstrong, John, ]irinter Daily Tch- 
' ijniph. 

■ Arnold, Heiny, pressman Globe, h 67i 
Centre. 
An'lier, G. 1'., book-keeper Phenix Ins. Co., 
h 89 and 91 King w. 
' Ar('lier, W'ni. M., book-keeper, h Scidlard, 
! Yorl:ville. 

I Archibald, Charles, second assistant Roys' 
j Modcd School. 

: Arclibold, C. P., book-keeper, hl()2(ieorge. 

Anhbiild, David, .sgt. police, li 33 Queen e. 

I Archbold, L., T. P. F., h 11 Duke.^ _. , 

Arcliabiild, Wm., bds 33 Queen e. ' '; 

Archibald, , h n s York, Yorkville. 

Ardagh, Arthur, buil<ler, li 230 Queen e. 
Ardagh, Richard, builder, h 26 Caroline. 
Ardagh, Wni., saloon and restaurant, biuse- 

nient I'olice Court, Court, h IStiSeaton. 
Ardel, Jonathan, carpenter, h 235 Sayer. 
Ardell, Jonathan, mes-senger City Bank, bds 

.same. 
Argue, John, house-keeper City Hall build- 
ings, h same. 
Argue, Wm., ])ainter, h 32 O.sgoode. 
Argyle ilotil, 24'and 26 Front e. 
Arkel, George', woo<l contractor G. T. R., h 

461 lung w. 
AR.MlTA('iE, Gi;()., architecrtural modeller, 
in:ui>lc and stone-cutt. r 8 tJould, h same. 
(See advt.) 
Armit igi', John, buihh'r, h 42 King e. 
Arnutagc, Wm., s(M'ond-liand dealer and 

weil-diggei', h 194 Queen w. 
Armour, John, hostler Grand's Royal 

Aeii lemv. Wellingtiin w n .s. 
AR.Morif, ROBERT, barrister, (Gwynne, 

Armour & lloskin), res Bowinanville. 
Armstrong, Alexander .M., with Wm., Arm- 
strong, h 24 King e. 
Armstrong, Andrew, salesman, h 113 Queen e. 
Armstrong, Andrew, laborer, h 92 Boul- 

ton. 
Armstrong, Elizabeth, h 150 Berkeley. 
Armstrong, Francis W., with W. Arm- 
strong, 42 Kinge. 
Armstrong, (Jeorge, grocer, 48 Richmond w, 

h same. 
Armstrong, Henry, <!oachman, rooms 44 
(!hureh. 



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., salesman 111 King 

^tionuiT, bds 156 Bay. 
)or('r, h 47 Carlton, 
assistant teacher Park 

h 41 Mutual, 
idrynian, h 192 Sayer. 
iger Komain Building, 

her, Su[)eriores!j Con- 
st. Albans, 
lioier, h 5(!0 Queen. 
Kiehinond \v. 
jirintta- Ddify Tele- 

ssinan G/ohc, h G74 

eeper Phcni.x Ins. Co., 

)k-kec[),'r, h Sc'ollarJ, 

ieeond iwsistant \inya' 

-keiper, li l(i2 (Jeorge. 

l">lii'o, h 3;i Queen e. 

, h 11 iJuke. , 

■M Queen e. ' '" '} 
i York, Vorkville. 
ler, li L':!0 Queen e. 

li'r, h 2(! Caroline. 

iind restaurant, iiiuse- 
Cdurt, li 15t) .Seaton. 
lentcr, h 23;') Sayer. 
isenger City Bank, hds 

seper City liall l.nild- 

h .'52 ( ).sg()ode. 
d 2t) Front e. 
ontraetorC. T. H., h 

.reliitoetural modeller, . 
tt, r 8 Could, h same. 

.•1', h 12 Kinj( e. 
iind-liand dealer and 
!ueen w. 

tier (irand's Koyal 
111 w n s. 

, barrister, ((iwynne, 
res Bowmanville. 
.M., with Win., Arm- 

.lesiiiaii,hll3Queenc. 
laliorer, h 92 Boul- 

h 150 Berkiley. 

W., with W. .\rm- 

)eer, 48 Kichinond w, 

Hmehman, rooms 44 



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Jau Mti o n g, Htnry, olnk A, S. Imng, h 19 

Albert. 
Annattong, Jnines, iMborer, h Oak nr Par- 

lianiwit 
Armatrong, James, sliMmnker, h 46 James e. 
Amatrong, Jas., groo«r, 148 King e, hsarae. 
Arm' "rc.ig, James, carter, h r 150 Ducliess. 
Aruotrong, John, printer, h 150 Berke!<^y. 
ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH, oarrier, h 111 

Dttlhousie. 
Armstrong, Jos., salesman, h 111 Dalhousic. 
Armstrong, J. D., grooefr, 148 King, h 30 

Elizabeth. 
ARMSTRONG, J. R., (J. R. Armstrong k 

Co.), h 78 Peter. 
ARMSTRONG, J. R., k Co., Iron founders, 

161 Yonge. 
Armstrong, Rev. J. G., Episcopalian, h 3rd 

d, n 8 Bloor e, Yorkville. 
Ami-Strong, Mrs. Barbara, (wid Thomas), h 

30 Alana w. 
Armstrong, Mrs. B., widow, h34 Bishop. 
Armstrong, Mrs. Christina, (wid Thomas), 

school-teacher, Hayter. 
Armstrong, Mrs. Mary, (wid Irwin), h 432 

Queen w. 
Armstrong, Mrs. ilarj', (wid Thoinas), h n s 

ScoUard. 
Armstrong, Mrs., toll-gate keeper, n s Dav- 

eni»rt road, cor Avenue roa<l. 
Armstrong, Robt., shoemaker, h 13 Klizabeth. 
Armstrong, Robert, builder, 53 Richmond \v, 

h 66 do. 
Armstrong, Robert, labourer, h 31 Maple 

Lane. 
Armstrong, Thomas, inspector licences for 

oabs, caits, &c.. City Hall Buildings, h 9 

Avenue. 
Armsi-'ing, Thomas, tailor h. 128 Berkeley. 
Arm.strong, Thomas, foreman 63 King, h 63 

Terauley. 
ARMSTRONG, WM., (^ivil engineer and 

artist, 42 King e, drawing master Normal 

School, h "Priory" Queen w. i "-»n 

Ainstrong, Win., carpenter, h 66 (terrardw. 
Armstrong, Wni., carpenter, h 159 Univer- 
sity. 
Armstrong, W>n., shoemaker, h 17 Agnes. 
Armstrong, Wm., plumber, h 114 Agnes. 
Armstrong, Wm., jwrter John Fee, lids 437 

King c. 
Armstrong, Wm., iwliceman, bds 12 Jimos, 

w s. 
Armstrong, Wm., plumber, I). S. Keith. 
Arnann, Wm., shoemaker, h 118 Agnes. 
Amell, Wm., jun., shoemaker, 8 Wellington 

w, h 147 Adelaide w. 
Arno, Charles, tailor, h 122 Huke. 
Arno, George, moulder, h 32 Trinity-square. 
Arnold, Henry, fireman Leader, h CcTitre. 
Arnold, Mrs. Caivliae, (wid), h r 674 Centre. 
Arnold, lichard, paflse.igcr agent G. T. R, 

office, )>'eott, cor Front, h. 89 Beech. 
Arnold, Thomas, lalwrer, h. 27 Princess. 



AiucM, Wm.,clerkIOCY«iif(R, bds 42 Alim. 
Amoldi, Fnak, «tnd«itt*«t-law, bds Sll 

KiDff'W. 
Amoldi, F., entering clerk registrar's ofSce 

Court of Chanoery, Osgoode Hall, bdsSli 

Kingw. 
Amoldi, Mrs., h 311 Kingw. 
Amot, Alexander, 183 Adelaide w. 
ARNOTT, DAVID, wholesuW dry ^jods 39 

Yonge. 
Arnolt Hezh., brassfinisher, Kingw. h 214( 

Parliament. 
Arnott, Peter, earpenter, Ms 1&8 Berkeley. 
Arthurs, Geo. A., (Smith k Arthurs), h 

Spadina, Davenport road. 
Arthurs, J.ihn, laborer, 1 Trinity, h Palace. 
ARTHURS, THOS., carpenter, h 23 Douro. 
ARTHURS, WM. (Wm. Arthurs k Co.), h 

179 Church. 
ARTHURS, WM. t CO., (Wm. Arthurs), 

importers of general dry goods, 26 King e. 
Ash, William, teamster, h 327 Little Rich- 
mond. 

REBECCA, (wid J!li.>es), Wack- 
works, 164 Queen w, h r 164 



grocer k provision dealer 220 



ASH, MRS. 

smithing 

Queen. 
Ash, Wm., 

Queen w, h same. 
Ashall, Mrs. M. A., herlin wool & fancy 

dry goods, 286 Yonge, and manufacturers 

stock warehouse 67 Richmond e, h 62 

Duke. 
Ashover, Thomas, (Chidley k Ashover), h 66 

Isabella. 
Asliby, Mrs. Annie, boarding-house, 136 

Adelaide v:. 
Ashby, Charles, cutter 33 to 37 King e, h 

171 Centre. 
Ashcroft, J., coppersmith G. T. R. 
A'shdown, W. C, mail clerk G.W.R., h 19 

Maitland. 
ASHF! LD, JAMES, chief engineer Tor- 
onto vire department. City Hall Imildings, 

h 8 Temperance. 
Ashfield \\\n., gunsmith, bds Temperance 

with Chief Engineer. 
Ashton, Charles, book-keeper, h 28 Wilton. 
Aspden, Henrj', grocery, 120 Vietoria,hsam«. 
Astley, ^?obert, painter, h 132 John. 
Aston, henry, safe-lock filer J. & J. Taylor, 

h 33 Grosvenor. 
Atkin, Mrs. Hannah (wid Richard). 
Atkin, Miss Henrietta, h 60 Wellington w. 
Atkin, Richard, cicik G. T. R., h 60 Wel- 
lington w. 
Atkin, Thomas, shoemaker H. CoUey's, bds 

10 Bond. 
ATKINSON &BOSWELL,(W. P. Atkinson 

and A. R. Boswell), barristers, 74 King e. 
Atkinson, Eziii, carpenter, bds 37 Edward. 
Atkinson, Frederick, painter, bds 81 Col- 

home. 
Atkinson, George K., law student, Gambl« 

& Boulton, h 108 Queen c. 



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Atkinson, Henry, laborer, h 10 South Park. 

Atkinson, John, builder, 37 Edward, h same. 

Atkinson. John W., porter Robert McPhail, 
h 87 Beech. 

Atkinson S., lumber merchant, h 69 Wood. 

Atkinson, W. H., asst. clerk of correspon- 
dence Education Oflice, bds 161 Church. 

Atkinson, Wm. P. (Atkinson & Boswell). 
and sei^rptary Church Society, h 138 John. 

Atley, Wm., sessional messenger, h 48 Agues. 

Atteu, James, brakuman N. R. C, bds 148 
Brock. • 

ATTORNEY -GENERAL'S OFFICE, Hon. 
John Sandfield Macdonald, Q.C., Attor- 
ney-General, King w 8 s nr Simcoe. 

Auchin''lo8s, Alex., painter, li 98 Elm w. 

Auchincloss, John, laborer, h 142 Centre. 

Auchincloss, Mrs. Anna, (wid Andrew), h 59 
Centre. 

Auchtar, George, tailor, h 45 George. 

August, Alfred, carpenter and builder, Shep- 
pard nr Adelaide, h 37 Avenue Lane. 

Ault, Wm., .solicitor in chancery, s w cor 
King and Vonge. 

AUSTIN, JAMES, office. Bank of Toronto 
Buildings, AVellington e, cor t^hurch. h 
Spadina, Davenport Road. 

Aiistin, James A., book-keeper Globe Print- 
ing Company, h 10 Ontario. 

Authors, James, artificial limb maker at 18 
King e, and coal oil and lamps, 270 Yonge, 
h 270 Yonge. 

Avann, William A., peddler, h 55 Duke. 

Awde, Allan, clerk 156 Yonge, bds 458 
Queen west. 

Awde, William, butcher and fancy goods, 
western market, 458 and 460 Queen w., h 
same. 

Aykroyd, Henry, boai builder, Yonge street 
wharf, h 20 Adelaide. 

Axford, Edward, salesman, Hughes & Co., 
bds 130 King e. 

Ayres, Charles, saddle:-, h 2 Richmond e. 

B 

BACH, EDWARD, saddlu and harness 

maker, 10 King west, h sane. 
Bachley, Christian, shoemaker, h cor. Dal- 

housie and Queen e. 
Bachmann, Henry, cari)eiiter, h 91 Boulton. 
BACK AS, CHARLES A. bookseller, stii- 

tioner, and news dealer, 3 Toronto, h 

William, Yorkville. 
Backaj, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid George), h 59 

Walton. 
BACKAS, GEORGE H., assistant postmas- 
ter, h 26 Alexander. 
Backas, William li., clerk 3 Toronto, h 61 

Walton. 
Backer, Peter, (H. Ncrlich k Co ), h 60 

Adelaide w. 
Bacon, E. H. bookkeeper, bds Baaaett and 

Keeble's hotel. Nelson. 



Bacon, John, dry goods merchant 90 Yonge 

h same. 
Bacon, Mrs. (wid William V.,) 139 Brook. 
Baddon, Isaac, fireman, G.T.K., bds High 

nr Denison Avenue. 
Badenaeh, William, (McCrossou & Co. ), h 141 

Chu:ch. 
Badgerow, George W., student at law 4 

Ontario Hall, h 66 Parliament. 
Bagley, Mrs. Ann, (wid Tlios.), caretaker of 

George street School, h 81 George. 
Bagnali, Charles, laborer, h Rob.nson nr 

Marklmm. 
Bahan, Mrs. Jane, (wid David), h 29 Garri- 
son. 
Baigent, Richard, drawing-master, h 234 

George. 
Bailey, Edward, laiiorcr, li n a Davenport 

Road, four dooi's from York, Yorkville. 
Bailey, Elijah, engine-driver, h 39 Tecum- 

seth. 
Baily, Geo., Hour merchant, h 25 Mutual. 
BAILEY, HENRY, sole agent C. W. Wil- 
liams & ('o.'s wax thread sewing machines, 

Singer's improved sewing machines, and 

Lamb's knitting machines, 28 King w, h 

same. 
Bailey, Henrv, machine worker Jacques & 

Hay's. 
Bailey, John, carpenter, h 98 Richmond w. 
Bailey, John, butcher and provision dealer, 

286 Queen w, h .si\nu'. 
Bailey, John, painter N. R. C, h 22 Garri- 
son. 
Bailey, John T., hair-dresser, 2S5 King w, 

h 131 Jarvis. 
Bailey, Joseph, shoemaker, h 444 King e. 
Bailey, M., tea gardens, .n s Bloor w, opp 

Queen's Park gate, Yorkville. 
Bailey, Mrs. Helen, (wid Thomas), h 206 

Victoria. 
Bailey, ilrs. Susan, dressmaker, h Jarris nr 

Yonge. Yorkville. 
Bailey, Samuel, blacksmith, 103 King w, h 

1 45 Adelaide w. 
Bailey, Thos., book keeper, btls 141 Jarvis. 
Bailey Thomas, fruit and oyster dealer, 296 

Queen w, h .same. 
Bailie, Jglin, hardware, 266 Yonge, h same. 
Bailie, Mrs. Rosanna, wiii, h 38 Emma. 
Bailv, Thomas, niaehiiiist, Soho Fmindry. 
Baily, H. W., h e s College, Yorkville. 
Bain, Alex., laborer, h 19Ceu're. 
Bain, Hugh, machinist Soho Foundry. 
Buin, James, laborer, h 21 'Jross Ijnne. 
Bain, James, laborer, li 21 .Andei-son'a Lane. 
Bain, James, bookseller and stationer, 46 

King e, h 99 Shcrboume. 
Bain, James, traveller Sessions Turner & 

Co., bds Robinson House. 
Bain, James, jun., travelling agent, bds 99 

Sherbourne. 
BAIN, JOHN, (Paterson, Harrison k Bain) 

h 12 Carlton. 



I merchant 99 Yonge 

»m v..) 139 Brock. 
G.T.R., bds High 

;Crossou«:Co.),hl41 

student at law i 
irliament. 

Tlios.), caretaker of 
h 81 George, 
•er, li Rob.nson ur 

David), h 29 Garri- 

Aving-master, h 234 

r, 11 n .s Davenport 
1 York, Yorkville. 
[river, li 39 Tecum- 

lant, h 25 Mutual, 
le agent t'. W. Wil- 
ead sewing machines, 
wing nmeliiues, and 
liines, 23 King w, h 

le worker Jacques k 

, h 98 Kiolimond w. 
,nd provision dealer, 

. R. C, h 22 Garri- 

resser, 2Si King w, 

ker, h 444 King e. 

IS, . 11 s liloor w, opp 

orkville. 

ttid Thomas), h 206 

!ssniaker, h Jnrvis nr 

iiith, 1C3 King w, h 

■per, bils 141 .larvis. 
nd oyster dealer, 296 

266 Yonge, h same, 
vitl, h 38 Kiiima. 
ist, Solio Foundry, 
liege, Yorkville. 
19l>n;ie. 

Soho Foundry. 
21 'v'ross Ijnne. 
, 21 .Andei-son's Lane, 
r and station^', 46 
ime. 

Sessions Turner k 
ouse. 
relling agent, bds 99 

)n, Harrison k Ikdn) 



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Bain, John, baker, 311 Queen w, h same. 

Bain, John, policeman G. W. R., bda 37 
Melinda. 

Bain, John, tailor, bds 19 Centre. 

Bain, Norman, cai-penter, h 27 Queen e. 

Bain, Patrick, Loot & shoemaker, 1 80 ^ Queen 
w, h same. 

Bain, Robert, salesman J. Bain, bds 99 
Sherbourne. 

Bain, Thomas, laborer, 7 Renfrew. 

Bain, T. i'.., foreman tinsmith, bds Blair's 
Hotel. 

Bain, Wni., messenger Vickcr's express, bds 
Albion Hotel. 

Bainbridge, John, ftirmer, h 45 Bishop. 

Baines, Christopher C, accountant at H. L. 
Hime's, h 30 William. 

BAINES, HUGH, manager Toronto steel, 
iron, and railway works, h 2 Straclian av. 

BAINES, JOHN A., boat-builder, Yonge 
street wharf, h 45 Sayer. 

Baines, Mrs. Catharine, (wid Thomas), h 30 
William. 

Baines, Trevor, bds 30 William. 

Baird, Alexander, tavern-keeper, 141 Port- 
land, h same. 

Baker, Charles, manager A. Schack k Co., li 
17 James. 

Baker, Frank, laborer, h Douro. 

Baker, G. fitter G. T. R. Queen's Wharf. 

Baker, Guy S. lumber merchant, h 240 
Richmond w. 

Baker, James li. army medical staff, h 22 
Spailina Avenue. 

Baker, John, jr., J. D. Lewis k Co.'s, to- 
bacco works, h cor Victoria and Richmond. 

Baker. John H., ac^countant, a.ssistant secre- 
tary Victoria gold mining Co., 76 King 
e, h 74 CJerrard e. 

Baker, Mra. Agnes, charwoman, h 17 Emily. 

Baker, Mrs. Jane, (wid Robert), huckstress, 
108 Elizabeth. 

Baker, Mrs. Margaret, (wid John), h 343 
Little Richmond. 

Baker, Mrs. Mary, (wid Dr. Geo.), 34 John. 

Baker, Nathaniel, carriage-trimmer, h 98 
Sayer. 

Baker, Rev. Thomas, h 26 Gloucester street. 

Baker, T. F., peddler, 406 Yonge, h Yonge 
e s nr Hloor, r Cole's bakery. 

Baldwin, G., striker, U.T.ll 

Baldwin, James IJ. clerk, h Mashquoteh, To- 
ronto. 

Baldwin, John, laliorer, h 11 garrison. 

Baldwin, Joseph, laborer, bds 32 Queen e. 

Baldwin, Morgan, h 43 Duke. 

Baldwin, Mrs. Admiial Augustus, h 56 North. 

Baldwin, Mr.s. John, (wid John Spread), h 
41 Duke. 

BALDWIN, REV. E. , Episcopal, h 51 Duke. 

Baldwin Roiiert, h 14 Carlton. 

Baldwin, Robert, moulder, h 32 Queen e. 

Bahlwin, Robert R., student at law, 9 On- 
tario, Hull res Mashquoteh, Toronto. 



BALDWIN, WM., res Mashquoteh, Toronto, 
Baldwin, William, blacksmith, h 77Strachan. 
Bahlwin, William, striker, G.T.R. 
Baldwin, W. Wilcox, distributor of law 

stamps, Osgoode Hall, h William, Yorkville. 
Balfour, George, tailor, 33 to 37 King e, h 

137 Peter. 
Balfour, Capt. Henry, R.A., h 46 Welling- 
ton place. 
Balham, John, cabinet maker, bds 10 James 

street, w s. 
Balkwill, John, messenger, parliament bdgs. 

bds Metropolitan, hotel. 
Ball, John, giocer and provision dealer, 216 

Queen w., h same. 
Ball, J., machinist, Bulk's sash and door 

factory, cers Richmond and Sheppard, h 

112 Centre, 
Ballantyne, Robert, builder, b Hayden, n s) 
Balsam, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid of Lewis., 

tailoress, h 20 Victoria street. 
Bamlioo, John, salesman, 130 King e, bds 

Seaton. 
Bancroft, M. S., melodcon maker, b 27 Te- 

cumseth. 
Band, Wm. P, clerk Royal Insurance Com- 
pany, h 27 Denison avenue. 
Bandon L. laborer, h 567 Yonge. 
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, 

S. Taylor, managei-, cor of Yonge and 

Wellington. 
BANK OF MONTREAL, G. W. Yarker, 

acting nianngor, 30 Yonge, cor Front. 
BANK OF TORONTO, Wellington e cor 

Church, George Hague, ca.shier. 
BANK OF TORONTO BUILDINGS, Wel- 
lington e cor Church. 
BANK OF UPPER CANADA Trustee's 

office, Ontario Hall, Church, cor Court. 
Banks, /rthur F., clerk Western Ass. Co., 

h 299 Ci.urch. 
Banks, C. C, local supt. locomotive depart, 

G. T. H., h 425 King w. 
Banks, George W., clerk, 5 Ontario Hall, 

h 2H9 Church. 
Banks, Greenhow. clerk, bds 299 Church. 
Banks. James, shoemaker, h 139 Sayer. 
Banks, James, salesman, h e s Ramsey's Lane. 
Banks. Michael, laborer, h 208 Bathurst. 
Banks, Robt. G., book-keeper, h 299 Church. 
Banks, William H., assistant librarian. Me- 
chanics' Institute, bds 299 Church. 
Bannan, James, shoemaker, 7 Wellington 

e, bds 192 Victoria. 
Bannon, John, malster, bds 192 Victoria. 
BANSLEY, CHARLES, hairdresser, toys,. 

fancy goods, Ac, 71 King w, h same. 
Bansley, Michael, hairdresser, bds 71 Kingw. 
Bansley. Mrs. Ellen, wid Michael, h 107 St. 

Patricks. * 

Bantock, John, butcher, bds 289 Yonge. 
Banyard. Rev. William, bds 154 Sayer. 
BAPTIST BOOK-ROOM, 11 Kingw, Hoyes 

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BftptUt OhuTch, 27 Hitihmond e. 

Baptist Cb«ruh, Bond, w s, b«t Queen end 

-Shnter. 
Bwbenn. •Tamei,.pAttem maker, h 134 Bee<ih. 
BARBER. CHARLES, potash mannfacturer, 

Little Don, nr South Park, h 68 South 

Bark. 
Barber, George, librarian, Normal School, h 

lai Portland. 
BARBER, G. A., sec. Board of School Trus- 

teesjaud city, auditor, 69 Col borne, h Deu- 

ison Avenue. 
Barber, Henry, miller, Gooderham & Worts, 

bds 121 Parliament. 
Berber, Joseph, laborer, h 72 Duchess. 
Bather, Thoma«, engineer, h 40'High. 
Barber, W. B. C, 3rd teller Bank of Mon- 
treal, h College, nr St. Stephen's Churoh. 
Barbour, David, coachman, h 115 Beverley. 
Barchard, Wm., box manufacturer, Duke. 

s B, bet 117 and 127, h same. 
Barchard, Wm., carpenter, h 69 Sumach. 
Barclay, Charles, bar-tender, Revere House. 
Barclay, Joseph, shoemaker, 6 Elliott Place. 
BARCLAY, REV. JOHN, D.D., Established 

Church of Scotland, h 92 Adelaide W. 
Bard, T., fireman. G.T.R., bds Queen nr 

Denison Avenue. 
Barden, M., shoemaker, h Yonge, n s bet 

Beverley and Nottingham. 
Barefoot, James, laborer, h Clover Hill lane, 

nr Youge. 
Barefoot, James, junr., bds James Barefoot. 
Barford, James, laborer, St. Clements. 
Bark, Charles, }x)rter, h Seaton Village. 
BARKER, F. T., printer, advertising agent, 

and publisher Exhibiiion Advertiser, a 82 

Mutual. 
BARKER, GEORGE, (Geo. Barker & Co.,) 

h 40 Bond. 
BARKER, GEORGE, & CO., wholesale 

millinery and straw goods, 40 Yonge. 

(See advt). 
Barker, James, Steward Toronto Club, 77 

York. 
Barker, John, carpenter, G.T.R., h 104 

Boulton. 
Barker, Joseph, laborer, Trinity. 
Baiker, P. M., law student, bds Toronto 

University. 
Barker, Rosanna, (wid. Gilbert), boarding- 
house, 14 Temperance. 
Barley, Alfred, clerk P. O., h 259 Church. 
Barley, Edmund William, druggist, bds 269 

Church. 
Barley, Joseph, clerk Metropolitan AVater 

Company, bds 259 Church. 
Barlow, Miss Sarah, h 128 Brock. 
Barlow, Thomas, laborer, G.T.R., h Lum- 

ley, nr Queen. 
Barlow, Wm., carpenter, h 43 Edwaixl, s s. 
Bunjum, F. E. com. trav., h 44 D'Arcy. 
Barnaby, Edwin, clerk, bds 104 York. 



Barnard, Jolia, coafedtioDer, Tl K^on, J^ 
-Mine. 

Barnes, Alexander, book-keeper, SSQntcrio. 

Barnes, Charlei^ laJesman, HWaHon. 

Barnes, John, compositor Olobe, h 139 'Sim- 
coe. 

Barnes, John, laborer, h 17 Cherry. 

Barnes, Thomas, frame-maker R. D. Phil- 
lips', h 140 Brock. 

Barnett, John, carpenter, h 96 Victoria. 

Bameit, Thos. D., saddler, h 67 Hejrter. 

Barnhart, Noah L,, miller and produce 
dealer, h 184 Wellington w. 

Barnes, Fdward, pensioner, 77 University. 

Barr, John, agent Foulds & McCnbbins, 
clothing, 1 2 Ontario Chambers. 

Barr, John, com. trav., h 205 Jarvis. 

Barr, Matthew, insurance agt., h n s Ontoxio 
lane. 

Barr, W. J., boot and shoemaker, 313 King 
e, h same. 

Barratt, John, pensioner, h 86 Church. 

Barrntt, Mrs. Elicia, h 265 Queen w. 

Barrett, David, laborer, bds 87 Pine e. 

Barrett, John, laborer. Rolling Mills, h Par- 
liament. 

BARRETT, MICHAEL, M.A., M.D., Ist 
English master and Lecturer Chemistry 
and Physiology U. C. College, and Emeri- 
tus lecturer on Psychological Medicun:, 
Toronto School of Medicine, h same. 

Barrett, Michael, clerk, 17 and 19 King e, 
bds U. C. College, King w. 

Barrett, Mrs. James, washerwoman, h 87 
Pine e. 

Barrett, Richard, carpenter, h 98 William. 

BARRETT, R. G., (Ban-ett k Evans), h n s 
Bloor, ecor. Gwynne. 

Barrett, Walter H., clerk Bradstreet & Son* 
Improved Mercantile agency, bds Upper 
Canada College. 

BARRET & EVANS, (P.. G. Barrett and G. 
M. Evans), barristers, solicitors, &c., Nos. 
2 and 3 Ontario Chambers, Church. 

Barrick, E. J., M.D., physician and surgeon, 
276, Yonge. 

BarroTi, John, cabinet-maker, bds 10 James. 

Barron, John, boots and shoes, 149 King e 
and 38 W. Market Sq., h 24 McMahon. 

Barron, Laurence, employee G. W. R., bds. 
492 King w. 

Barron, Mrs. Margaret, 492 King w. 

Barron, Henry, Wm. ahoemaker, bds. 206 
King e. 

BARRY, GEORGE, (J. W. Barry k Son), 
h 12 Ontario. 

Bariy, J. W. (J. W. Barry & Son), res Brad- 
ford, Ont. 

BARRY, J. W., & SON, (J. W. Barrv& 
George. Barry), dealew in wool and hides, 
79 Colborne. 

Barrey, Robei-t, tinsmith, h. 114 Duke. 

BARRY, THOMAS B., barrister, fi York 
Chambers, Cofurt, h 28 Mercer. 



-keeper, 88 Onttrio. 

n, H Walton. 

• Olobe, h laQSlitt- 

17 Cherry. 

maker R. D. Phil- 

h 9tf Victoria, 
er, h 67 Heyter. 
iiller and produca 
;on w. 

er, 77 University. 
Ids & McCubbins, 
hambers. 
I 205 Jarvis. 
B agt., h n s Ontario 

loemnker, 313 King 

h 86 Church. 
265 Queen w. 
ids 87 Pine e. 
oiling Mills, h Par- 

. M.A., M.D., iBt 
jccturer Chemistry 
College, and Emen- 
lological Medicun:, 
icine, h same. 
17 and 19 King e, 
ig w. 
asherwoman, h 87 

ker, h 98 William. 
ett k Evans), h n s 

: Bradstreet & Sons 
agency, bds Upper 

R. 0. Barrett and G. 
solicitors, &c., Nos. 
bers, Church, 
^siclan and surgeon, 

iker, bds 10 James, 
shoes, 149 King e 
, h 24 McMahon. 
oyee G.W.R., bds. 

192 King w. 
Iioeniaker, bds. 205 

W. Barry & Son), 

ry k Son), res Brad- 

N, (J. W. Barry & 
in wool and hides, 

>, h. 114 Duke. 

, barrister, 6 York 

} Mercer. 



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Barry, Tm book^luapav, bd*^ City Aim* 

Hot^.- 
B«Ky,. Wni. Ml, merchMit, 2M Yongt, h 

same. 
SiRadate,, Wm., kecpgrLanatla Asylum, bdt 

same. 
Bavtlettt Richard, carpenter, IDi Terauley. 
Bartlett, William,, dwk., SI King «, h 104, 

Terauley: 
BARTLETT, W. R., supt. and commiaaioHer 
Indian vfiiursy Jordaa^ » b, oor King, h 
Davenport road. 
Barton, Chaties Lawis, oonduetor O.T.B., h 

a7« Yonge. 
Barton, Edward W^, btoom manufactut«r, h 

iDundu. 
Batton, George, builder, h 10 Lontsa. 
Barton, John, broom maHn(Woturei\ 9 k< 11 

Dundas, h stuna. 
Barton, John, labonr G, W. R., h Garrisoh 

Commons. 
Barton, Wm., salesman G. k J W. Cot k 

Co., bds same. 
Bartram, Wm., oarter, 24 k 36 Centre. 
Bartram, Thomas, wood> merchant, h IS 

Christopher. 
Bartworth, George, salesman G. & J. W Cox 

k Co., bds same. 
Barwick, Frederick D., barrister, h 88 8t, 

PfttnoW 
BASSETT k KEEBLE, (Thomas ]kbs<»tt and 
Harry Keeble) proprietorn, Piatt's Hotel, 
60 and 52 Nelson. 
Basaett, Thomas, (Bassctt & Keeble), Piatt's 

Hotel. 
Basso, Anthony, bnishmakcr, 534 Yonge, 

h same. 
Basso, Michael, tailor at 636 Yonge, bds 534 

Yonge. 
Baatedo, David, clerk, bds 45 Richmond e. 
Bastedo, Joseph A., derk Thompson & 

Burns, 40 Queen e. 
Baat«do, Joiin, book-keeper, 109 Kintg «, bds 

same. 
Batchelor, Jesse, butcher, bds 144 King w. 
Bate, Misses, M. k M., ladies' hair-dressers 
andhairmanufacturers, 31 King w, b same. 
Bates, John, laborer, h 532 Batharat. 
Bates, Joseph, tinsmith, bds 103 Sayer. 
Bates, Joseph, engine driver, bda 105 Sayer. 
Bates, Joseph, tailor, h 137 Centre. 
Bat4ia, Robert^ tailur,'. bds E Market squkta. 
Bath, John, striker, h 51 Bishop. 
Bath^ta, A., laborer, >Soho Foundry^ 
Battn*;k, C^iarles W., boardiugtboose, 4 

Shuter 
Battrick, S,, .sHloaman, Ms 4 Shuter. 
Bataford, J. D<, clerk 112 YoQge, h 15 Shu- 
ter 
Battersby, Miss M. A., 376 Yonge, h satDe. 
Battin, Atiss Maria, drefianiaker,.h HI Ade> 

laide w. 
Battiu, W. S., cleric^ Asslatant Supcnrinten* 
drtifs Office, O.T.R., h 127 Adelaide w. 



Bltttk^ James, paokar; 7^ Kiaff •; bda Vrail^ 

eriok. 
Bawdcn, Georn*, dbtbier, h 39 Albert 
BAXTEIi, ALMRMAlf JOH«, St. Pi*. 

riok'a Wardk h 30 St AndrtrtV; 
Bakter, John, vamisher,. 137' Eliiabeth. 
BAY HORSE HOTEL, Thotnaa Beet, pro- 
prietor, 137 & 139 Yonge. 
BAY STREET FIRE HALL, ea-Bayj not 

Temperance. 
Baylev, Frederick W., hattt«r, n39 Calttdton. 
Bayley, Mrs. Mary, (wid Henry L.,) fa S7t 

Mutual. 
BAYLIS, JAMES k CO., carpet* an* ©JB- 

cloths, 31 King e, and 16 Cblbomet 
B&ynall, Robert,, suction boas, h N. Rl 0. 

Wharf. 
Bays, Gtiorse, bds 84 Richmond W; 
Bazeley, Jolin, letter-carrier, 61 Rcnft^w; 
Beale, i'raiioia, hotel proprietor, 331 King'K 
Beale, Wiiliarn George, bootmaker, h it- 

Centre. 
Beamish, Richard, laborer, h 22SonthPinV, 
Beamister, William, book-keeper, 21 k-M 

King e, h 150 Jarvis. 
BBARD, GEDROET., (J. G. Beard & Soma); 

BEARD, JOSHUA G., (J. G. Beard fcSona' 

foundrj), h 98 Shuter. 
BEARD, J. 6. fcSONS, (George T.Johhw 
G. and S. W.), coal and wood merchants, 
itx)n founders and Btov<i nianufboturem; 
' storage and corn, cor Palace & East Market. 
Beard, Mrs. Bridget, h i%ar 60 Dummen 
Beai'ii, Airs. Sarah, (wid Joshua), h S12 

Jarvis. 
Beanl, Robert, Deputy Inspector Licemes, 

bds Globe Hotnl. 
Beard, Robert, painter, h 112 Terauley; 
BEARD, SAMUEL W., (G. W. Beard' to 

Sons), h 212 Jarvis. 
BKARDMORE, GEORGE L.. (Bea»dmol« ft 

Co.), h 260 Jarvis. 
Beardmore, Walter D., clerk, 6 W»llingt«M 

w, h 260 Jarvis. 
BEAKUMORE, G, L. k CO., «4iole9«te 

leather and findings, 6 Wellington w. 
BEARD'S COAL AND WOt)D YARD, 

Palace, cor e Market. 
BEARD'S WHARF AND ELEVATOR, 

Esplanade, foot of e Market. 
Beasfey, Geo., drover, h n s William, YoA- 

ville. 
Beaton, Ht-nry, manng«r, flS Yonge, hsaMe. 
Beattie, Christopher, carpenter, h WR&watd. 
Beuttie, James, cabinetmaker, h 144 Vitfttirili. 
Beattie, John, city missional'y, 1 SnMAt% 

block. Beech. 
BEATTIE, JOHN, (MofFatlv Murray M 

Beattie), n s William, Yovkvillc. 
Bcattiu,. RiehHt>d, fitter, h 22-Deiii«on. Avo; 
Beattv,, Adam, grooec,. 09 Bariceleyi h-MMMw 
Beat^v A^M^iHI'oeei' andiim>ia»at«li DtoWO 
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BEATTY & CHAD WICK, (Wm. H. Beatty 

& E. M. Chadwick), office 63 King e. 
Bcatty, Adani, bds 108 Adelaide e. 
Beatty, Alex., servant, h 73 Bloor. 
Beatty, Andrew, fonndryman, h 91 Terauley. 
Beatty, Charles, baker, Berkeley, e a bet 

Qut^en and Sydenham, h Parliament nr 

Queen. 
Beatty, James, laborer, bds 46 Terauley. 
Beatty, John, furnaceman, Soho foundry, 

h 28 Christopher. 
Beatty, Joseph, boots and shoes, 261 Yonge, 

h sumc. 
Beatty, Joseph W., book-keeper Wm. Ram- 
say & Co., bds 89 William. 
BP:ATTV, LUKE, prop Beatty's Hotel, 108 

Adelaide e. 
Beatty, Mrs. Ann, (widow James), h 29 

William. 
Beatty, Samuel, painter, h 68 Esther. 
Beatty,. Samuel, clerk, Toronto Xeoder office, 

bds Ilossin House. 
Beatty, Samuel, turnkey of gaol, h 113 Oak. 
Beatty, Samuel, (Beatty k, Townley), h 38 

Esther. 
Beatty & Townley (S. Beatty & Samuel 

Townley) painters, 299 Queen w. 
Beatty, Thomas, lessee of markets h 40 

Nelson. 
Beatty, Thomas, porter, Thomas May k Co., 

h 97 Terauley. 
Beatty, Wm., clerk post office, bds cor Par- 
liament and Queen e. 
Beatty, Wm. H., (Beatty & Chadwick), h 

290 King e. * 

Beaty, Charles, boots & clif^"3, 162 Yonge, h 

same. 
Beaty, George, keeper Lunatic Asylum, bds 

same. 
BEATY, JAMES, M. P., prop. Toronto 

Leader and Patriot, 63 Kinge, n 69 Nelson. 
Beaty, James, jr., (Patterson & Beaty), h 

301 Church. 
Beaty, John, clerk Custom House, h 262 

Parliament. 
Beaty, Miss Emma, h r 60 Dummer. 
Beaty, Robt., shoem'ker, 133Sumach,h same. 
Beaty, Robert, (Robert Beaty & Co.), h 172 

Jarvis. 
BEATY, ROBERT & CO., bankers and 

brokers, 63 King e. 
Beaty, R., fitter G. T. R. 
Beaty, Wm., laborer, h 380 Queen e. 
Beauchamp, Richard, furniture dealer, 91 

Queen w, h same. 
Beaumont, H. , student, bds 118 Wellington w 
Beaumont, Wm., salesman, 138 Yonge, bds 

1 Temperance. 
BEAUMONT, W. R., M.D,,h 118 Wellin- 

ton w. 
Beareu, J. H. law-student, bds 143 Bloor e. 
Beaven, Rev. James, D.D., h 143 Bloor. 
BiiAVER DRUGMILLS&LABORATORY, 

Lyman, Elliot Ic Co., proprietors. Palace. 



Beaver, George H., musician, 6 Lousia. 
BEAVER MUTUAL INSURANCE AS- 
SOCIATION, W. T. O'Reilly secretary, 

20 Toronto. 
BEAVER SODA WATER WORKS, John 

Shannon, proprietor, 406 Yonge. 
Bechly, Chnstian, shoemaker, cor Queen e 

and Dalhousie, h 40 McMnhon. 
Beck, John, salesman, 33 to 37 King e, bds 

same. 
Beck, Samuel, contractor for wells & drains, 

79 Boulton. 
BECKETT &SON, (C. C. &T. A.), groceries, 

wines, & liquors, flour and feed, Town 

Hall block, Yorkville, h same. 
Beckett, C. C, (Beckett & Son), Yonge, 

Yorkville. 
BECKETT, EDWARD, prop. Globe iron 

foundry, 42 Queen w, h same. 
Beckett, .1. carpenter, W. Burke. 
Beckett, Kii.hard, biiiiklayer, bds 88 Bav. 
BECKFORD, E. 0., contractor, h 242 Vic- 

toria. 
Beddoos James, painter, bds £5 Boulton. 
Bedley, Emanuel, laborer, h 86 George. 
Bedley, Mrs. Mary A., (wid John), h 882 

Queen e. 
Bedcly, Thomas, laborer, h 15 Emily. 
Bedtly, Thomas, dyer at 75 King w. 
Bedley, Wm., dyer ut 75 King w. 
Bedson, J. W. V. clerk, h. 72 Spadina. 
Bcdson, Samuel, contractor for garrison 

washing, h Skating Rink, Phcebee. 
BEE, DAVID, grocer and baker, 309 Church, 

h same. 
Beech, Charles, laborer, D. Crawford & 

Co., h 109 Ca;c!ine. 
Beekman, Robt'rt, accountant, (Ptitterson & 

Beatty), h Howard's buildings, Ma^ll. 
Begley, Mrs. Matilda, (wid Thomas), wash- 
erwoman, 207 Elizabeth. 
Beilby, James, clerk, bds. 72 Coroline. 
Beiley, E., innkeeper, Douro, cor Tecumseth. 
Belcher, Thomas L., entry clerk, A. R. 

McMaster& Bro., h 43 Sherbourfte. 
Belford, Charles, editor Leader, h 4 Carty's 

block, George. 
Belgrave, Thomas, waiter Ten*apin. King e. 
Belgoyne, Patrick, laborer, r 151 Elizabeth. 
Bell, Anthony, provision store, 356 Yonge, 

h same. 
BELL & CO., book and job printers, pub- 
lishers, &c., 70 King e. 
Bell, Edward, carpenter, bds 16 Isabella. 
Bell, Chaa, R., book-keeper, (Hurd, Leigh 

&Co.), h 165 Vanauley. 
BELL, CROWTHER & TILT, (John Bell, 

Q.C., James Crowther and James Tilt), 

barristers, City Buildings, cor Church and 

King. 
Bell, Daniel, cabinet-maker, h 496 King w. 
Bell, David, tailor, 17 Renfrew. 
Bell, De'cimus, draughtsman, Gundry k 

Langley, h 140 Victoria. 



ician, 6 Lousia. 
INSURANCE AS- 
O'tteilly secretaiy, 

'ER WORKS, John 

406 Yoiige. 

maker, cor Queen e 

fcMahon. 

33 to 37 King e, bds 

»r for wells & drains, 

. &T. A.), groceries, 
ur and feed. Town 
, h same. 
ett & Son), Yonge, 

, prop. Globe iron 

h sninc. 
V. Burke, 
layer, bds 88 Bay. 
ntractor, h 242 Vic- 

, bds £5 Boulton. 
er, h 86 George, 
(wid John), h 382 

p, h 15 Emily, 
t 75 King w. 
5 King w. 
h. 72 Spadina. 
ractor for garrison 
:ink, Phoebee. 
id baker, 309 Church, 

ir, D. Crawford & 

mtant, (Patterson & 
buildings, Ma^ll. 
wid Thomas), wash- 
;th. 

is. 72 Caroline, 
ouro, cor Tocumseth. 
entry clerk, A. R. 
[3 Sherbourne. 
Leader, h 4 Carty's 

er Terrapin. King e. 
rer, r 151 Elizabeth, 
n store, 356 Yonge, 

1 job printers, pub- 

e. 

, bds 16 Isabella. 

'cper, (Hurd, Leigh 

I TILT, (John BeU, 
ir and James Tilt), 
ings, cor Church and 

aker, h 496 King w. 

Lenfrew. 

Iitsman, Gundry & 

ia. 



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Bell, D., cleaner O.T.R., h Spadina Avenue 

near Patrick. 
Bell, Francis W„ law student Smith k 

Woods, IhIs 129 Church. 
Bell, Geo., house furnishing goods, 823 

Queen w. h same. 
Bell, Henry, plasterer, h 126 Seaton. 
Bell, James, salesman, has Gerrard, bet 

Sherbounie and Seaton. 
Bell, James, cutter, 10 J King e, h. Gerrard. 
Bell, John, clerk, 91 King e, h 371 Yonge. 
BELL, JOHN, Q.C., (Bell, Crowtherfc Tilt), 

h 126 Adelaide. 
Bell, J. E. operator, Montreal Telegmph Co., 

bds 35 Melinda. 
Bell, Micha«!l, laborer, 1 Trinity, h South 

Park e. 
Bell, Mrs. Agnes, (wid James), h 2364 Ter- 

auley. 
Bell Mrs. Susan E., (wid Geo. C. D.), h 166 

Vanuuley. 
Bell, Richard, store-keeper, h 24 Centre. 
Bell, Robert, painter, h 22 Camden. 
Bell, Robert John, cabinet-maker, bds 51 

Richmond e. 
Bell, Samuel, (Bell & Co.), h 82 Seaton. 
Bell, Thomas, wood and coal dealer, office 

199 Queen W. 
Beil, Thomas, salesman Golden Lion, h 37 

Mercer. 
Bell, Thomas, (Shaver & BrII), hlO Victoria. 
BjII, Thomas, bricklayer, h r 16 Isabella. 
Bell, Wm., engiiietf, h 21 Bishop. 
Boll, Wm., builder, h 371 Yonge. 
Bell, Wm., painter, h 40 and 42 Camden. 
Biill. Wm. R., r 34 Teranley. 
Bellmore, John, laborer, h 123 Robinson. 
B ELTON, JOHN, leather and findings, h 

808 Yonge. 
Bender, Charles, (Heintzman & Co.), h 479 

Yonga. 
Bengal, Benjamin, waiter Queen's Hotel, 

bds 183 Centre. 
Benjamin, Moses, tobacco~'st, 824 Queen w, 

h same, 
'^eith, John, carver, bds 100 Church. 
Bennett, Alexander, telegraph operator 

Queen's Hotel, bds same. 
Bennett, Charles A., foreman baker 138 

Yonge, h 32 Richmond. 
Bennett. Charles, telegraph operator G.T.R., 

bds Globe Hotel. 
Bennett, Charles A., baker, h 62 Richmond w. 
Bennett, Edwin Glover, clerk P.O. 2nd d 

n 8 Haydeu nr Yonge. 
Bennett, Mrs. Elizabeth, second-hand store, 

109 Queen w, h same. 
Bennett, Mrs. Frances, (wid Humphrey,) h 

'If/ Nelson. 
Bennett, Frederick, chair-maker, h 9 Dale. 
Bennett, Henry, tobacconist, h 63 Louisa. 
Bennett, Henry, engineer elevator N.R.C., 

h 427 Little Richmond. 
Bennett, Mrs. J., (wid Thomas, )h 32 Queen e. 



Bennett, James, plumber J. Ritchie, h w ■ 

Pine, bet Oak and Don. 
Bennett, James, cutter, 11 WeUington W; h 

37 Centre. 
BENNETT, JAMES, tavern-keeper and 

bowling-alley, 18 Terauley, h same. 
Bennett, James, carpenter, bds 106 Sayer. 
Bennett, John H., salesman 109 King e, h 

100 Parliament. 
Bennett, John, H., salesman, h 166 Duchess. 
Bennett, Joseph, brakeman, bds 106 Sayer, 
Bennett, Joseph H., city engineer, h 43 

Agnes. 
Bennett, J. 0., post office department, h74 

Bishop. 
Bennett, Robt, forem'nE.M.Camithers&Co. 
Bennett, Robert, barrister, h Gwynne cor 

Bloor, Yorkville. 
Bennett, Sanniel, brewar, bds 8 Palace. 
Bennett, Samuel, porter G. W. R. freight 

office. 
Bennett, Samuel, laborer, h 8 Palace. 
Bennett Samuel, laborer, h {14 Queen w. 
Bennett, Wm., laborer, h 134 Richmond w. 
Bennie, David, baker at 171 King e. 
Bensley, David, brass finisher, J. Ritchie. 
Benscm, Joseph, printer, h Genardbet Seaton 

and Sherbourne n s. 
Ben.son, Joseph, laborer, h9 Niagara. 
Benson, Joseph, employee N. R. C, h 9 

Niagara. 
Benson, William, teamster, bds cor Terauley 

and Gerraril. 
Bentland, George, laborer, h 18 Walton. 
Bentley, Thompson R,, printer, newsdepart- 

mant Telegraph office, h 49 McMahon. 
Berfoot, George, laborer, h 22 Queen w. 
Bergen, James, 387 King e, h Game. 
BERGFELD, LOUIS W., prop. Royal Arms 

Hotel, 212 Queen w. 
Bergin, Thomas, laborer, h CS Regent. 
Berkinshaw, Edwin, salesman, 194 and 196 

Yonge, bds 98 Richmond e. 
Berkinshaw, John, clerk, bds 98 Ri hmond e. 
Berkinshaw, Thomas, commercial traveller, 

h 98 Richmond e. 
Berrie, John, (Berrie & Brisbane), h 338 

Queen w. 
Berrie & Brisbane, bread and biscuit bakers, 

333 Queen w, h same. 
Berrigan, James, sailor, h r 77 Stanley. 
Beny, Alfred, carriage house & sign painter, 

r 15 Agnes, h cor Church and Wood. 
Rerry G. H., salesman, Gordon & Mackay, 

h 47 Richmond e. 
Berry, G. W., salesman, bds Niagara House. 
Berry, James, ""arriei and general blackEmilb, 

111 Richmond w, h 180 same. 
Berry, John, shoemaker, h 49 Boulton. 
Berry, Robert, fisherman, h 22 Centre. 
BeiTy Wm., h 106 St. Patrick, 
Berry, Wm., teamster, h 171 Jjumley. 
BERRYMAN, CHARLES V., M.D,, Jaivii 

nr Yonge, Yorkville. 



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B£R'rHON, OEOUGiK T.„ portmil) {Aintcr, 

MKii«wi, IfSHGliateh. 
Bertram, David, stora-keeper, li S8 Centiv. 
Bcvtram, ThAUMi,. at»n and txvnrBi 179 

Centre, b aamo. 
Beaooby,. Kdwaid, litne and atom raercliant^ 
fiapltttiMde, cor W. Marked ma Limelieuse, 
Ont. 
Baafbrd, John, olerk, h 53 QurrakKL 
Baat, John, grocer, 213 Sayer, b xamti. 
BiKSWICK, JAMES, groc'eriea and li4tttor>> 

26 W. Market, b same. 
Bethell, Francis, watobmaker and jeweller, 

234 Yonge, h same. 
Bethell, Mni< Maiy, (wid FraDois)^ bda 14>3 

Elizabeth. 
Bethell, Thomas, teamstar, h 44 EmmD. 
Betbune, K. H., manager Quebec Bank, h 

Bbvcrley \r s cor Baldwin. 
BOTHUNE, Rt. Uev. A. S^., D.D., D.C.L., 
Lord Bialiop^f T'Onxtto, Palac*) 80 Bever- 
ley. 
Batter, Miaa Bliiabeth, waiburwonian,. Itds 

223 Elizabetii. 
Botltf Jobn, propi Betz'a Hotel, EsiUanade 

oor^imcoe. 
Be van, Jobn W., cMper and native grai)e 

wine maoiifauturer, 622 Yt^nge, b same. 
Koran, O. T., mautiiuist and cooper, 466 

Yonge, b same. 
Beverley, Henry, b 79 and 81 York. 
Bevington, Jobn, tireman G.T.K., bds 75 

Peteri 
Beviu8t Stopbon, lalMrer, b 99 lUcbmond e. 
Bexfiekl, Thomas, gardener, bda with James 

Koy, w 8 College. 
Beyer, John, shoemak*^ h'55Dm:besN. 
Bealey, Guergu JI(.H joopers, ea Yonge 

nr Bloor, Yorkviiie. 
Bezley, George, (G. & H. Bezley) b William, 

Yorkville, 
Bezley, Henry. (O. & H. Bezley), b William. 
Bitskel, John, moulder, h 162 Elizabeth. 
BIClvERBTAFF k BRO., (R. G. & T. Bick- 
erstatn, grocerieti. Hour and feed, 243and 
245 Queen w. 
Bickerstaff, Joseph, grocer, flour and feed, 

'i7& Yonge, h same. 
Bickerstaff, R. C, (Bickerstaff 4 Bio,), h 

243 Queeu^W. 
Biukerstaif, Tv, (Bickerstaff k Bro.), h 2U 

Queen w. 
Bivklbrd, Henry, l)ook/<kaep«r, bds Clyde 

Hotel. 
Bidwtdt, Jamev, sailor, . h 50 North Park. 
BiQ&UOW, N. GOBDCUli;.ban-ister, Whltte- 

more's blgs.,.TocMtto>w«. 
Biggi|)% MMkaftl, laborer, h 188 Pine w. 
Billing, James, carptater, h>62 High. 
Bilk, T. H., botoiier, OaQneea w, h«an«. 
Bilton,, Mias' iSmXyi piival*' sulvool^ h 69 

Bilton, Geo. A., Ktlesman, It M-Ann. 



BUtoir, G. Uasher, dnirynwDi h 67 DulMi 
Bilton, Jobn, painter, (lajMr hmger and 

gltuier, h Si Agnea. 
Bilton, Mrs. Mary Ann, (wid>, h 50< Antf. 
Bilton, Thomafl< bodc-keaper^ h 77 Htofih 

mond w. 
BILTOM, WM., importer of foraif^ and 

donieatib fruits, confeetionery, kti., IM 

King e and 188 Yonge, b 121 Kingej 
Biiinett, Andrew, uaiip«iit«>r, b«U 47 otlyeV. 
Binated Jobn, furniture dealttr, 321 Yoligf; 

b same. 
Bintum, George, laborer, h 18 Wilton. 
Birch, Carl, cbipk, bda 42 Oerrard w. 
Birch, Clmrles, Sportmau Saloon, 85 Yeitge, 

b same. 
BIRCH ALL, T. W., managing direetor.B. 

A. Ins. Co., Chmvb cor Court, h M 

George. 
BirchalT, T. Shivers, mail clerk Union dejlati 

b 56 George. 
Bird, Charles G., mivdc teacher, ii r 95 « 

Park. 
Bird, H. & E. (Heni^ k Edward), botchevsi 

323 Yonge, b same. 
Bird, Patrick, laborer, h 33 Cedar. 
Bird, P()ter« fniit dealer, HA St IjKWretief 

Ai-cnde, and 279 Queen, OT79 Quoe&*w. 
Bird, Saniuol, jwnsioner, h 66 Batburtit. 
Bird, W. J., butcher, 235 Yonge, b same. 
Biniey, J. k J. L. (J. k J. L. Biniey), milk 

meivhauts, 70^ Queen w. 
Bimey, John L. (J. & J. L. lUrney), h 70} 

Queen w. 
Birney, Joseph (J. k J.L. Birncv), Tea 

Bronte. 
Hirnie, David^ checker G;T.R. freight dfipb, 

h 112 Sjyidina Avbuuc. 
Birnie, Mrs. Grace, boarding school, 100 

Bond, h same. 
BimiinKbam, Mrs. Jane, (wid Henry), 160 

Elizabeth. 
Birtcb, Robert S., barrister, ko., u e eor 

Court fe Toronto, b 6 Garrard. 
Biscoc, Frederick, law student Crooks, 

Kingsmill k C«ttunucb, bda 82 Beverisy^ 
Biscoe, Mrs. Alorgarct, (wid), h 82 Bevef 

ley. 
Bhi)io{^ James, hotel proprietor, 294 King-ei 
Risliop. Jobn, butcher, h 34 Louisa. 
Bislroii^ Robert, conductor G. W. R,, b 96 

Charles. 
Bidwp, P. B. time-keepcr, N. R. C, 
Bispbum, Servctns, di-aogbtswan Toronto 

Steel, Iron & Railway 'Wa>rks Co., hnigh. 
BiviiiSiF., Itostlar H. Doane, h?:'' Ceatre^ 
BLACHFORD, ANTHONY, bo«a and 

shoes,. 107 King e and book^keepm f 

Wellington c, h 30 Cailton. 
Bhiehford. Charles E., clerk A^ Blacbford,.ll 

30 Carlvtou. 
Bhtclifont, Jloracc, E., clerk A. Bludtfonl^ 

b 30 Cnrleton. 
Blachionl, John, carjienter, h llSKi^a. 



ftMn, lv87 DniMi 
pai>«r hanger ud 

, (wid>, k5»Aiifi. 
k(t«p«i\ li 71 Kiotf- 

irtar of foraij^ Mi<d 
!ectionery, kn., 131 
e, h 121 Kiiigo< 
iU>T, Ma 47 MytHe. 
deitlw, 321 Yottgr; 

•, his WiltMi. 

12 Gerianl w. 

n Saloon, 85 Y-OHge, 

itanaging director. B. 
h cor Court, h M 

il clerk Union depett 

\o teaolter, h r 95 a 

: Edward), botchen^ 

1 33 Cedar. 
L'r, M St IjHtrreucf 
len, x?^7& (iuoeft'w. 
■, b 66 Bathviret. 
35 Yonge, h samB. 

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w. 



J. L. Bimey), milk 
F. L. lUrney), h 70t 

J.L. Birncy), ret 

>;T.B< freight depb, 

oarding achoolt 100 

i>, (wid Henry), 160 

rister, ko., u e eor 
Garrard. 

student Crooks, 
I, bds 82 Bererioy^ 
(wid), h 82 Bevel' 

>})rietor, 204 King<«i 

ti 34 Louisa. 

tor G. W. R,, li 80 

er, N. R. C. 
shtsuian Toronto 
^ka Co., h High. 
>oane, h 7;' ' Ceatve^ 
iONY, boMS and 
ind book^keepar f 
ii'lton. 
erk'A. Blacbfordf-h 

dork A. BliubfoHl^ 

:«r, h 113 Kdlson. 



AUVEKTISEMENTS. 




THE 0-A-2Sr-A. 13-A. 

imantile fwtcttive ^$S0tiatian, 



UNDER A BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
EstabliHlivU i'or the €ollr<'tioii of all UIikIk of llebts and Accounts. 

AND I' 

FURNISHING SUBSCRIBERS WITH INFOR...MnON AS TO STANDING OF PARTIES 

The .Miiiiaf,'«r.s, Mt%sr.s. Ciimm.i'.s .t IIinti'.I!, wduM Ipo gliul ii inti'iitliiig Siili.sorilif is 
would call id tlit^ Ottircs, wlicvr- tln'y will ipcoivd cvoiy iiilornmtioii an to the working of tlif 
As.sociatioii, as tlicy will liiid it iiiiiKssibk', owing t<> tiie pressure- of bu.sincss, to wait pci- 
soiinlly upon all to'wlioin tin' jinispottus lias been sent. 

Subscii'iitioiis. ^."i pi raiimini, t'ni' wliiili six ai'counts iirc c'llkiliMl ),'riiti.s. 

Cases in tin' Division Coiiits in town and cmintry attondrd id, 

Ofllcc no Toronto Street, Toronto, Ontario. 



To Architects, Builders, &c. 
GEOlKiE ARMITAGE, 

Architectural Modeller, 

WC;iTLI»Xt>lt, AND 

CARVER IN STONE AND WOOD, 

AI<«o, .Hiiniiriu-tnrcr of 

STONE ii MARBLE MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES. 

BnptiHiriul I'^oiitn, tSfcf. cfec. 

Yiuil and Shop on <iould Sticcl, bctwuen Yongc and Viitona Stivets, near the Normal 
and iModid Schools, Toronto, t)ntario. 

N. B.— Casts taken IVoni Mving and Dtud subjects. 

ysT. C. A.Di^LMS, L. D. S.. 




OSKiii^St.East, 




Toronto, Out. 



Begs to inform the public that he is using a New Anaesthetic Agent for 

Best Hinenil Teeth iiisertetl in a manner to suit eacli Patient. 

Particular attention given to tlie rosulation of CiiiLDRENs'TKETir. Cou uiltatiou free aiid ali, wobk 
WABRASTED. Reference to Db. Mav, of the liflucational Departmont. 



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IMPROVED MERCANTILE AGENCY, 



HEAD OFFICE, 

247 BROADWAY, N.T. 



TORONTO OFFICE. 

BANK TORONTO BUILDING. 



BRANCH OFFICES IN THE FOLLOWING CITIES : 

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UOSTON. i l.oUISVII.Lr,. IMIlXJUmill, 

(HAHI.ESTOX MKMI'HIH. ItlC IIMOND. 

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C'INX'INNATTI. MONTH K A I, (Canada.) j HT. LOUIS. 

CI.KVEI.ANIV I NEW oltl.l'.ANM. I lOltoMO (Cuniula.) 

Subsoribi'is to our Agi'iicy will lie lunii»lioil soiiii-iimimilly wllli a cojiy nf ci\ii' Hipiwis, cniitainiiig llie 
utaliUing of the Hnnkerrt. Monlianls, MaiiiiliKtiiii;rs, Traiicis. tn'., in (niiaila aihl tin; I'lMviiicrx, levisnl 
and fonvnted to date. Also a 

Showing all Ihe biisiuesa cliaiiKCs, and will lie iirivilpgtd lo make (Micjllrifs at onr ofllce, citlirrin jii'ison ov 
by letter. I'or terms and fintln'r liartiiiilars apjily at our ollice. 

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American designs A good assortment alnays on iiand. 



WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL IIEAIJ':!! IN 

Hiieeting:, Flooring-, Hlielvliig, fedni* Posts, &e„ &<•., 

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Black, Davidson, law student Smith & 

Woods, h James, Yorkvillo. 
Black, Edward, engine-driver O. W. It, h 

90 Niagiirn. 
Black, John, clerk, h 259 Queen p. 
Black, John, clerk, h 121 Berkeley. 
Black. Jonathan H., printer Lauler o^ct^ h 

103 Centre. 
Black, Joseph wood sawyer, h 213 Bishop. 
Black, Mrs. Nlary, (widow), hi? Victoria. 
Black, Mrs. Mary, (wiil John), h r 14 Agnes. 
Biack, Tile Misses Mary, Funny and Jane, 

aeaiiistresses, ii 120 Centre. 
BLACK, NOURIS, manufacturer of artificial 

liinhs, and ngciit for the Singer Sowing 

MachiiKis, 18 King e, h 181 Kichmond w. 

(See advt.) 
Black, Tlioniiis, lahorev, h (iOS Yoiige. 
Black, W. M. C.. saddler, l.ds 100 Church. 
Black, Will., polici'inaii, ii r 32 Agnes. 
Black, Win., liiirness iniiker, h 181 King e 
BLACK BULL HOTEL, Mrs. Margaret 

I'lirdy, proprietress, cor Queen w & Maria. 
Black Horse Hotel, Capt. Win. (,'ox, prop 

24 k 2rt Talace. 
Blackbird, Oeo., hotel-keeper, 234 Front w. 
Blarkhurn, Oeorge, book-keeper A. H. Mc- 

Master & Bro., litis. 51 Queen e. 
Blackburn, Jolin, liook & joii printer, 9*' 

Yoncje, li Rosedale. 
BLACK iUJRN, ROBERT, professor of music, 

h 101 Turauiey. 
Blackluirn, Tiiornton, (col'd), laborer, h 42 

'South Park. 
Blackhall, CUiarles, compositor Glohe, bds 

99 Dalhousie. 
Blackhall, Edw., bookbinder, h 99 Dalhousie. 
BLACKHALL, JOSEPH, bookbinder 74 

King e, h 44 Gerrard w. 
Blackiiall, Wm., bookbinder, 1> llSVictoria. 
Biackie&Son.publishingagenoy, r 30 Kini^e. 
Blackman, Stephen, baggage-master G.T il., 

h r Union depot. 
Blackinore, James, carpenter, h 36 Robinson. 
Blackmore, Wm., stationary engine-driver 

G. T. R., h 300 Adelaid3 w. 
Blacksmith's Arms Hotel, Richard Smith 

prop, 440 (^ueen w. ' 
Blackwell, John, messenger Canadian Bank 

of Commerce, h same. 
Blackwood, Thomas F., clerk 36 King e, h 

Yorkville. 
BLAIKIE & ALEXANDER, (John L. 

Blaikie & Wm. Alexamler), accountants, 

brokers and estate agents, Jordan, w s, 

cor King. 
BLAIKIE, JOHN L., (Blaikie & Alexander), 

h 364 Jarvis. 
BLAIN, D., (Blain, Ferguson & Parkinson), 

h 291 Jarvis. 
BLAIN, FERGUSON & PARKINSON, 

(D. Blain, Thomas Ferguson, & R. AV. 

Parkinson), barristera and solicitors, 74 

Yon^e. 

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Blain, Hugh, book-keeper, bds 189 Church. 
iJlain, James, .-etired, bds 189 Church. 
Blair, Miss Eliza, matron Branch Lunatic 

Asylum, Queen's Park. 
Blair, Hugh, keeper Branch Lunatic Asylum, 

bds same. 
Blair, John, prop. Blair's hotel, 73 & 76 

Nelson e. 
Blair, John, laborer, 25 Spadina ave. 
Blair, Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 388 

Yonge. 
Blair, Robert, steward. Branch Lunatic 

Asylum, Queen's Park. 
Blair, Wm. fireman G. T. R., h King, nr 

Peter. 
BLAIR'S HOTEL, John Blair prop., 73 k 

75 Nelson. 
BLAKE EDWARD, M.A., Q.C., M.P. & 

iM.P.P., (Blake, Kerr & Wells), h Vaughan 

rd, tp York. 
Blake, .1. N., barrister, 19 Toronto, h same, 
Blake, John, wool buyer, h 34 Givins. 
Blake, John, bds 88 Bav. 
BLAKE, KERR, & WELLS, (Edward Blake. 

M.A., Q.C., M.P. k M P.P., Samuel H. 

Bluke, James K. Kerr, R. M. AVells, M.A., 

and J. W. Fletcher), barristers. Masonic 

Hall. 
Blake, Richard B. , commision merchant. 

520 Queen w, h r 820 Queen w. 
BLAKE, SAMUEL IL, (Blake, Kerr & 

Wells), h n s Bloor, Yorkville. 
Blakelv, David, (-hairmaker Jactjues & 

Hay's, h 68 Gt-rrard. 
Blakely, John, provision store, 155 Berkeley. 
Bl.akeley, Joseph, h 80 Spadina ave. 
Bhikelev, Josh, striker G.T.R., h Camden, 

cor Brock. 
Blakely, Miss Margaret, matron, Magdalen 

Asylum, h Yonge, Yorkville. 
Blakeley, N., carpenter, h 38 D'Arcy. 
Blakely, W. G., butcher, bds 36 Kingw. 
Blak(!y, John, prop. Liverpool Hotel, 66 

Wellington e. 
Blakey, Airs. Margaret, (wid. Robert), hll6 

Queen e. 
Blakey, Thomas, cab driver, h 9 Stanley. 
Blancli, Thos., laborer, h Front, footSimcoe. 
Bland John, (Bland & Leask), h 5 Walton, 
Bland k Leosk, (John Bland & A. R. Leask}, 

dry goods and clothiers, 178 Yonge. 
Bland, Wm., cutter, 33 to 37 King e, h 

98 Victoria. 
Blaney, Thomas, btls 100 Boulton. 
Blashford Wm. H. iron moulder, h Edward 

nr Terauley. 
Blakeley, Robert, harness-maker Taylor & 

Shipley, bds 116 Queen e. 
BLEVINS & DUGGAN, (John Blevins and 

George F. Duggan), barristers &c., City 

Buildings. 
BLEVINS, JOHN, (Blevins & Duggan), 

h 319 Parliament. 
Blewitt, George A., bds 11 Nelson. 



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Kligh, John, (loddkT, li e s lUnisey'a lani*. 
Hliffht, Waltiir, clerk Uio« licwis k Son, bd.i 

Yorkville. 
BLIGHT, WM., in»i»eutor Prov. Ins. Co., 

li 62 North. 
Blogg, .roliii, drug clerk 169 King «, Ma 203 

Jiirvis. 
BLOM FlKIil), V. .1., sei'retaryCiinwlian Land 

and Krnignition Co., Hiiuk Toronto big, h 

Foxley Crescent, l)unda.s. 
BLOX(}, KUWAIM), (U. k F.. Blong), res 

King Street road. 
Blong, (it'orgc, grocerie.i and provisiona, 222 

l^neen v. 
BLONC, H. & K.,iHcnry.fe Kdward Blong), 

butchers, 3 & .') St. Luwrciict) Market. 
BLON(}. IIKNllY, (11. it K. Blong), res 

King Street road. 
Bloomer, Mr.s. S.uah, (widow), 286 (Jatherinc. 
Bloxaoin, Mr.s. Hanu.ih, (wid Dan'l), h 298 

King c. 
Blntnr. Mi(^hai'l, druggist, 117 (,>ueen w, h 

same. 
Blunientlml, Ady, general dealer, 210 King 

e, it .same. 
Blyth, Wni. O., clerk A. k S. Nordlioinier, 

bds Qui-en, nr (.'liurch. 
Board ot Health (Ulicc, Itj.'i York. 
Boardiuau, Kdward, carpenter, h 286 Sumach 
Boardiinin, tieorgi^, agent, h 3.5 Denison Av. 
Boatman, ('iiarlea, general blacksmith, 486 

Queon w., h 488 Queen w. 
Bocock, Alfred, butcher, h w a College, 

Yorkville. 
Boddy, Edward H., paper-hanger, bds 21 

Britain. 
Bmldy, James, carpenter, h 21 Britain. 
Boddy, John, ch'.Muist Lyman, Klliot k Co. 
Boddy, Mis.s L., assistant ti.'acJu'r I'ark Street 

Scliool. 
BODDY, H1-:V. S. J., (St. Peter's Episco- 
pal), h 112 Windiester. 
Bodwell, Andrew Murray, student, bds 225 

Church. 
Body, Janjes, usst druggist. King w, h 5 

Soutli Bark. 
BOECKH, CHAULES, brush nmnufaeturer, 

98 Berkeley, h 128 Duche.ss. 
Boggs, Mr.s. Alargarct, (wid), h Syilenliani, 

Yorkville. 
]}OLAiM, JOHN, prop Butcher's Arms Ho- 
tel, cor East Market and Palace. 
Boland, John, cleaner N.U.C. 
Boland, Patrick, cleaner N.U.C. 
Boland, Patrick, caretaker 54 York, h siime. 
Boles, .Janu'S, In'oorer, h 103 Oak. 
Boles, Johii, cart owner, h 103 Oak. 
Bolster. Henry (■., chemist, 41 King e, bds 

7 Alice. 
Bolster, L., ledger-keei^r Canwdian Bank of 

Commerce, h 211 Elizabeth. 
BOLSTEU, LAUNCELOT O., superinten- 
dent Metroijolitan Water Co., 20, 21 and 

23 Exuhaug<t bigs, h 211 Elizabutlu 



lk>lton, Chaa., ]iaeker, 93 Kinge, b<ls26 Duke. 
Bolton, Charles, undertaker, h 35 Alice. 
BOLTON, JOHN P., grocer and provitiou 

merchant 18 Palace, h 29 Duke. 
Bonur, Samuel, lalwrer, h 29 Dununer. 
Bond, John, dealer in cabinet ware, 201 aud 

209 King H, h 209 King e. 
BOND, J(H1N, prop Ontario Livery Stables, 

Hheppard, nr Uichmond, h 16 Sheppard. 
BOND, JOHN P., livery stalde, h 20 Louisa. 
Bond, Joseph, hose-driver. Bay, bds (iitncral 

Wolfe Hotel, Church. 
Bond, Mrs. Joseph, 114 Elm w. 
Bond, Mrs., Duke, cor Ontario. 
Bond, Uobert, livery stn))lc, bds 16 Bond. 
BOND STUEET CON(iKE(;AT10NAL 

CIirKCII, cor Bond ami Cruicksliank. 
BO.ND STUEET UEcUILAU BAPTIST 

CHUUCH, Bcv. T. F. (.'ahlicutt, h cor 

Bond and Could. 
Bond, Thomas r, 28 St. Joseph. 
Bond, Thoimus, boot-litter, h 6 Ellit>tt i'lace. 
Bondidicr, Joseph, tailor, h 136 .larvis. 
Boiu', J(din, carpenter, h 115 University. 
Boner, Thomas, dairyman, h 37 ^nn. 
Boner, Wni., <'arpentcr, h r 43 ( urlton. 
Bonham, Wni. 11., taih)r. h 219 Elizabeth. 
Bonnell, Win., commercial agent, h 125 

Cliurch. 
Bonner, Mrs. Eliza, hairdresfier, h 88 Agnes. 
Bonner, James, clerk Alerrick Bros., bds 37 

Ann. 
Bonner, John, clerk " Flags of all Nation.s," 

bds 37 .'\nii. 
Bonner, Mr.s. Maria, seamstress, h Queen e, 

nr Pine. 
Bonner, Miss, ladies' hainlresser, bds 117 

Tcraulej'. 
Bonnick, .Joseph, butcher, 377 Yonge, h 

Yorkville. 
Boole, John, tailor and ixibeniaker, h 

Cruicksliank. 
BOOMEU, A. K., commission merchant, 

produce dealer, insurance broker ai<d sole 

agent for FairlMinLi' Scalen, 93 Kinj; w, h 

64 William. 
Boomer, Mrs. Fanny, (wid George), 76 

William. 
Boomer, George A., student-at-law, h 64 

William. 
Boomer, James, clerk Mollatt, Murray k 

Beattic, bds 34 Nelson. 
Boomer, .Joseph B., book-keeper, h 64 Wil- 
liam. 
Boomer, W. Henry, cabinet-maker, h 34 

Nelson w. 
Boomer, Wm. M. accountant, bils 64 Wil- 
liam. 
Boon, Lsaac, carpenter, bds W. Mould. 
Bootli, Alex., machinist, bds 9 Louisa. 
Booth, Curtis, laborer, r 134 Beech. 
BOOTH, G. &W., (Georguand Wm.), house, 

sign and ornamental painters, paiwr hang- 
ers, &c., 32 Adelaide e and 47 King w. 



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e, Ms 26 Duke. 
I 35 Alice. 

and proviaion 
hike. 
Duin trior. 

ware, 201 and 

I, i very Stables, 
lt> Hheppard. 

e, 1 1 21) l.ouisu. 
y, b(U (iiMieral 

w. 
ii), 

hIs 16 Uond. 
KdATIONAL 
'iiicki^liank. 
\U IJATTIST 
'iililiiott, h col- 
li). 

f, KUiDtt I'laci;. 
I'M] .lat'vis. 

University. 
37 \nn. 
i:j ( Hilton. 
219 Kli/al)('tli. 
agent, li 125 

n'Y, li S8 Agnes. 
k Uio.s., bds 37 

of all Nations," 

ress, li Queen e, 

resser, bds 117 

377 Yoiige, li 

ubeniaker, h 6 

ision merchant, 
broker ainl sole 
n, 93 Kin^ w, h 

id (jL'orge), 76 

nt-at-law, h 64 

lutt, Murray & 

eper, li 64 Wil- 

jt -maker, h 34 

It, IkLs 64 Wil- 

W. Mould. 
9 9 Louisa. 
; Ikeeli. 

nd Wni.), house, 
er.i, paiwr bong- 
d 47 King w. 



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195 



Bootli, (ienrgi>, (G. k W. Booth), h 23S Jar- 
vis. 
Booth. Deorgi!, (Mipper smith, 26 Kiehiuond 

w, h 115 Adelaide w. 
Booth, (ieo.-ge H., a8.sititant in City Kiigi- 

neer'n olllne. 
Booth, Henry, jun., eupiiciMinith, h 21 1>»1- 

hoii.sie. 
Booth, Henry (5., (Booth i Son), h 17 Aliee. 
Bootli, .laini'N, I'oiitractor, King, eor Niag- 
ara, h 8 Dun. 
Booth, .loliii, eonfei'tioner, 131 York, h 

same. 
Booth, .lohii, eonfitetioner, 102 Adelaide 

w, h same. 
Booth, .lolin S., tobatvo worker, h 248 

(..'huich. 
Booth, .Joseph, foreni'ncar iinpector(r. W.U., 

h (ii-.ind .1 unction Yanl 
Boot!), Samuel, buiidiT, lo Adelaide e, h 62 

(iuei'u \v. 
BOOTH & SON, (II. O. k C-orj,',- Booth), 

eop[i(!r,siuiths, 2i; liii^limond \v. 
Booth, W. II., Imihler, 2iid d \v tVoni Teiii- 

peraiice Hall, l>aveli|H)rt roiid. 
Booth, Wm., lal)()ri r, lidsllO Uirhiiioiid e. 
Booth, Wm., (0. k W. Booth), h 47 Kiii,:,'\v. 
Borlainl, .Tames, printer Tiluf/nijili olliec, h 

3:i:{ Little Itii'hiiiniiil. 
BOSTWK'K, AMOS, (Henderson .t liost- 

wi(^k), h (il2 Yoiis^e. 
Bostwiik, O^'ort^e, .1.1'., tiv;uurer of eorpora- 

tioii, h s s William, Yorkville. 
Bostwii'k, Seiieea, eoiiductor (!. T. |{., h ISO 

Murkhaiu. 
Boswell, A. U.. (Atkinson & Boswell), h 24 

Mereer. 
Boswell, — , bds 34 .Inhii. 
Boswell, K. ])., 3rd teller Bank of Toronto, 

h 139 Sinu^oe. 
Boswell. F. E., salesman, bds Masonii; Hall. 
Boswell, Geor;^e, steward Toronto (Jeiieral 

Hospital, h same. 
Boswell, \V. G., 1st teller Canadian Bank of 

Commeir.e, h Vii'toria. 
Bothwell, li. C, fancy goods, 112 Yonge, h 

same. 
Bot-sford, .lohn I)., salesman, h 15 Shuter. 
Bottomlev, S. .1., carpenter, bds British 

Hotel. ' 
Boulter, Henry, clerk 1'. 0., h 170 Yictori.i. 
Boulter, Isaac, baker, .)i)7 Yonoc, li same. 
Boultoii, Mrs. .Mice, (wid), h 33 Britain. 
Boultoii, Charles, coilin-makcr, h 3(5 Alice. 
BOULTON, (!KO. D'AUCV, (Oamble & 

Boultoii). h 107 Simcoe. 
BOULTON, HON. H. J., prop Royal Do- 
minion Mills, Bay, tor' Esplanade, h 61 

^Vellingtoll w. 
Boulton, Henry .lohii, jun., miller, h St. 

Joseph. 
Boulton, James, barrister, 44 Church, h 170 

King w. 
Boulton. John, h 53 Orange road. 



Boulton, W. }{., retired, h Orange ro«d, 

head John. 
Boulton, Wni., boat-builder, foot of Simcoe. 
Bourdon, Max, hatter, h 80 Yonge. 
Bourk, Win., steward (Queen's Hotel. 
BOUIILIKU, H., station master (i. T. U., 

and ugent M<mtreal Ocean Steam Ship 

Co., h tp Kiist York. 
Bourne, Joseph, hostler Queen's Hotel. 
BOUSTK.VD, J. B., eomniission merchant, 

H2 I'ntnt e, h Isabella. 
Boiistcad, Win., jM>rter, 15 Kinge, h Mutual- 
Bdvell, .lames, hi. I)., Prof. Natural Tlieol. 

ogy, h DeiiLsoii ave. 
Boweock, James, shoemaker, bds British 

Hotel. 
Biiwell, Samuel, book-keeiier, h 47 Sumach. 
Bowdeii, .lohn, biicklayer, h 44 McMahoii. 
BOWDLN, JOHN W., builder, _1(I3 Ade- 
laide w, saloon and grocery 127 and 129 

York, li same, 
liowdeii, Samuel, iilumber (!. Harding, h 

218 Dundas. 
Bowes, .Viithoiiy, h 9 Alice. 
Biiwcs, .lohn (!., clerk, and Sec. Tor. Street 

h'ailway Co., bds 30 Clover hill. 
Bowes. 1{. JL, law student, bds 30 Clover 

hill. 
Bowes, Mrs. Annie, (wid John 0.), h 30 St. 

.l(ise)ih. 
Bowdway, (iilbert, blacksmith, 218 Dundas, 

h same. 
Bowles, John, whitewii-slier, (col'd), h 201 

( 'entre. 
Bowling, Oeorge, carter, h ss William, York- 
ville. 
Bowman, John, h 42 Nelson w. 
Bowman, iMark, book-ke(^per, h 13 Richmond 

w. 
Bowman, Robert, h 114 Adelaide w. 
Bowman, .Samuel, h 114 Adelaide w. 
Bowrey, (Jenrf^'e, )ia inter, h 192 I'arli .meiit. 
Bowroii, Jlrs. Elizabeth, si'amstress, h 26 

I'ower. 
Bowyer, Robert, watchmaker, 41 (ieorge, h 

same. 
BOXALL, .lOHN, general house furnishing 

and stove dealer 50 Queen w, h same. 
Bu.\all, Will. IL, coppersmith, h64Terauley. 
Boxsell, Albert, ])orter, h 24 Nelson w. 
r.oyee, Caleli, laborer, h 222 Sayer. 
Boyce, Edward, pocket book maker, bds 304 

Agnes. 
Boyce, Joseph, butcher. 111 Queen v.-, hsnnie. 
Boyd, A., bhuksinith, 621 (Jueeii w, h 

Niagara. 
Boyd, Alexander, salesman, h 179 Jaivis. 
Boyd, Edward, laborer, li 115 ()ucen e. 
B()Y1), GEORflK. (Buntin Bro. & (Jo.l, h 

179 Jorvis. 
Boyd, George, teamster, J. Kerr, lids 288 

Queen w. 
BOYD, GEORGE J., (E. Hooper k Co.), h 

Church cor Mnithuid. 



196 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



Boyd, John, wood denier, Albert cor Eliza- 
beth, h Elizabeth. 

Boyd, John: lumberman, bds 28 Elixabeth. 

BOYD, JOHN, (JOHN BOYD & CO.,) h 
211 Jarvis. 

Boyd, John A., (Read & Boyd), h 93 Bloor. 

BOYD, JOHN, (JOHN BOYD k CO.), 
ALEX. M. illTNKO.fi C W. BUNTING), 
wholesale grocers and co.n mission mer- 
chants, 61 and fi3 Front. (Seo advt.) 

Boyd, Joseph, bds (irand Trunk House. 

IJoy(l, Bobert, grocer and contractor, 231 
King e, li same. 

Boyd. Mrs. Sarah, rocer, 325 Church, li 
same. 

BOYD & STAYNE?<, (W. T. Boyd & Fred- 
erick H. Stayner), imrristcrs, 70 King e. 

Boyd, Wm., carter, h 237 Palace. 

BOYD, W. T., (Boyd & Stayner), h 84 Wel- 
lington w. 

Boyd, Win. barber, bds 2924 Yongc. 

Boydon, Mr.s. Margaret, h 7 Alice. 

Boyle, Charles, blacksmith, h 20 Scaton. 

Boyle, Janu'i), travelling agent E. jjawson 
& Sons, h 140 Berkciey. 

Boyle, Michael, tailor, h Boulton. 

Boyle, Mi-s., (wid.), h 273 Queen w. 

BciYLE PATRICK, editor ami jnop. frish 
Cnnadinii, book and job printer, 'Change 
AUe}-, h same. 

Boynes, Charles, laborer, h Yonge st. e s, 
north of toll gate, Yorkvillc. 

Boys' Home, Mrs. Munroe, matron, e s 
tieoi-ge, nr Gcrrard. 

Brabant, Wm. Edwin, foreman W. C. 
Chewctt & ( )., h 157 Victoria. 

Brabington, Richard, groceries and provi- 
sions, Gerrard, between Seaton and Shcr- 
bourne. 

Bnichan, James, engineman N.R.C. 

Bracken, Denis, laborer N. R. C, h 439 
King w. 

Bracken, John, laborer, h 115 Portland. 

Brackenrcid, Julin, constable, bds 17 Hayer. 

Brackenrcid, Thomas, constable, luls 17 
Sayer. 

BRADBURNE, E., ngt. Prov. Perm. Build, 
and Canada Life As.surance Co's., Whitte- 
niore's bigs, Toronto, h 21 Windsor. 

Brailbury, James R., mining agent, Wel- 
lington e, rooms same. 

Brndiinry, Wm. A. R., clerk, bds Anne, cor. 
Mutual. 

Bradford, A. E, clerk, bds 149 Church e s. 

Bradford, John, with R. Bradford, bds 211 
King e. 

BRADFORD ROBERT, flour and feed and 
city express, 75 Yonge, retail store 211 
King e, h 274 King e. 

Brailftird. Win., with Robert Bradford, bds 
211 Kingc. 

Bnulley, Francis, laborer, b 39 Augustus. 

Bradley, John, house furnishing goods, 313 
Vonge, li same. 



Bradshaw, John, office keeper. Crown T^nds 

I^cpt., Parliament Buildings, h same. 
BRADSTREET, J. M. k SON, Improved 

Mercantile Agency, John Priestman Supt., 

Bank Toronto Buildings. • 
Brady, David, laborer, h 383 Queen w. 
Brady, Edward, printer. Globe Office, bds 73 

Berkeley. 
Brady, George, warehouseman, bds 88 Col- 
borne. 
Brady, Michiiel, braksnian N.R.C, h 394 

Adelaide w. 
Brady, William, carter, h 41 Garrison. 
Bralf, J., boiler-makers' asst G.T.R. 
Bragg, Samuel, laborer, h 1 45 Sumach. 
Brahaiii, Alfred., h 2(5 St. Jo.scph. 
Braid, II., shoemaker, h 11 Albert. 
Brandon. James, clerk, bds 226 Vir' 'ria. 
BRANDON, JOHN, (Jennings & Brandon) 

h 226 Victoria. 
Briinigan, Wm., tobacco cutter, h 9 Central 

lane. 
Brniison, Randolph, tobacco worker, bds 10 

Centre. 
Branton, Thomas, laborer, h r W. H. Booth, 

l)av( nport road s s. 
Biassington, liiclianl, packer John Macdou- 

uld k Co., h (ievrard s s, cor Seaton. 
Brath, Mrs. M., (wid^, h 108 Queen e. 
Bniwley, Michael, lirtinan Water Works, li 

i;i!t i'cter. 
Brawn, Francis, carpenter, r 194^ Sayer. 
Brawn, Wm., butcher, h 27 Stiailuiii. 
BRAY, .lOSlAS, biinkcr, broker, and Ocean 
jmssage agent, 94 King e, h 54 Elm w. 
Brayley, Charles, clerk, h 136 Simcoe. 
Bray ley, Edward, compositor Glubr, bds 73 

Berkeley, 
iirayley, James, (Janes, Brayley k New- 
corn be), h 4.S Elm w. 
Brayley, i^obert, salesman, h 217 Church. 
Brayley, Robert, commercial traveller, h 96 

Dalhousic. 
Brayshaw, .lonathan, photogi'ajiher, 77 King 

e, bds 21 James. 
Breadoii, Thomas, grocer, 89 Terauley, h 

same. 
Breckenridge, James, student Knox College, 

h 3rdd n s l!a>den nr Yonge. 
Brega, Samuel, retired, bds Quien's Hotel. 
Breen, Mrs. Ann, (wid Maurice), h 34 Dum- 

mer. 
Breen, Dennis, (P. k D. Breen), h Givens, 

opp Asylum. 
Breen, James, fruit dealer, h 12 Duke. 
Breen, James, butcher, h 34 Dundas. 
Breen, John, laborer, h r 184 Centre. 
Breen, Patrick, (P. k D. Breen), h Dundas. 
BREEN, P. k I)., (Patrick and Denis), 

butchers, 21 St. Lawrence arcade. 
Breen, Simon, switchman (J.W.R., h 203 

Queen e. 
Breenan, Mrs. Mary, (wid Micliael), h 139 

Victoria. 



T, Crown Tjands 
igR, h saire. 
50 N, Improved 
'riestmaii Supt., 

5 Queen w. 

>be OHice, bds 73 

an, bds 88 Col- 

N.R.C., h 394 

1 Oiirrison. 
O.T.K. 
5 Sumach. 

DSC])!!. 

AUicit. 

226 \iC .lia. 

ings k hrantlon) 

iter, h 9 Central 

) worker, bds 10 

1 r W. H. Booth, 

cr John Miicdou- 
cor Scaton. 
)8 Queen c. 
Wiiter Works, li 

r l!>li Saycr. 
7 Stiacliun. 
mkcr, and Ocean 
g c, h 54 Elm w. 
136 Sinit'oe. 
or Globr, bds 73 

Hruyley k New- 

h 217 Chunh. 
il traveller, h 96 

gi-ajilicr, 77 King 

89 Ternuley, h 

nt Knox College, 

Dllge. 

J Quu'n's Hotel. 

irice), h 34 l)um- 

Jreen), h (iivens, 

h 12 Duke. 
4 iJundas. 
84 Centre, 
reen), h Dundas. 
ick and Denis), 
e arcade. 
O.W.K.,h 203 

Michael), h 139 



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Brenne", George, commercial traveller, k 148 

George. 
Brenni'.n, Hamilton, laborer, 61 Duchess. 
Brenr.an, Lawrence, professor St. Michael's 

College, St. Joseph's. 
Brennan, Mathew, laborer, h 26 0.\ford. 
Brenuan, James, laborer, h 292 Duchess. 
Brennel, Micliael, laborer, h 93 Stanley. 
Brent, (Jeorgu, gunsmith at 202 Yonge, h 39 

Alice. 
Brent, George, machinist, li 32 Camden. 
Brent, (ieorge, cilerk h 126 Victoria. 
Brent, Mrs. Kliza, (wid .lames), prop Turkish 

baths, n s Bloor w, Yorkville. 
Brnnt, George \V., asst Turkish baths, n s 

Bloor \v, Yorkville, bds same. 
Brent, John K., asst Turkish baths, n s 

Bloor w, Yorkville, bds same. 
Brent, John, culling man G.T. U., bds Cam- 

di:n nr liroi'k. 
Brent, Jo3e[di H., salesman, Shuter, s s bet 

Mutual and Javvis. 
Brent, J.W., sec. k treas. General Hospital, 

olhce 86 King e, h 83 Shuter. 
Brethern's (tos])el Tract Depositor}', 396 

Yonge, Miss Fanny Grant, manager. 
Brew, Thomas, tailor, 2t>.l Queen w, h same. 
Brewer, John, cabman, h 72 Wilii'wn. 
Bridge, J, G., grocer, 38 Denison avc, h same. 
Bridgenian, James, Ijaggage master G.T. K., 

h .117 Little llichmond. 
BIilD<tEMAN, JOHN W., portrait painter, 

39 Kingw, h ."il n. 
Bridgewater, Thomas, clothing .store, 325 

Yonge, h same. 
BKIDGELAND, J. W., surveyor and 

draughtsman Crown Land Department, 

Parliament Buildings, res. Davenport. 
Brierley, Joseph, boiler-make.-, h 138 Tc- 

cumsetli. 
Briggs, George, bricklayer, bds 19 Elizabeth. 
Briggs, Hannah, (wid Hubert), 22 Edward. 
Briggs, Henry, carpenter, 103, 105, k 107, 

Mayer, h same. 
Briggs, .lohii, builder, h 305('hurch. 
Briggs, Jolin, clerk, bds Albion Hotel. 
Briggs, John, builder, h 297 Church. 
Briggs, liobert, gun-smith, 203 King e, h 

same. 
BKIGGS, SAMUEL K., lumber dealer, 

shipiMM', and commission merchant, 37 

Exchange bigs, h 67 (Jrosvenor. 
BUIGGS, THOMAS, lumber merchant, 21, 

22 k 21 Edward, h 24 Edward. 
Briggs, \V'n»., builder, h 1 Maitland. 
BUlG(tS, W. IL, groceries and provisions, 

303 Y(mge, h same. 
Briggs, V'm., grocer, 4S1 Yonge, li same. 
Briggs Wm., porter, bds 8 Palace. 
Bright, Edward, .sat'e-niakcr J. k J. Taylor, 

h King e. 
Bright, Mrs., laundres.s, h 9 Ontario. 
Bright, Thomas U., salesman, bds 502 

(jueeu w. 



BRIGHT, WM., retired, h 602 Queen w. 
Bright, Wm., butcher, h 63Seaton. 
Bright, Wm., cabinet-maker J. k J. Taylor, 

h Kingston road. 
BUIMEH, JOHN, merchant tailor, 171 

Yonge, h same. (Seeadvt.) 
Brimer, Robert, salesman 21 k 23 King e, 

bds 70 Bond. 
BUlilSTIN, HUGH, cuUer and bell-hanger, 

288 Yonge, h same. 
Brindle, John, porter John Hallam, bds 34 

Bond. 
Brisbane, Robert, (Bcrrie k Brisbane), h 333 

Queen w. 
Briscoe, Wm., blacksmith and carriage- 
builder, 129 Queen w, h 133 Queen w. 
Brislow, John, bricklayer, h 434 King e. 
Britannia Hotel, Thomas R. Williams prop 

176 Queen w. 
BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO., 

?:ov., George Percival Ridout ; depy.-gov., 
'eter Paterson ; managing director, Thos. 

W. Birchall, 54 Chureli, cor Court. 
British America)) k Bryant, Stmtton k 

Odell's Commercial College, Toronto, and 

55 & .^7 Yonge, Odell & Trout, props. 
British Hotel, J. W. Brown, prop. King cor 

Simcoe. 
BRITISH LION HOTEL, James Spence, 

prop, 56 Queen w. 
Britton, Miss Martha, grocery, 90 Spadina 

ave. 
Britton, .lames, butcher, 13 & 15 St. Law- 
rence Market, h 28 Don. 
Briton, Joseph, lircman G. T. R., h 104 

Boulton. 
Brnatch, Ale.x., turner G. T. R., h Front nr 

John. 
Brock, Henry, hotcl-kccper " Brock's Monu- 
ment," 556 Queen w. 
Brock, Julius, cigar-maker, h 174 Adelaide 

west. 
Brock, L., M.D., physician and surgeon, 

bds 9 Trinity. 
Brock, Martin C., brakeman G. T. R., bds 

556 Queen w. 
Brock, Mi-s. Mary, second-had clothing, 73 

Queen w, h same. 
Brocton Club House, Frank Kennedy prop. 
BROCTON POST OFFICE, adjoining 

Chunh's Hotel, Mrs. Church, \wst mis. 

tress. 
Brocton weigh-house, Henry Church weigh- 

master. 
Brodie, James, clerk P. 0., h 79 Gcrl-eley. 
Brodie, John, laborer, h 86 Ann. 
Brodie, Patrick, laborer, h Dundas. 
Brodie, Win., dentist, 22 Amelia. 
Brokovski, Mrs. Hannah, (wid Augustus), h 

211 Parliament. 
BROMFIELD, E. T. & Co., publishers Ca- 

nadinn Journal of Uommerce, 48 King e. 
BROMFIELD, REV. EDWARD T., (E. T. 

Bromtield k Co. ), h Bloor. 






198 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



Brondgeest, Mrs., h e ■ Gwynne, cor Little 

Jarvifl, Yorkville. 
Brooke, C. R. &Co., boots & shoes, 115 Yongc. 
Rrooke, C. R., (C. R. Brooke & Co.), bds 73 

Bay. 
Brooke, Daniel O., h 81 Richmond w. 
Brooks, James, general broker, 222 Queen 

w, h same. 
Brooks, Joseph, grocer, 90 Church, h same. 
Brooks, Mrs. Sarah, (wid Joseph), boarding- 
house, 36 Richmond w. 
Brooks, W. C, book-keeper, bds 68 Bond. 
Broom, James, dry go<xls, 246 Vongc, h 

same. 
Broom, J., bell hanger and locksmith, 28 

ColbornP; h same. 
Broomer, Charles E., clerk, 61 Louisa. 
Broomtield, George, baker, 69 King w. 
Brophey, Mrs. Rose, giocer, 83 and 86 Pine 

e, hsanie. 
Brophey, Wni., \ rcr, h 75 North Park. 
Brothertim, Martin, salesman S3 to 37 King 

e, b<ls same. 
BROUGHALL, REV. A. J., classical mas- 
ter Trinity College, h St. Stephen's par- 
sonage. 
Broughton, Jas., machinist, h 32 MrMahon. 
Broughton, Joi n, mnchini.st, h 24 Camden. 
Broughton, Wni., ensineer, h 30 McMahon. 
Brow, John, engine-driver O.T.R., bds Soni- 

merville's tavern. 
Brown, Mra. Thomas, (wid Thomas), h 46 

Wood. 
Brown, Austin, cab-proprietor, li Mnria. 
Brown, Benjamin, brickniaker, h King e. 
BROWN BROTH EHS, (JOHN & RICH- 
ARD), wholesale stationers i<: bookliinders, 
66 and 68 King e. 
Brown, Cathanin' Mrs., h 17 Agnes. 
Brown, Champion, (Childs & Huiuilton, k 
Brown k Ciiilds, Alontrenl), res Jlontreal. 
BROWN, CHARLES, (C. 1'. R.id & Co.), 

h 190 Churcli. 
Brown, Mrs. Charles, music teacher, h 2.'}1 

Churcli. 
Brown, Mrs. C, (wid Patrick), h 90 (^.corgc. 
Brown, C^harles, prii^tcr, bds Adelaide w, iir 

Simcoc. 
Brown, Charles, cooper, h 89 Parliament. 
Brown, Edward, moulder, h 15 Vi(toria. 
Brown, JMward, ])rop. Victoria House, 13 

Victoria. 
Brown, Edward, i>oliceman, h 26 St. Patrick 

Square. 
Brown, E<lward, painter, h 79 Agnes. 
Brown, Edward, ch-rk, h 117 Duke. 
Brown, Ephraim, clerk, b.ls 44 Gloucester. 
Brown, E. J., (Robinson k Brown), h Yonge 

Yorkville. 
Brown, Francis, o'.erk W. k. R. Griffith. 
Brown, Francis, dry goods, 81 Sayer, h same. 
Brown, Francis, carjK-nter, r 1944 Sayer. 
Brown, George, grocer and moulder, 346 
King e, h same. 



BROWN, GEORGE, prop, nloon k billiard 
de]it. Queen's Hotel, h 9 Nelson w. 

Brown, George, laborer, h r 27 Dummer. 

Brown, George, builder, 196 John, h same. 

Bn)wn, George, engine<fr, 808 Adelaide w. 

BROWN, GEORGE, HON., managing direc- 
tor Globe printing company, h 270 Welliug- 
ton w, n s. 

Brown, Gilbert, printer, h 11 Ontario e. 

Brown, Miss Hannah, ladies' seminary, h 
Jarvis bet Yonge and (Jwynne. 

Brown, Henry, sliotanaker, bds Grand Trunk 
House. 

Brown, Henry, (Robinson k Brown), h Yonge 
Yorkville. 

Brown, Henry, ten I: .', h 44 Gloucester. 

Brown, Henry, <■!- k 'Brown Bros.), bds 46 
Wowl. 

Brown, Henrj, luitlicher, h w s Yonge, 
Yoikville. 

Brown, Hugh, salesnnin Wm. Rr.insay tCc, 
h Parliament. 

Brown, Isarc S. H., clerk, h 9 Power e s. 

Brown, Isaiah, laborer, h 97 Sayer. 

Brown, James, porter G.W.R., Yonge street 

Brownell, John, printer, Trlrgi-aph ntKce. 
station, h 135 Adelaide. 

Brown, James, engineer, 308 Adelaide w. 

Brown, James, h 48 Gloucester. 

Brown, James W., lK>ok-kefj)er 47 and 49 
King e, bds 314 Shumach. 

Brown, James, shoemaker, h 173 Centre. 

Brown, James, siilesnian J. i'listwood, h 45 
Louisii. 

BliOWN, JAMES, JUN.. Pnuluce Mer- 
chant, 24, Exihange Buildings, h 36 St 

Jo8C[lirS. 

Brown, John, ciirpentcr, h 20O John. 
Brown, John, gardener, h 34 i;egi-.:t. 
IJrown, John, cxjiress (Iriver, h «>7 .\ll>ert. 
Brown, John, storekeeper, 3704 Queen w, h 

same. 
Brown, John, machinist, 41 Louisa. 
Brown, John W., shoemaker, h 173 ('entre. 
Brown, John, h Ifil Lumli'j-. 
Brown, Dr. John, 321 Queen w, h same. 
Brown, John, libiiirian 1-iw S<Hiety, h 

Osg<M)de Hall. 
Brown, John, Imihlcr, h 72 Victoria. 
BROWN, JOHN, (Bi-own Bros.), h .'".O Elm. 
Brown, John, commercial traveller, h 2 

Elliott Place. 
Brown, Joseph, assi.stant bookkeejKT, bds 

Little Jarvis. 
Brown, Joseph, fireman N. R. C, h 148 

Brock. 
Brown, J., giocer, 27 Stanley, h same. 
Brown, J., cabman, h 7 Maple lane. 
Brown, J., locksmith and Mllhanger, h 26 

Coiborne. 
BROWN, J. GORDON, alitor O/ote, h John 

w 8 bet Front and Wellington. 
Brown, J. R., boot and shoe maker, 42 

King w, h same. 



t 






loon k billiard 
elsou w. 
n Dnmmer. 
John, h same. 
Adelaide w. 
inauaginf( diiec- 
,h270Welling- 

On tario e. 
'8* seniiuaiy, h 
nne. 
da Grand Trunk 

Jrown), h Yonge 

Gloucester. 
Hro8.>, bds 46 

li w 8 Yonge, 

>. Urinsay tCo., 

Ii 9 Pow^r e 8. 
Saver. 

R. , Yonge street 
lojrnph uttioe. 

8 Adelaide w. 

iter. 

H'per 47 and 49 

1- 

li 173 Centre. 

iCitstwood, h 45 

, I'roduee Mer- 
ldiMg«:, h 30 St 

200 Jolm. 

!4 l!eRt..;t. 

r, Ii (57 An>ert. 

370^ Queen w, h 

Louisa, 
r, li 17;l <"entre. 

y- 

n w, li .same. 
I«iw Soeiety, li 

Victoria. 
Bros. ), h SO Kim. 
1 traveller, li 2 

bookkeejR'r, Ms 

i. K. v., h 148 

ty, h same, 
pie lane, 
lelliianger, h 26 

tor aioU, h John 

gton. 

ilioe maker, 42 



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Brown, J. W., prop British Hotel, 190 and 
192 King w. 

Brown, Mrs. Julia, (wid), h 57 Queen w. 

Brown, Miss Margaret, li 258 Richmond w. 

Brown, Mrs. Mary, (wid Joseph), straw mil- 
liner, 33 Louisa, h same. 

Brown, Neil, Vxls 84 Uichmond w. 

Brown, Patrick, carter, h 20 St Albans. 

Brown, Philip, butcher, h Yonge w s, be- 
tween ScoUard and Beverley. 

Brown, Richard, stationer, h 36 Wood. 

Brown, Richard, h 70 Agnes. 

BROWN, RICHARD, (Brown Brothei-s) 
h36Woo<L 

Brown, Robert, prop. Spadina Avenue Hotel, 
326, Queen w, cor Spadina Ave. 

Brown, Robert, bricklayer, bds Argyle Hotel. 

Brown, Rol>ert, laborer, 115 Elizabeth. 

Brown, Robert, ice cream maker, h 41 Emma. 

Brown, Robert, shipwright, h 160 Sayer. 

Brown, Robert, laborer, h 113 Elizabeth. 

Brown, Robert S., foreman manufacturing 
dept. Brown Bros., h. 37 Walton. 

Brown, Thomas, salesman, 21 and 23, Wel- 
lington e, bds 46 wood st. 

Brown, Thomas, engine driver and boarding 
house 148 Brock. 

Brown, Thomas, laborer, h e s McMahon 
Lane, nr cor Sydenham. 

BROWN, THOMAS, prop. Metropolitan 
hotel, cor King and Bay. 

Brown, Thomas, bricklayer, h 150 Duchess. 

Brown, Timothy, laborer Rolling ilills, h 
91 South Park. 

BROWN, W. H. & Co., (W. R. Brown, & W. 
C. Chewett), bankers, 60 King e. 

BROWN, WALTER K., (W. H. Brown & 
Co.),h Rose P;irk, Yorkville. 

BROWN, WM., dealer in carriage hard- 
ware, 7i King e, h 38 Wood. 

Brown, Win., laborer, h 21 St Andrew. 

Brown, Wni., laborer, r 34 Teniuley. 

Brown, Wni., bricklayer, h 71 University. 

Brown, Wm., builder, li 38 Agnes. 

Brown, Wm., h 55 Terauley. 

Brown, Wm., waiter, Queen's hotel, h 74 
Centre. 

Brown, W., fireman G.T.R., li 345 Adelaide 
w. 

Brown, Wm., iron smelter .Vnnstrong's 
Foundry, h 25 MeMahon. 

Brown, Wm., dry goods, millinery, &c., 416 
Queen w., li same. 

BROWN, WM. GEOIKJE, enameller and 
paintir of china Hurd & i^eigh's, h Metro- 
politan hotel. 

Brown, — , servant C. S. Gzowski, h 218 
Bathurst. 

Brown, E. salesman, bds 44 Gloucester. 

Browne, Gilbert, printer Leader, lids. Ade- 
laide w. 

Brown, Harry J., clerk N.R.C!., h 126 Brock. 

BROWNE, JAMES, (Philip Browne & Co.), 
h Heavitree, Bathurst, n Queen. 



Browne, John, purser, h 142 Jarvis. 
BROWNE, J. O., P. L. surveyor, Whitte- 

inora's blk. 
Browne, Mrs. Mary, (wid), h 64 Wellesley. 
BROWNE. PHILI P, [VMin Browne k Co.), 

h Heavitree, Bathurst n Queen. 
BROWNE, PHILIP, &C0., (Philip Browne, 

& James Browne), bankers and stock brok- 
ers, 67 Yonge. 
Browne, Robert H., clerk Crown Lands 

Department, 35 Terauley. 
Browne. Wm., h 240 Church. 
Brownell, John, compositor Telegraph oflSce. 
Brownlee, H., salesman Hughes k Co., h 6 

Carlton. 
Brownlow, Philip, saddler, h 25 Osgoode. 
BROWNSCOMBE, HENRY, boots and 

shoes, 123 King e, h 302 Jarvis. 
Broxup, John, laborer, h 73 Agnes. 
Bnice, James, dry goods, 315 Yonge, h same. 
Bruce, John G., carpenter, 194 Palace. 
BRUMELL, HENRY P., chemist and 

druggist, 13 King e, h 394 Church. 
BR'JNEL, LIEUT. -COL. ALFRED, 10th 

Royals, Commissioner of Excise, h Brock 

nr Front 
Brunei, George, law student Crooks, Kings- 
mill & Cattanach, h 58 Brock. 
Bninel, John, law student, bds 58 Brock. 
Brunskill, Henry, h 142 Terauley. 
Brunskill, James, (Brunskill k Kirby), bds 

188 Church. 
Brunskill & Kirby, (James Brunskill and 

John Kirby), commission merchants, 78 

Front e. 
BKUNSKILL, THOMAS, merchant, h 269 

Carlton. 
Brunt, George, book-keeper T. Thompson & 

Son, h 126 Victoria. 
Bryant, Edward, clerk 21 and 23 King e, 

bds Roiiche's Hotel. 
Bryant, Howard, book-keeper, h 3 Elm. 
Bryant, James, porter, h 381 Queen e, 
Bryant, John, drover, h 279 Piirliament. 
Bryant, Phillis Ann, (widow), h 27 Beverley. 
Bryce, James, laborer, h 32 Alice. 
BliYCP:, McMUUinCH k CO., (John Mc- 

Murrich, Samuel Gunn and John 8 Play- 
fair), wholesjdi! importers of dry goods, 34 

Yonge. 
Bryce, Thomas A., Grammar School teachei, 

h 44 Carlton. 
Brydon.G., confectioner, 207 Kinge,li same. 
Brydon, Mrs. Margaret, (wid Wm.), h 7 

Alice. 
Brydon, Stephen, baker, h 7 Alice. 
Brydon, Wm., druggist Lyman, Elliot k 

Co., h 6 Adelaide. 
Bryson, Mrs. Eliza Jane, (wid Thomas), 

ii 313 Little Hichmond. 
BRYSON, GEORGE, retired, h 163 Church. 
BRYSON JOHN, Asst Station Master and 

Telegraph Ojierator G.W.R., Yonge street 

Station, h 313 Richmond w. 



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BiTSon, Thomas, laborer, 1 Trinity, h Palace. 

BUCHAN, DAVID, burear Uinversity and 
and Colleges, Sinicoe cor Adelaide w, h 
Bloor, opp Jarvis, Yorkville. 

Buchan, John, messenger P. O., h 121 Vic- 
toria. 

Buchan, Wm. George, clerk 59 King e, li 
Duchess. 

iJuchan, Wm., shoemaker, h 57 Dufhcss. 

BUCHANAN, C. W., M.D. and coroner, h 
67 Adelaide w. 

BUCHANAN, A., Bi^ce, McMurrich k 
Co., h 46 Bond. 

Buchanan, Mrs. h 26 Power, w s. 

Buchanan, Kobt., moulder, bds 26 Power w s. 

liuuhanan, Robert, secondhand goods store, 
h n s bet Yongc and Church. 

Buclianan, Kobert, boot and .shoemaker, h 
An JIagill. 

Buchanan, Robert, mnchinist, Wm. Hamil- 
ton & Son. 

Buchanan, Wm., carter, h w s Hope, nr 
Robinson. 

Buck, George, clerk Terrapin Kt^staumnt. 

BUCKLAND, PROFESSOR GEORGE, sec. 
Bureau of Agi'iculture, h 235 Jarvis. 

BUCKLAND, T. W,, (J. Fleming & Co.), h 
235 Jarvis- 

Buckler, Wm., flour inspector, bds 143 Cen- 
tre. 

Buckley, John, cab owner, h York cor Wel- 
lington. 

Buckley, Joseph, blacksmith, h 40 James e. 

Budge, John, tmin dispatcher G.T.R., bds 
Temperance. 

Bueck, Mrs. (wid), h 119 Victoria. 

BUELL, ANDREW NORTON, Master in 
Chancerj', Osgoode Hall, h 48 'Jarlton. 

Bugg, Charles, photographer, 157 King e, h 
same. 

Bugg, Joseph P., bds 60 Albert. 

Bugg, John, h 50 Albert. 

Bugg, Wm., furniture dealer, 66 & 67 
Queen w, h same. 

Buggey, Wm., J. D. Lewis' tobacco works, 
h Stanley. 

Buggy, James, laborer, bds 44 Stanley. 

Bugnor, Henry, student commercial college, 
Ixls 33 Edward. 

Buick, Mi.ss M., teacher Park street school. 

Bulger, Michael, laborer, 2.10 Spadina av. 

Bulger, Philij), laborer, li 1 45 Pine e. 

Bull, T. H., (Spencer k Hull), res Tp York. 

Bullen, Wm., laborer, h 263 Richmond w. 

BuUman, Mrs. Elizabctl', ^wid John), h 17 
Denison av. 

Bulman, Robert, conductor G. T. R., h 1954 
Saycr. 

Bulmin, Wm., grocer, 61 Eliza1)eth. 

BULMER, ISAAC, (Bulmer & Douglas) h 
Yonge, Yorkville. 

BUDMEIl & DOUGLAS, (Isaac Bulmer k 
Roger Douglas), brick, tile, and pipe manu- 
facturers, Yorkville. 



Bumbnry, Mrs. Mary, boot binder, h 91 

Staidey. 
Bumbury, C. F., salesman temple of fashion, 

bds 25 Alice. 
Bunce, Henry T., vendor patent medicines, 

h 28 Frederick. 
Bunker, George, picture frame maker R. W. 

Ijaird, h Venauley. 
Bunker, Thomas, bricklayi-r, h 122 Vanauley. 
BUNTIN, ALEX., (lluutin, Bro. k Co.), h 

Montreal. 
BUNTIN. BROS. & CO., (Alex. Buntin, 

George lioyd, k John J. Reid), whotesalo 

stationers and paper manufacturers, 63 and 

65 Yonge. 
BUNTING, CHRISTOPHER W., (JOHN 

BOYD & CO.,) h 106 Mutual. 
Burgess, Alfred, gas fitter, bds 88 Bay. 
Hurge, Henry, ]ieddler, h 438 King e. 
Burgess, Mrs. (,'ool, h 93 Queen e. 
I5URGESS RALPH K., (Wm. Ramsay k 

Co.), h 2 Beech. 
Burgess, Samuel, clerk, h 10 Power. 
Burge.ss, Tlioma.s, foreman cutter, 7 King e, 

h 20 James. 
Burgess, T. J. W., draughtsman, h 20 

.lames. 
Burgess. S. T., salesman T. Tompson k 

Son. h 10 Power. 
Burgoyne, ilrs. Jane, washerwoman, h 23 

Regent. 
Burk, James, watchman, h 40 Parliament. 
BURK, THOMAS, (Milloy k Co ), bds 182 

Victoria. 
Burk, Wm., laborer, h 115 Beech. 
Burkardt, Oswald, shoemaker, h 61 Uni- 
versity. 
Burke, Mr.s. Amy, clothes cleaner, h 26 

Christopher. 
Burke, Charles, laborer, h r 82 Stanley. 
Burke, David, laborer. East Toronto brew- 
ery, h J'eison nr Queen. 
Burke, P/lmund. draughtsman Gundry k 

l.anglev, h 57 Richmond w. 
Burke, Jfiss Eliza, h 182 Victoria. 
Burke, James, laborer W. Hamilton k Son 

Yorkville. 
Burke. John, gardener.li s s Sydenham, York 

ville. 
Burke, Miss Letitia, tailoress, h 26 Christo 

jdier. n side. 
Burke, Michael, shoemaker, 110 Parliament, 

h sanic. 
Burke, Mra. M., milk seller. 79 and 81 Ade 

iaido w., li same. 
Burke, Riihard, dairyman, h 107 Beech. 
BURKE. WM.. lumber merchant and build 

er, manufacturer of doors, sash, blinds 

flooring, etc., Sheppard cor P«ichmond, h 

57 Richmond w. 
Burke. Wm.. laborer, h 116 Beech. 
Burkinshaw, R., express messenger, boards 

American Hotel. 
Burkiss, Miu Jane, h 8 Alioe. 



oot binder, h 91 

temple of fosltion, 

patent medicines, 

ime maker E. W. 

r, hl22 Vanauley. 
in, Bio. k. Co.), h 

., (Ale.x. Buntin, 

Reid), wholesale 

lufacturers, 63 and 

HER W., (JOHN 

iitmil. 

Ma 88 Bay. 
4158 Kinge. 
^u'en e. 
(\Vni. llanisay k 

10 Power, 
cutter, 7 King e, 

iuglitsman, h 20 

1 1". Tonipson & 

sherwoinan. li 23 

li 40 Parliament, 
y k Co ), bds 182 

J Beech. 

taker, h 61 Uni- 

ics cleaner, h 26 

r 82 Stanley. 

st 'i'oronto brew- 

tsnian Gundry k 
1 w. 

'ietoria. 
Hamilton k Son, 

Sydenham, York- 

V.S.S, h 20 Christo- 

r, 110 Parliament, 

ir, 79 and 81 Ado- 

h 107 Beech, 
reliant and build- 
ir.s, sash, blinds, 
cor Iticlijuoud, h 

5 Beech, 
[lesscuger, boards 

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Bum, George, clerk Royal Canadian Bank, 

h 5 Bloor e. 
Buniard, Robert, salesman M. Shewan, bds 

19 Dalhousie. 
Bumess k sons, (Henry Bumess & Sons), 

bread ami biscuit bakers, cor Jania and 

Queen e, h same. 
Bumess, Henry, (Bumess k Sons), h cor 

•larvis and Queen e. 
Bumess, — , steward P. I* Asylum. 
Burnett, K., printer and Fancy goods, 358 

Yonge, h same. 
Burnett, Samuel, general broker, h i>18 

Queen w. 
Burnham, George, mail clerk G.T.R., h 32 

Gloucester. 
Burns, Alex., book-keepei", h 58 Ontario. 
Burns, Charles, ice dealer, li 306 King e. 
Burns, Chrles, prop York Street Inn, York, 

cor Boulton. 
Bums, David, h 246 Richmond w. 
Burns, George !•'., clerk P.O., h 3a5 Church. 
Bums, Henry, sailor, h 62 (Jentre. 
Bums, James, grocer, 5 and 6 City Hall 

buildings. 
Buri).s, .lames, laborer, h 216 Pathurst. 
Bums, James, sailor, h 116 Ailehude \v. 
Bums, James, laborer, h Eli/.abeth, nr South 

Park. 
Burns, James, Temi>erunce Saloon and car- 
penter, 202 Palace, h same. 
Bums, James, general grocer, 5 & 6 City 

Hall bigs, h 100 Adelaide e. 
BURNS, JAMES, wholesale k retiiil giocer, 

cor P'ront k West Market Scjuare, li 100 

Adelaide e. 
Burns, James, laborer, h 11 South Park. 
Burns, John, blacksmith, li 98 Boulton. 
Burns, John, grocer, Queon w, cor James, h 

same. 
Bums. John, hostler Queen's Hotel. 
Burns, John, moulder, bds Mutual. 
BURNS, J(JHN, (Thompson k Bums), h 

50 William. 
Bums, John, (Dudley k Burns), h 113 

Seaton. 
Burns, .lohn, laborer, h r 6 Beverley. 
Burns, Joshua, salesman Hughes k Co., bds 

32 Bond. 
Burns, Martin, painter, h 84 McGill. 
Bums, Mrs. Bridget, charwoman, h 75 

Caroline. 
Bums, Mrs. Catherine, (widow John), h 20 

Renfrew. 
Burns, Mrs. Helen, (wid Garvin), h 3 Caer 

Howell. 
Burns, Mrs. James, h 250 Yonge. 
Bums, Michael, laborer, h 22 Renfrew. 
Burns, Michael, laltorer, h 66 Duke. 
Bums, Michael, fireman G. T. R., h 494 

King w. 
Burns, Mi-s., h 81 George. 
Burns, Mra., washerwoman, n s McMahon 

ur Sydenham. 



Burns, Owen, laborer, k 190 Mutual. 

Burn.', Patrick, laborer, h 79 University. 

Burns, Patrick, boardiug-houae, 28 Francis. 

BURNS, PATRICK, coal and wood mer- 
chant, 226 Queen w, cor John and Queen's 
wharf, and prop Lord Nelson Hotel, 226 
Queen w, h same. 

Bums, Philip, laborer, h 423 Adelaide w. 

Bum-s Ralph, laborer, h 25 Sumach. 

BURNS, REV. ROIiERT, D.D., Emeritus 
Professor of Church History, Knox's Col- 
lege. 

Burns, Mrs. Sarah, (wid. Patrick), washer- 
woman, h Seaton Lane, nr AIcMahon. 

Bums, Miu Sarah J., (wid. Wm. H.), h 
204 Richmond w. 

Burns, Simon, laborer, h 11 South Park. 

Bums, Thoma.s, laborer, h 30 Stanley. 

Burns, Thomas, laborer, h 104 South Park. 

Burns, Rev. Wm., h 5 Maitland. 

Burns, Wm., hostler, h 30 Osgoodo. 

Burns, Wm., employee, G. W.R., h 139 Sim- 
coe. 

Burns, Wm., cabinet maker, h 109Dummer. 

Burns, Wm., engineman N. R. C. 

BURNSIDE, J. T. M., 1st Teller Bank of 
Toronto, h 223 George. 

Burr, Thomas, engine driver G.T.R., bds 
Sommerville tavern. 

Burroughes, Robert, niessenger Parlt. Build- 
ings, h Queen w. 

Burrow, James, porter Lunatic Asylum, h 
24 (livens. 

Burrows Frederick, painter, h 215 Pino e. 

Burrows, James, policeman, h 120 Centre. 

Burrows, Mra. Jane, (wid. Wm.), h 146 
Jar vis. 

Burrows, Louis, laborer, h 190 Elizabeth. 

Burrows, Mrs., Olivia, (wid. Alex.), h 144 
Teraulcy. 

Burrowes, Robt., laborer, bds John Morrison. 

BURSAR'S DEPARTMENT OF UNI- 
VERSITY COLLEGE, and U. C. College, 
Simcoc, cor Adelaide w. 

Burt, John, clerk Toronto Leader oflice, h 
35 McMahon. 

Burtrhall, Arthur, messenger Parliament 
Buildings, h 160 John. 

Burton, George, fireman N.R.C. 

Bury, John, cleaner (i.T.R. 

Busby, Jesse, shoemaker, h r 108 Sayer. 

Bush, Austin, gardener, h Bathurst nr Len- 
nox. 

Bush, Jacob, student, bds 228 Church. 

Bussell, George, salesman, bds 108 Mutual. 

Bussell, Oliver, salesman, W. Mitchell, bds. 
134 King e. 

Bustard, Andrew, care taker St. James Par- 
ochial School, h same. 

Busturtl, John, dairyman, h 58 Magill. 

Bustecd, John Henry, packer 77 King e, h 
same. 

Busteed, Wm. F., porter A. & L. Nord- 
htiimer, h 174 Mutual. 



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BUTCHART, David C, photographer, 145 

King e, h same. 
Bncther, George, laborer, h 11 Sayer. 
BUTCHERS' ARMS HOTEL, John Bolam, 

prop.. East Market, cor Palace. 
nUTLAND, RICHARD B., importer of 

music, musical iustnimenta, &c., 37 King 

w, h same. 
BUTLER, ALFRED, newsdealer, 85 Queen 

w, h same. 
Butler, Charles, carpenter, h 383 Yonge. 
Butler, C R. engineer, h 70 Bond. 
Butler, John, safenuker J. k J. Taylor's, h 

36 McMahon. 
Butler. John, fruit dealer, 8 Stonecutter's la. 
Butler, John, printer, bds 109 Simcoe. 
Butler, John, (col.), waiter Terrapin restau- 
rant, h 10 Centre. 
Butler, John, lalwrer, h 231 Seaton. 
Butler, Patrick, boot and shoemaker, 272 

Queen w, h same. 
Butler, Taylor, machinist, h 20 Oxford. 
Butler, Thomas, yardsnian Grand Junction, 

G.W.R., hG.W.R. grounds. 
Butler, Thomas, farmer, h 76, Strachan. 
Butler, Thomas, assistant farmer. Lunatic 

Asylum, bds same, 
Butler, Tliomas F., boot and shoe maker, 

bds 272 Queen w. 
Butler, T. planer Burk's sash and door fac- 
tory, cor Richmond & Shenpard. 
BUTLER, WILKIN B., Division Court, 

hou.se, land and mercantile agei^ 2 Leader 

buildings. King e, h 02 Walton. 
Butler, Wm., cooper, M. O'Brien, bds Britain. 
Butt, Caleb, bricklayer, h 172 Vanuuley. 
Butt, Charles E., bds 100 Victoria. 
Butt, Edwin, plasterer, h 70 Elm w. 
BUTT, EPHRAIM, carriage and wagon 

maker, r 15 Agnes, h 98 Univeraity. 
Butt, James, black.sinith, h 100 Victoria. 
Bxitt, Samuel James, dry goods salesman, b 

98 University. 
Butterfield, H. B., book-keepr John B. 

Smith's, bds Rochester House. 
Butters, Mrs. S., board'g house, h 226 Church. 
Ruttrey, Francis, portvr G. & J. W. I'ox & 

Co., h 180 Centre. 
Byers, Allan, grocer, 87 Church, h same. 
Byers, W. A., grocer and tavernkeei>er, 944 

('hurch, n w cor SLinley. 
Byford, George, Ixiok-binder Brown Bros., 

bds 124 Victoria. 
Byrne, Daniel, salesman 111 King e, h 61 

Richmond «. 
Byrne, James, laborer, h 81 Dalhousie. 
Byrne, John, blacksmith, Soho foundry. 
Byrne, Valentine, brakeman G.T.R., bda 16 

Camden. 
Byron, F. W., commercial traveller Angus 

Dallas, h 29 Maitland. 
Bywater, Joseph, carpenter G.T. R., h 179 

University. 
Bywater, Wm., carpenter, h 302 Church. 



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142 



h 43 



Cable, Thomas, carriage builder, h 

Richmond w. 
Cable, Thomas, salesman R. Davis k Co., h 

1 42 Richmond w. 
Cadow, Wra., merchant, h 325 Jarvis. 
Caffrey, James, laborer, h 40 Dum. 
Cager, Wm., sexton, h 114 Dnmmer. 
Cahill, Mrs. Bridget, washerwoman, h r 18 

Stanley. 
Cahil'i, John, laborer, h r 64 Power. 
Cain, John, carpenter, h 180 Sumach. 
Cain, Matthew T., J. E. Ellis & Co. 

King e. 

Cain, Michael, laborer, h 88 Victoria. 
Cnirn, Bernard, gardener, h Robert" 
Caithness, George, shoemaker, h r 18 Stanley. 
Calder, Duncan, blacksmith, 22 Beverley, h 

16 Agnes. 
CALUICOTT, REV. T. F., D.D., Baptist, 

h cor Bond and Gould. 
Caldwell, F., saddler, bds 275 Queen w. 
Caldwell, Hugh, clerk 133 King e, h same. 
Caldwell, James, laborer, h 71 North Park. 
Caldwell, John, carter, h r 28 McMahon. 
Caldwell, Mrs., (wid John), h 275 Queen w. 
Caldwell, Itliss Sarah, charwunian, h r 130 

Jarvis. 
Caldwell, Valentine, miner, h 337 Queen w. 
Caldwell, Wm. M., miner, li 37 Queen w. 
Calgey, Hugh, bricklayer, h 754 Sumach. 
Calhoon, Abraham, h 79 Louisa. 
Calhoun, J. C., salesman George Keith, bds 

204 Victoria. 
Calhoun, Joseph, porter W. Stmchan k Co., 

bds 48 Duke. 
Calliighan, Hugh, boot and shoemaker, 3184 

Queen w, h same. 
Callahan, Bartholomew, laborer, h82Stnnley. 
Callahan, John, soap grease collector, h 

Sydenlinni. 
Callahan, Thomas, laborer, h r 77 Stanley, 
C^iillahan, Timothy, (larptnter, h 70 Power. 
Callan, Thomas, tailor, IkIs 51 Ri(;limond e. 
Callander, Wm., carver, h 73 Queen w. 
Callard, Mrs. Elizabeth, provisions, 367 

Yonge, h same. 
Callard, Mrs. John, facny goods, 166 Queen 

\v h same. 
Callard, John, cutler 166 Queen w, h same. 
Callanl, Josiali, cutler, h 316 Queen w. 
Callard, Mrs. Josiah, dressmaker, 316 Queen 

w h same. 
Callaway, Mrs. M., milliner and dressmaker, 

839 \ onge, h same. 
Calleghan, Charles, entering cii^rk MotTatt, 

Murray k Beattie, bds 1 10 Queen e. 
Callighan, James, brass-worker, bds 110 

Queen e. 
Caldwell, Hugh, horsc-shoer, 135 Ricltmond 

w, bds 160 York. 
CAMERON, AliAN, clerk of Process, 0«- 

goode Hall, h Queen w. 



buihler, h 142 

R. Davis k Co., h 

325 .larvig. 
40 Dum. 
4 Diimmer. 
iherwoninn, h r 18 

64 Power. 
180 Sumni'li. 
Ellis k Co., h 43 

88 Victoria, 
h Hubert; 
kiT, hr 18'st«nley. 
ith, 22 Beverley, h 

F., !).D., Baptist, 

276 Queen w. 
3 King e, h same. 

h 71 North Park, 
r 28 McMahon. 
n), h '276 Queen w. 
arwonmn, h r 130 

er, li 337 Queen w. 
r, h 37 Queen w. 
', h 75i Kuniaoh. 

Louisa. 

Geoigp Keith, luls 

W. Striiehnn k Co., 

ul sJioeinaker, 3184 

iborer, li82Stflnlcy. 
rease collt'c-tor, h 

er, h r 77 Stanley. 
Iter, h 70 Power. 
lis 51 liiohniond e. 
!i 73 Queen w. 
, provisions, 367 

r gooils, 166 Queen 

Queen w, h same. 
316 Queen w. 
snuiker, 316 Queen 

ler and dressmaker, 

•ing clerk MoflTatt, 
110 Queen e. 
worker, bds 110 

ter, 135 Kichmond 

k of Process, Ot- 



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CAMKRON, ALKXANDER, (Cameron k 
Holmested), li Church cor Carlton. 

Cameron, Donald M., local reporter Globe 
newspajier, IhIr Rossin House. 

Cameron, Donald, h 2 Bradalbane. 

Cameron, D. E., salesman, IhIh 210 Yonge. 

Cameron, D. L., clerk, h 2 Breadalbane. 

Cameron, Duncan, student, h 187 Sayer. 

CAMERON. HECTOK, (Cameron & Smart), 
Whittemore's Big h 242 Victoria. 

CAMERON, HON. J. HILLYARD. Q.C., 
M.P., (Cameron, Harnian k I'..<ray), 
h " Meadows," 342 Queen w. 

CAMERON, HON. M. C, Q.C., M.P., 
provincial secretary and registrar, (Cam- 
eron & McMichiiel, and Cameron, McMi- 
chael, Fitzgerald k Hoskins), h 164 Duke. 

Cameron, James, grocer, 2 Camden, h same. 

Cameron, Jumes, gro(;cr, 136 Brock, h same. 

Cameron, John, carpcnU-r, G.T.R., h 117 
Portland. 

Cameron, John J., foreman, rolling mills, h 
4294 King e. 

Cameron, J, W., laborer, rolling mills, h 
King c. 

CAMERON, MRS. R., (wid John), h92 Ade- 
laide w. 

CAMERON, HARMAN k MURRAY, 
(Hon. J. H. Cameron, Q.C. M.P., S. B. 
Harman k W. M. Huson ftiurray), bar- 
risters-at-law and sulicitor«> m chan- 
cery, Roniain Buildings, 87 Ki.ig w. 

CAMERON k HOLMESTED, (Alex. Cam- 
eron k George S. Holmesteti), • barristers, 
&c., 107 King e, cor Cliurch, 

CAMERON k McMICHAKL, (Hon. M. C. 
Cameron, Q.C., M.P. P., DiuiielMoMicliael, 
D.C.L., and C. McSIichael), barristers, 
&c., 44 (Church. 

CAMERON, McMICHAEL, FITZGERALD 
& HOSKIN, (Hon. M. C. Cameron, Q.C., 
Daniel McMichael, D.C. L., Edward Fitz- 
gerald, M.A., LLB., and Alfred Hoskin), 
barristers and solicitors in chancery, 44 
Cliurch. 

CAMERON k SMART, (Hector Canu^rou 
and W. L. Smart), barristers, Whitte- 
more's Block. Toronto. 

CAMIDGE, JOHN., Mus. Doc, Cantuar, 

Campbell, Alex., accountant Royal Canadian 
Bank, 122 Seaton. 

Cami)boll, Alex., blflcksmith, h 338 King e. 

Campbell, Alex., clerk 21 k 23 Wellington e, 
George, ImIs 2 t\irty's block George. 

CamplM'U, Alex., h 19 Agnes. 

Campbell, A. F. , law .student, bds Toronto 
University. 

CAMPBELL, C. J., banker and broker, 92 
King e, h 80 Peter. 

Campbell, D., ledger-keeper. Bank of Tor- 
onto, h 151 Church. 

Campbell, D,, fireman, G.T.R., h Queen, 
cor Peter. 



Campbell, D. W., barber, bds 45 University. 
Campbell, Duncan, joiner, h Esther, nr 

Elizabeth. 
CAMPBELL, DUNCAN,^ M.D., i.hysician 

and surgeon, president Homoepathic Med- 
ical Board, h 108 Bay. 
Campbell, E. C, (Shaw k Campbell), h 135 

Yonge. 
Campbell, George, patent forge maker, 4 

Richmond e, h 93 Terauly. 
Campbell, Henry, locksmith, h 93 Terauley. 
CAMPBELL, JAMES, (J. Campbell & Son), 

li Javis nr Carleton. 
CAMPBELL, JAMES, k SON, (Jnmes&W. 

C), publishers, wholesale bookijllers and 

stationers, 9 Toronto. 
Campltell, James, h 2 Carty's block, George. 
Campbell, Mrs. Jessie, (wid. John), h 74 

Wood. 
Campbell, John blacksmith, bds 97 Eliza- 
beth. 
Campljell, John, harness maker, h 78 Vic- 
toria. 
Campbell, John McDonnell, Excise Officer, 

bds 108 Bay. 
Campbell, John, boot and shoemaker, 26 

AVellington e, h same. 
Campbell, John, bds 115 Winchester. 
Cami)bell, John, cabinet maker, h w 8 

McMnhon lane. 
Campbell, John, brickyard, h w s Yonge, 

between Beverley and Cottingham road, 

Yorkville 
Campbell, John, porter Donald k Peters, 

bds 140 King e. 
Camitbell, Joseph, bds e s Wellington oppo- 
site Exchange. 
Campbell, Josejih, carpenter and builder, 

h 140 Elizabeth. 
Cnmjibell, J., carpenter, bds 3534 Yonge. 
Campbell, Mrs. Annie, (wid of Patrick), h 

Wellington e s oppos ■ Exchange. 
Campbell, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid. William), 

h 35 Klizabeth. 
Campbell, Mis. Jane, (wid. Donalds, h 161 

Church. 
Campbell, Mrs. Mary, h r 87 McMahon. 
("Hnijibell, Mrs. M. J., (wid), h 261 Queen 'w. 
Campbell, Mrs. T. 1)., Ladies' School, 16 

Grenville. 
Campbell, Paul, clerk 21 & 23 Wellington 

e, bds 161 Church e s. 
Campbell, Peter, clerk, bds 151 Church. 
Campbell, Roderick, blacksmith, h 102 Boul- 

ton. 
Camjjbell, Richard, keeper Lunatic Asylum, 

bds same. 
Campbell, Robert, laborer, h 87 Sumach. 
Campbell, Robert, laborer, h 60 Duchess. 
Campbell, R. (J. clerk, h 49 Esther. 
Campbell, Samuel, policeman, h 38 Albert 
Campbell, Thonif.s, photographer, bds 161 

Church, 
t^ampbell, Wm., blacksmith, 309 King e. 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO. S 



CAMPIJELL, W. C, (J. Campbell & Son), 
h cor Shutcr and Mutual. 

Campbell, Wm., grocer, wine and spirit 
merchant, 14 Palace, h f^une. 

Campbell, William, manage/ James Baylis 
k Co., res Daven]K>rt Koad. 

Campbell, W. A., clerk of as-size, co. York, 
res e s Avenue UoatK nr Hloo:, Yorkville. 

Carapton, U. H., butolier and pork packer, 
167 King w. li 96 Adelaide w. 

CAMFTON, THOMAS, ginger beer manu- 
facturer, l;>^ York, h 96 Adelaide w. 

Campton, Thomas, bntclier, 133 Yock, h 06 
Adelaide w. 

CANADA COMPANY, Hon. W. R. Kobin- 
son and Hon. G. \V. Allan, coniniissiouers, 
n s King e, cor Froderi(:k. 

CANADA FAUMEU, (s.-nii-montlily), Olobe 
Printing (Jonipuny publishers and props, 
26 & 28 King u. 

CANADA INLAND STEAM NAVIGA- 
TION CO. 'S OFFICE, N. Milloy agent, 
8 Front e. 

CANADA LANDED CREDIT COMPANY, 
Lewis Moffutt, presdt ; Hon. W. P. How- 
land, vico-prcsdt; John Synions, secy, 22 
King e. 

CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE CO., E. 
Bradburne, agent, Whiteniore's bigs., 
Toronto. 

CANADA PERMANENT BUILDING & 
SAVINGS SOCIETY, Joseph D. Uidout, 
presdt ; Peter Paterson, vice-presdt ; .1. 
Herbert Mason, secy, k trcas.. Masonic 
Hall, Toronto. 

CANVDA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 
Bay, cor Richmond. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, 
Hon. Wm. McMaster, i)resident, 
Henry S. Howland, vice-president, R. J. 
Dallas, cashier, Yonge. cor Colborne. 

CANADIAxV BAPTIST, weekly, (Thurs- 
day), H. Lloyd, editor and proprietor, 11 
King w. 

CANADIAN EXPRESS CO., M. H. Irish 
agent, 57 Yonge. 

CANADIAN FREEMAN, J. G. Jloylan, 
editor, and proprietr)r, 74 Church. 

CANADIAN INSTITUTE, President, Prof. 
H. Croft, D.C.L., F.C.S., 44 Riclimond e. 

CANADIAN JOURNAL of COMMERCE, 
E. T. Bromfield & Co., publishera, 48 
King c. 

CANADIAN LOD AND EMIGRATION 
COMPANY, of London, England. C. J. 
Blomtield k Co., publishers, 48 King e. 

CANADIAN MERCANTILE TEST, pub- 
lished fortnightly, John Kerr, editor and 
proprietor, British A. Assurance bigs. 
Court, cor Church. 

CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL 
JOURNAL, J. M. Trout publisher. Daily 
Telegraph office, Bay, E. B. Shuttleworth 
•ditor. 



CANADIAN MONETARY TIMES, A 
INSURANCE CHRONICLE, Robertson 
k Cook publishers for the Com])ttny, Bay 
nr King. 

CANADIAN STOVE WORKS, J. O. 
Beard k Sons, Esplanade opitosite N. K, 
Station. 

Canavan, James B., h 92 Spndinuave. 

Canavan, John, barrister, 68 King e, h 
Murray. 

( 'anavan, Michael, laborer, h .'57 Moria w. 

Canavan, Wm., law student, bds 92 Spadina 
ave. 

Caness, Nichol, brush maker, h 407 Little 
Kichmond. 

Canhani, Miu, midwife, h 7 Duchess, 

Cann, Samuel S., millinery and (ln-s.smak- 
iug establishment, 388 Yonge, h same. 

Ciinnen, Mrs. Alice, (wid.), dressmaker, h 
212 palace. 

Canning, J. P., .salesman, 33 to 37 King e, 
bds 196 Centre. 

Cannon, P., cuuehman, h 46 Centre. 

Canute, George S., printer Leader oflice, 
bds 17 Richmond. 

Capon, W. B., dealer in decaleonianic mater- 
ial and stencil plate cutter 199 Yonge, h 
69 Queen e. 

CAPREOL, FREDERICK C, president 
Huron k 0. S. C. Co., 16 k 18 Wellington 
w, h 25 Wellington w. 

Capreol, James L., law student, lids 25 
Wellington w. 

Coradie, Mi's. Alary, (wid), housekeeper, h 
118 Yonge, 

Cark-rry, Mrs. Catherine, (wid James), h 32 
Dumnier. 

Corbould, Charles, law student, bds 10 Ger- 
ard. 

Corbould, Gordon, bds 10 Gcrrnrd. 

Carding, Mrs. llonora. h 84 Pine w. 

Carfrae, Mi-s. T., (wid), h 34 S.ott. 

Carkeek, Ai-thur, machinist, h 81 Colborne. 

Carkeek, Mrs. Charlotte, prop, Carkeek's 
Hotel, 81 Colborne. 

CARLAW, JOHN A., cashier G.T.R., 
oflice Union depot, h 207 Jarvis. 

CARLESS, JAMES, de|Hisiiory U. C. Bible 
and Tract Soi-iety, 102 Yonge, h same. 

Carleton, Robert, porter Union Station 
Hotel, York. 

CARLISLE, GEORGE W., prop of Terrapin 
restaurant, 87 & 89 King e, h .same. 

Carlton, Alex., carter, h 23 St^mley. 

Carlton, Robert, grocery, next 205, h same. 

CARLYLE, JAMES, M.D., principal Boys- 
Model School. 

Carlyle, John, (Greig & Carlyle), h 63 On- 
tario c. 

Carlyle, Mrs. Morgaret, (wid David), h 234 
Queen e. 

Carlyle, Wm. , corpenter, h 236 Queen o. 

Carmichacl, Alex., book-keeper, bds 9 Ade- 
laide e. 



ETAJir TIMES, d! 
liONWLE, Kobortson 
for tlio CoinjMHiy, Bay 

E WORKS, J. a. 
lanade oi>i>ositu N. R, 

92 Spndinii ave. 
lister, 68 King e, li 

•orcr, \\ 57 Mnria w. 
luilfiit, bds yj Miiadina 

h milker, h 407 Little 

fi", li 7 Duchi'ss. 
lliiiery and dn-ssmak- 
a88 Yon^c!, Ji same, 
(wid.), dressuiukfr, h 

nan, 33 to 37 King c, 

n, h 40 Centre, 
printer Leader oflico, 

in decalfoniaiiic mator- 
cutti;r 19U Yonge, h 

^KK'K C, president 
:o., lfi& 18 Wellington 
1 w. 
law student, bds 25 

(wid), housekeeper, h 

rine, (wid James), h 82 

w student, bds 10 Ger- 

Is 10 Gerrard. 
V. h 84 Pino w. 
1), h34 S-,-ott. 
'hinist, li SI Colborne. 
lotte, prop, Curkeek's 

A., cashier G.T.R., 
h 207 Jarvis. 
dejKisitory U. {,'. Bible 
lO'^i Yonge, h same. 
l>orter Union Station 

KW., prop of Terrapin 

King e, h same. 
, h 23 Stimley. 
ery, next 205, h same. 

M.D., principal Boys' 

k Carlyle), h 63 On- 

't, (wid David), h 234 

ter, h 236 Queen e. 
>ok-keeper, bds 9 Ade- 



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Carmiuhocl, Capt., str. "Champion," h 44 

Wood. 
Carmiehael, Robert, moulder, bds 28 Vic- 
toria. 
Carniichael, R., cooper, 9 Adelaide c, h 

same. 
Carmiehael, Wm., elerk 67oA« Printing Co., 

h Ontario cor Duchess. 
CARNKGIK, cn A ULEvS, watchmaker and 

jeweller, 1 4 King w, h same. 
Carney, Nicholas, hi borer, h 518 King w. 
Carney, Thomas, laborer, h r Cruikshank nr 

Mutual. 
Caron, I.. Desire, h 113 Portland. 
Caron, Thomas, engine turner G.T.R., hSlO 

King \v. 
Carr, Charles, laborer, 158 Sayer. 
Carr, Edward, constahli', bds 5)5 Teraulcy. 
Carr, .lames, liiborcr, 1 Trinity. 
CARR, JOHN, city elerk, h 23, Denison 

ave. 
Carr, M rs. chiir woman, h Simcoe, bet Front 

and K.s]ilanade. 
Carr, Robert, fireman, h Douro. 
Carr, — — , insunince clerk, lids 151 ("hurch. 
Canictk. Mrs. Margaret, (wid Andrew, jun.,) 

baker, h 40 Ri<'hmond w. 
CARRIE, ROBERT, (l)obbie & Carrie), h 

224 Victoria. 
Carrier, Wm., clerk, bds fid Teraulcy. 
Carrigan, James, laborer, Roughcast Row, h 

r 250 Palace. 
Carrigan, .lohn, laborer, h 144 Beech. 
Carrique, Jeremiah, shoemaker, h C9 Col- 
borne. 
Carrol, Robert, builder and contractor, h 

Sheppitrd e s. 
CAKR(»LL, CHAREES J., barrister. Ma- 
sonic Hall, 18 Toronto, h 64 North, 

Yorkviile. 
Carroll, C. H., salesman, bds 342 Yonge. 
Carroll, Daniel, tailor, h 68 McMahon. 
CaiToU, Mrs. Eliza, (wid George), h 296 

Queen e. 
Carroll, James, tinsmith, bds 22 McMahon. 
CARROEL, JOHN, suiwrintendent Lcculer 

ollice, 172 Berkeley. 
Carroll, Mrs. Margaret, (wid Wm.), h 623 

Little Richmond. 
Can-oil, Mrs. Mary, (wid Robert), h 21 

McMahon). 
Carroll, Mrs. Mary, fish dealer, h r 77 Stan- 

ley. 
Carroll, Mrs., h 15 Centre. 
Carroll, Nicholas, laborer, h Huntley, nr 

Isabella. 
Carroll, Patrick, lather, h 61 Cedar. 
Ca.roU, Thomas, carpenter, bds 15 Centre. 
Carroll, Wm., laborer, h7 Cherry. 

Carruthers, , Itds Black Horse Hot«l. 

Carnithers, Andrew, mail clerk G.T.R., h 

15 Maitland. 
Carmthers, G. F., clerk freight office G.T.R., 

bds 165 Adelaide w. 



CARRUTHERS, E. M., fc CO., (E. M. Car- 
ruthers, George Ewart and Charlea Perry), 
props steamer " Algoma," 56 Front e. 
CARRUTHERS. E. M., (E. M. Carruthers 
& Co.), and wharfinger. Queen's wharf, h 
456 Little Richmond. 
Carruthers, John, clerk jiost office, h 107 

Mutual. 
Carruthers, John, contractor, h 14 Don. 
Carruthers, John, laborer, h 7 llloor. 
Carson, W., prop. Rising Sun Hotel, 632 

Yonge. 
CARSWELL, R. importer of books on law 
and medicine, photographer, 6 King w, h 
same. 
Cartan, Michael, laborer, li 408 Queen e. 
Carter, Charles, toba-xo worker, h 49 Vic- 
toria. 
Carter, Edmund, warehcuseninn O.W.R., 

freight house, bds McGann's hotel. 
Carter, Edwiird T., book-keeper John Hul- 

lum, bds Robin.sor, House. 
Carter, George, chair maker, h Lumley, nr 

Robinson. 
CARTER, GKORGE, barber, 25 King w, 

also Queen's hotel, h 148 Centre. 
CARTER, JOHN, i.rintcr, foreman H. Row- 
sell's, h 10 RichnK ml w. 
Carter, John, trunk iimker 181 King e, and 

boarding house keeper 88 Bav. 
t!ARTER, JOHN, prof, of nmsic, h 137 

iSimcoe. 
Carter, John, clerk, bds 10 Richmond w. 
Carter John B., maj) mounter, h 200 Terauley. 
Carter, J. cleaner, G.T.R. 
Carter, Misses M. & A., millinery and man- 
tle makers, 362 Yonge, h same. 
Carter, Richard, tobacco worker, h 227 

Sayer, 
Carter, Stephen, confectioner, bds 150 

Centre. 
Carter, Wm., carpenter, h 10 Richmond w. 
Carter, Wm., <ar])enter, 150 Centre. 
Carto, Betijamin, fancy goods, 260 King e, 

h same. 
Carto, Mrs. B. manufacturer hair jewellery, 

260 Kiiige. 
CARTY, JEREMIAH, soap and candle 
manufacturer, cor Queen and George, h 
1 Carty's block, George. 
CARTY S BLOCK, E. S. George, north of 

Queen. 
Cary, G. W., hair-dressing saloon, 154 

Yonge, h 269, Church. 
Casci, B., artist in plaster, 3 Stanley, 

h same. 
Casey, Maurice, gardener, h Pine, cor. Don. 
Casey, Jlichael, laborer, h Strachan ave, 

nr cor King. 
Casey, Patrick, laborer, h 284 Queen w. 
Casey, T. P., barber and hair dresser, Rossin 

House, York, h 158 York. 
Cashman, M. George, broom-maker, h 202 
Centre. 



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C. E. ANDEKSON 4^ CO. 8 



C«8hnmu, Mrs., (wid Timothy), h 1 42 Agnc8. 

Ua«ix*r, Suniuel, h 23 Aiielaide w. 

CasBcll, Mrs. Eli/abeth, (widow), h ssHydcn- 
ham, Yorkville. 

Cassell, K., drovor, li s » Svdeiilmin, York- 
vill.'. 

Casst'U, Allan, law studfiit, l»ds 519 .Farvis. 

CASSEI^, liOUKllT, Ml, banister, 66 
Church, h 517 Jurvis. 

C'assels, W. (1. P., studL'iit at liiw, (Blake, 
KeiT, & Wells), h cor .larvis iiixl Bloor. 

Ciissidv, .IniiU's, tailor, h US ("hiirch. 

CASSIDY. .1. J., M.L)., pliysician and sur- 
geon, h 118 liurcli. 

C'iiSiiiily, iMirh,ii'l, laltorcr, h c s Uivi-r, bet 
(».ik and r.cMvh. 

Ciissidv, I'atrii'k, cali-drivor, h 78 Albtirt. 

Cassid V, Solomon, turnkey of tht; jail, h 75 

Castillo, Oneida, waggon-niuker, Wni. hris- 

foe s, (jliicen w. 
Castle, Uichanl, l)ri(!klayer, h l!»7 Kli/abeth. 
Caston, Frederick, fanner, ii '20 Isabella. 
Cintoii, Henry I'Mniund, stuilent at law, bds 

'20 Isabella." 
(;asw(;ll, 'Wni., uoarding-house, 15;i Adolaidi; 

w. 
Catluart, Israc, laborer, h 92 Elizabeth. 
Cothcart, .Fnines, inn-keeper, 3.")() Queen w. 
Cathcart, .Mr.s. -M., h 42:) Ade'uide w. 
Cithcart, ilrs. Hosaniond, (wid Hobert), li 

100 i; itlmr-t. 
Cathcart. Wni., carpenter, Ii Vaukoiij^Iinet w. 
Ci'.ther, Ji.^eph, salesman, 31 Kin}i( e, h 35 

(.Jlouco.ster. 
Cather, Wni. .1. K.,en,^inepr, li 35f!lon<'estL'r. 
Catherell idirhael, pop maker, bds 75 Caro- 
line, 
(fathers, (!corr;e, lalxn'er, h 15 .St:uilc>-. 
Catlirill, .lohn, teamster l>. Crawlord & Co., 

h 57 < 'uroline. 
CATHItON, HOliFdlT 1'.., accmntaiit F. P. 

Hiiildini^ A Saving Society, h 1(59 Mutual. 
Caton, .Michael, laborer, li 487 Little Uich- 

nif.'id. 
CATTANACH, ALKX. .1., (Crooks, King.s- 

mill k Caltanach). 
CATTO, .lOHN, (.1. Catto& Co.), h 389 

Church. 
CATTO, .lOHN & CO., .Iry goods 59 King 

opp Toronto. 
Catton, Timothy, laborer, li cor I'ine e and 

Queen. 
Cauhvcll, .lohn, carter, h r 29 S(^aton. 
Cnidtield, Frank, bricklayer, h 9S I'ortland. 
CAULK INS & SANDKKSON, (.1. R Caul- 
kins and 1*. K. Sanilerson), broom and 

bruah manufactory, 434 Yonge. 
CAULKINS, J. l{.,(Caulkin8& Sandei-son), 

h 432 Yonge. 
CAULKINS, D.E., (Sanderson & Caulkins), 

h 42 Wood. 
CAVEN, REV. W., professor E.xigeticnl 

Theolog)', Knox's College, h Vietorin. 



clerk Hank 
Frank, back 



of 
of 



Caven, .lohn, clerk Koyal Canadian liauk, 

Ixls 4(1 Bond. 
Cavil, Wm., builder, h 40 Magill. 
Cawley, James, laborer, h 79 Sunmch. 
('awn, Francis, laborer, h 64 Elizabeth. 
CAWTHI.'A, WM., h 91 Bay, cor King. 
C/iXTON ri{ESS, Thomas Hill, prop, book 

& j(d) ])rinter, manufacturer of parclimunt 

jiaper address labels, merchandise tags, 

ic. Nelson, cor King. 
Cavley, Fnuik, discount 

Toronto, ))ds Beverley. 
Cayley, .lohn, ivs Castle 

Cemetry. 

Cayley, Michael, laborer, h 59 Stanley. 
CAYLEV, HON. WM., clerk Surrogate 

Court, h n s D'Arcy w Beverley. 
Cerberry, Kennedy, grocer, 228 Sayer, h 

.same. 
CHADWUK, AUSTIN C, (McDonald & 

Chadwick). 
CHADWICK, E. M., (Beatty & Chadwick), 

h 3i Mercer. 
Chailwick, Thomas, porter, h Park. 
CHAFFEY, K., (Chaliey & Bro.and E. Chaf- 

fey k Co.), res Niagara. 
CHAFFKV, (JEOKUE, (E. Chalfey & C"o.,) 

bds 155 Voiige. 
CHAFFKV, .lOHN, iChaffey .<: Bro.), reji 

Engliinil. 
CHAFFEV, E., k CO., (E. ChatiVy, and 

(Jeorge Cliatrcy), indents .Etna, Hartford 

anil Home Insuvanci! Cos., 49 Fiont e. 
1;HAFFEY k BUO., (E. Challey and .lohn 

Challey), coal and wood merchants. 

Front. 
(!halender, Kev. Pierre, I'rofesaor, 

Michael's ("ollege, St. .loseph. 
Chalkley, Hubert, porter at 81 (,'hurcli. 
Cli.'dmern, .Mex., machinist, h 121 Elm w. 
Chaloner, Henry, blacksmith, h 372(»)ueenw. 
Chaloiicr, Mrs. Henry, ilry goods, h 372 

Queen w, h same. 
Chamliin'lain, Cliarlcs, caritenti-r, IxU 340 

Yonge. 
(."hambcrlain, Christopher, merchant, h 45 

Loni.sa. 
Chambers, Mrs. Ann, (wid Thomsis), 236 

Tcrauley. 
Cham''ei-s, .Inme.s, laborer, 1 Trinity, h 109 

and 1] Sumach. 
Cham]),,!. S., cashier (J. W. U. freight otiice, 

Yonge street station, h 51 (,)ueen. 
Champion, Wm., watchmaker, bds 99 Uich- 

jiiond w. 
CHANDLEl! k PLATTS, (.lohn Chandler 

it liol)ert Platts), dry goods, millinery, 

and clothing, 1()5 King e. 
CHANDLEU. .loHN, (Clu.ndler 

h 88 Mutual. 
Chanter, (Jeorge, tailor, 7 King 

( 'arlton. 
Chanter, Samuel, oariK'ntir, li 49 Carlton. 
Chaplin, Wui., clerk, h 149 Vuiiauley. 



49 

St. 



k Platts). 
e, bds 49 



Cunatlian Dank, 

Maf(ill. 
9 iSiimach. 
)4 Elizahetli. 
ay, i;or King. 
Hill, prop, book 
nr of iMircliinunt 
lurchaiidiHii tags, 

cli'ik. Hank of 

Flank, back of 

rd) Htanlcy. 

clerk Hurrogate 
Ji-verli'V. 
r, 228- Saycr, h 

I'., (Ml! Donald & 

itty k ( 'haihvii'k), 

li I'lirk. 
IJro.und K. Chaf- 

CliaflVy & Co.,) 

iffty it Hro. >, ni,s 

(K. (lialiVy, and 
i .Ktiia, Hartford 
s. , 4!) Front V. 
('iiall'i-v and John 
id iiiL-rchants, 49 

, Professor, St. 

o.st'i)!;. 

t 81 (.'liurcli. 

St, li 121 Klni w. 

til, li a72«j>ue('nw. 

dry goods, h 372 

irpenti-r, ImU 340 

, nitM'chant, li 45 

/id Thomas), 236 

, 1 Trinity, h 109 

'. U. freight ollice, 

ikir, IhIj* 99 Uicli- 

, (.lolin Chandler 

goods, millinery, 

e. 

li.ndler k Plutts). 

' King e, bds 49 

r, il 49 Carlton. 
19 Vanauley. 



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Chuppcll, Freduriuk, 17tb Kcgt, h r Qui-en 

w, nr John. 
Chniinian, licnjamin, watchmaker, h 2*20 

Cnurcli. 
Chapinun, Kdward J., I'll. I)., prof, minerol- 

"gy> K''"'"j5y» I'niversity College, li 10 

king w. 
Chapman, (ieorge, plumber, 10,5 li lierkclev. 
Chapman, George, ftaleHmaii, bds 36 Kich- 

mond w. 
Chapinun, John, Ntove-mounter, li 130 

llerkeley. 
Chapman, Joseph, machanist, bds 20 Eliza- 
beth. 
Chapman, Samuel, laborer, h 118 Adelaide w. 
Chapman, Tii(jiiia.s, jirintrr, h 2:< DalhoUMie. 
Chappie, VV. H., printer, bds 40 Hoiid. 
Charbutt, Anthony, C. l\ Ueid k Co. 's eigar 

fai'tory, h Ann. 
Chard, Charles, eonfeetionery and fruits 316 

Yong(!, h Hr.ine. 
Charles, .laine.s, eook Aineriean Hotel, h I04 

(Jspoode. 
CHAKLKSWOHTH, JOHN, (John Charles- 
worth k Co.), h '2H!> Jarvia. 
CHAULHSWOKTH, JOHN k CO., wliole- 

.sale importers of dry goods and millinery, 

42 .t 44 Yolige. (See advt.) 
Charlton, Abraham, boiler-maker, h 47 

Esther. 
Charlton, Anthony, eigar-inaker, li72 Emma, 
('harltoii, (ieorge, li 2;") Agnes. 
Charlton, ( ieorge, niaehini.st E. Jt .\. Mcd- 

ealf, bds 42 Uiver. 
(.!harlton, George, buteher, h 38 Don. 
ChaiJton, Mi-s. H. M., (widow), h(i2 Palace. 
Charlton, Henry, iiainter, h Mi N. Park. 
Charlton, Hugh, laborer, h 340 Little Uieh- 

moiid. 
Charlton, John, salesman Hughes k Co., 

bds 32 Bond. 
Charlton, Ko!>ert, h 43 Itiver. 
Charlton, Uobei*. laborer, h 72 Itiver. 
Charlton, T., clean -r 0. T. I{. 
Charlton, Win., bo( tmaker, lnls KU Sayer. 
Chariiley, Georgia cbiiiet- maker, bds 84 

King.' 
Charters, Ale.v., dairyman, h i^lutual. 
Charters, Thomas, moulder Solio F'ouiidry, 

h 193 Eli/.;ibctli. 
Chase, M i-s. Bridget, ( wid l^fayette), tuilore.s.s, 

112 Edward. 
Cheadle, Henjiuniii, bliieksmith, h r ;!8 

Centre. 
Cheesebrougli, Cliarles, machinist, h 81 

Niagara. 
CHEinUEH, UEV. LEON., professor St. 

Michael's Ccdiege, St. Jo.sepli. 
CHEHKLMAN, J. li.. M. A., profe.««or 

natural history 'Tnivcrsity College, h 49 

Hloor. 
CHEKUY, HASPIN 1!., inop. Cumberland 

House, Yonge w a Yorville. 
Cherry, Samuel, laborer, h 113^ Oak. 



Cheahire, Wm., iiapcr-haiigur, h IBl Luinley, 
Chesnut, T. G., teacher, h 7 Murroy. 
CHEWETT, WILLIAM, M.D.. (W. C. 

Chewett k Co., and W. H. Hrown & Co.), 

li College nv. nr Yoiige. 
CHEWETT. W. C. k CO., (W. C. Chewett, 

W. W. Cop|» & iL J. Clark), booksellers, 

stationers, lithographer, publishers, fte., 

17 and 19 Kinge. 
('Iieyiie. Luther, salesman, 33 to 37 King c, 

h 354 Queen e. 
Cheyne, .Mrs. K., housekeej)er Hobert 

Walker k Sons, U.J to 37 King v'. 
Cheyne, liobci t, .sah unii'ii, 33 to 37 King 0, 

bds snt\"\ 
Chidley, Henry, grain merchant, h 634 

Yongi'. 
Chidley, Robert H., engineer, bds 634 

Yoi.ge. 
Chilcott, Alfred, farmer, li 4S0 Hathurst. 
Cliilds, Mrs. Hiuily, (wid), h 34 Alexander. 
Childs, Will., brii'klaycr, h 1G6 Agnes w. 
CHILDS, W. S., (Chil.ls k Hamilton, k 

Hrown k Cliilds, iSlontreal, res Montreal. 
CHILDS & HAMILTON, (W. S. Childs, 

Champion, Hruwii, k W. H. Humillou, 

wholesale boot and shoe manufactory, 7 

Wellington e. 
Chilmaii, Mattlaw, shoemaker, li 34 

Hathui'.st. 
CHIPMAX, U. J. I.', seo'etaiy and manager 

Colonial Securities' Company, Edinburgh, 

Ass. bilgs., Wellington w, li C*iurcli w s, 

nr liloor. 
Chisliolin, Alex., der^, 98 Hoiid. 
Chisliolin, A., porter 5 Wellington, h 

Yietoiia. 
CHISHOLM, A T., inauager news depot G, 

T. li., bds UoBsin Hou.s<>. 
CHISHOLM, C. !{., news depot G. T. K.. 

res Montreal. 
Chisholm, Daniel, .salesman, 105 King e, bds 

Hond. 
CHISHOL.M, THOMAS C, commission 

iiieieliiint, 88 Front e, h 60 Mutual. 
CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN, otii.'e, Hev. W. 

J.ll'ers, D. 1)., editor, 80 Kinge. 
Christian, Mrs. Mary Anne, (wid. Daniel), 

h 15 Vii;toria. 
CHRISTIAN, THOMAS, mathematical and 

tilegra|ili iiistinmeiit maker at 27 Ex- 

eliHivi;--, il 115 Victoria. 
(liRlSTIAN r.lIOTIIKRS' SCHOOL, Kev. 

Hrother Arnold, priniipal, Hathurst, be- 
tween Adelaide and (Jui!en. 
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' ACADEMY', 

Hev. Brother Arnold, prinei})al, 98 to 102 

Nel.son e. 
CHRISTIAN, BROTHERS' SCHOOL, Bro- 
ther Seraphin, principal, McDonnell 

Square. 
CHKlSTli;, ALEX., accountant, commis- 
sion house and patent agent, 34 King e, h 

9 Cruickshaiik. 



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C. E. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



(Ihriitie, A. J., clerk CrookB, Kingstnill and 

Oattaimuh, h 47 King «. 
Christ'e, Alexander U., lumlx-r murchnnt, h 

287 King w. 
Christie, Henry, clerk, 25 Kitige. 
Christie, James, Coniinis. Dcpt., h 90 Mil- 

tual. 
Christie, James, landing waiter, h 207 Hope. 
Christie, John, luhorer, Tecuniseth, eor 

Adelaiile. 
ChriHtie, Uoliert, carpnter, h College, nr 

Robert. 
Christie, Thomas, laborer, h Eliziilx'th, nr 

South I'urk. 
Christie, Wn»., commission agent, b(l8(!lifton 

Houst.'. 
Christie, \Vu\., wholeMali! biscuit manufac- 
turer, (i'Jti Vonge, li Hiime. 
Christmiis, Josejili, liilxin'r, h 30 Melinda. 
Cliristopher, .lames, conductor (}. T. II., 

Simcop. 
Church, Mi-s. Catharine, seamstnsH, h 21 

Agnes. 

cHui;cii 8Tuf:kt ouanok hall, a 

Church. 
Church Street wharf, Scott k Gorrie, props, 

Hiplanade foot of (^iiurch. 
CHURCH S( KM l-yPY'S OFFICE, Diocese of 

Toronto, W. P. Atkinson, Sec, 7t) Kinge. 
Churchill, Miss ("., head mistress I'hoebe 

street school, h St. Patrick. 
Churchill, Mrs. B., washerwoman, h 48 Hond. 
Churchill, Thomas, h 84 St. Patrick's. 
Churchward, Robert, cari)cnter, h Agnes w, 

nr Terauley. 
City Arms Hotel, R. Creates, prop., 36 West 

Market. 
City Bank of Montreal (Branch), John Moi-t, 

manager, 64 and 66 Bay cor Wellington w. 
CITY BATHS & GYMNASIUM, Donald 

Grant, superintendent, Adelaide w nr 

Yonge. 
C;iTY LARDER DINING ROOMS, J. 

Ick Evans, prop.. Post Office lane. 
<.;ITY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, (diaries 

Lind.say, Registrar, Royal Insurance 

buildings, 1 Wellington e, h 171 Church. 
CITY WEIGH HOUSE, nr St. Lawrence 

Mar.''et, C. Fisher weigh master. 
CLAMl'ET, MRS. ANN, charwoman, h 2 

Charlcb 
Clancy, Ja.nes, employee Rolling Mills, h 

Pine. 
CLANCEY, JAMES, laborer, h331 Quefn e. 
Clapp, John C, engineer liay street fire 

engine, h 55 Adelaide w. 
Clare, Samuel, writing master, h 74 Elm w. 
Clark, Alex, fireman N.R.C, h 1 Baxter's 

row, Vanauley. 
CLARK, ALLISTER M., barrister, 3 Wel- 
lington chambers, res cor William and 

Avenue road, Yorkville. 
Clark, Mrs. Ann, (wid Andrew), boarding- 
bouse, 4 Spadina ave. 



CLARK, ANGUS, fT. k A. Clark), 53 Wei- 

lington e, Ms (Queen's Hotel. 
Clark, Arthur D., with P. M. (Uark, 05 

King w. 
CLARK BROS., carriage makers, 161, 183 

& 155 York. 
Clark, Misa Clara, Ist assistant Girls' Model 

School. 
Clark, Mrs. E., seamstress, h Sumach nr 

P -h. 
Clark, Khenezpr, tailor, h 55 North. 
Clark, Francis, musician, h 69 Albert. 
Clark, C,eo., sexton St. .lames, h '2H Louisa 
Clark, G. S. W., book-keeper, bds 16 Front 
C;iark, (J. W., h n s ScoUard, Yorkville. 
C'lark, Henry, lalwrer, h 19 Emily. 
Clark, Henry F., Htndent-at-law,h Yorkville. 
CLARK, HENRY J., (W. C. Clicwett & 

<'o. ), h Sherliournc, nr Bloor. 
Clark, H. 1)., grocer, 95 Church, h same. 
CLARK, J. k A., (Jimiesan.i Angus Clark), 

C'lmmission merchants, 63 \Velliiij,'ton e. 
CLARK, .lAME.S, (.1. & A. Clark), 53 Wei- 

lington e, bds Queen's Hotel. 
Clark, .lames, carpenter, h iK'tween Yonge & 

Gwynne, Yorkville. 
(Mark, James, nho<'maker, h 35 Cherry. 
Clark, James, law ilerk, ImIs 4(1 Bond. 
Clark, .lohn, salesman, h7 Charles. 
Clark, John, lalxirer, h 19 Stanley. 
(Mark, John, prop. Elyseum saloon, 173 

Yonge. 
Clark, .losepli, marine store, 14 Adelaide w, 

h same. 
Clark, Miss L. seamstress, h 21 Cruickshank. 
('lark, Mrs. Marg't, (wid), retired, h 46 Ik)nd. 
Clark, Mrs. Jane, charwoman, h 58 Duke. 
Clark. Patrick, compositor Globe, h 144 

Bee.h. 
(Mark, Patrick, laborer, li 85 South Park. 
Clark, Richard II., cutter 165 Kinge, h 10 

Bond. 
(Mark, R. P., grocer. King w. 
(Mark. Richard, shoemaker, h r 61 tjueen w. 
(Mark, S. B., senior clerk (.'ourt ('ommon 

Pleas, Osgoode Hall, h 8 Gerrard e. 
CLARK, S. C. DUNCAN-, k CO., agents 

for sale of Motts' lubricating oil ; gen agta 

Lancashire Ins. Co., 96 King e. 
CLARK, S. C. DUNCAN-, ((S. C. Duncan- 
Clark k Co.), h 76 Beverley. 
(Mark, Thomas, shoemaker, h 33 ("hurch. 
Clark, Thomas, confectioner 179 King e, h 

162 Victoria. 
Clark, Wm., cab-driver, h 156 York. 
CLARK, WM. MORTIMER, barrister, 48 

King e, h cor King and John. 
Clark, W., moulder Wm. Hamilton k Son. 
Clark, W. A., supt Parson Bros., h cor Don 

and River. 
Clark, Wm. C, moulder, h 111 Berkeley. 
Clark, Wm. H., clerk, bds 40Cariton. 
Clark, W. S., clairvoyant physician, h 142 

Berkeley. 



Clark), 63 Wei- 
.tcl. 
». M. Clark, 05 

mkcrs, 161, 1S3 

nnt Girls' Model 

I, h Huinach nr 

5 North. 

est AllnTt. 

ii's, li 2t* Louisa 
r, bils 1(1 Front 

i, Yorkviile. 

Kmiiy. 

Ihw.Ii Yorkviile. 
('. Chewott & 

oor. 

wrc.h, li Hnnic 
nd Aiiffiis Clark), 
3 \Vclliii;,'ton e. 

Clark), 53 Wel- 

tel. 
Iivlwi'i'n Yonge & 

1 35 ( !herry. 
s 4(i lloiul.' 
Ciiurlcs. 
Stiinlcy. 
uni stilooii, 173 

',14 Adeliiide w, 

I 21 Cruiekslinnk. 
otire(l,h 4(J liond. 
iin, h 5S Duke, 
r Globf, h \4i 

if) South I'nrk. 
165 King e, h 10 

w. 

, h r 01 Queen w. 

: Court C'omtnon 

Gcrranl e. 
■, & C(J., agents 
:ing oil ; gen agta 
ing e. 

, ((S. C. Uuncan- 
rley. 

h 33 Church, 
er 179 King e, h 

156 York. 

KU, iiarrister, 48 

Fohn. 

}ianiilton k Son. 

Mros., h cor Don 

I 111 Berkeley. 
40 Carlton, 
physician, h 142 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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J. BRIMER, 

Merchant Tailor, 

ri VoiiKo street. EuMt Nlilo. 

(riKsT Kiortr. s<»i in hk <jrKKN' sTnBF.T), i 



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ALWAYS ON HAND. 



W. MILI.lCHAMrS 

PROVmOIAL FIRST PRIZE, 

^old j^ilvrr aud ^tii 

PLATIX4J WOKKS. 

80 QUEEN STREET WEST, TORONTO. 

.Ml kiiiils of ( iuriiigi' mihI lliuuiss I'luliiig 

ijonc to oiiirr. .M.su niMiiuriK'tinri' nl' Will- 

iliiw ami .Show ( iisr hiviilini;' Miir>. 

DEALER IN OILS LAMPS, &c. 

WORN Ot'T KI.KCTKO-PLATKi) W.\RK KKPLKMSIIKn KQl Al TO NEW. 




o-Eoi^ca-E A., ao3:.i-.iss, 
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, 

V0X(;K STRKKT, 4 IMMIIJ.^ ABOVK MI.OOU, VOHKVILLI'.. 

\.B. - K.xcliiKiv>ly wliolcKHlf, iiiiil none l>ul lir»t-i-lti<«Cig»»r-n. ♦*"" J<Qm»tiiil)<*r1 lie place, 
Yoiige stii'ft, lour (li'oi-s iiliovf llloor >ti('ct, Yorkviile. 



ROBERT CARMICHAEL, 

G^ E IV K Pt ^.. I^ O O O f» E 

No. 9 ADELAIDE STREET EAST, TORONTO, ONT. 



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FIRE AND MARINE 



No. 49 Front Street East, 

Next door to F. A C. Perkins & Co. TOIE^yOIsrTO. 



FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 



OF k:a.r,tfor,i3. 



CAPITAL, $3,000,000. ASSETS, $5,052,880 19. 



fire lEsurance iom|iaay 

OF HA-UXFOnO, 

ESTABLISHED 1810. 



CAPITAL, $1,000,000. 



AssKTs. $f,»o«.*>'>o ;o. 



. CHAFFEY c& BROTHER, 

lefttori in Coal 





Ofiko and Vaid-\o. 4t) FKOM' ST. EAST, 
ISTEXT TO K, CHAFFl^Y & COS. 



TORONTO CITY DIRECTOIiY. 







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OISTTO. 



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Clarke, Alfrcl, cleric 0. W. K. freight odic-' 

Yoii^,! St. station, bds Widinar Hall, 102 

I'lilace. 
Clarke, Charles, trank foreman 0. W. R., h 

0. \V. R. prounds. 
Cl.irki!, David, shoeinuk.ir, bds 80 Colborno. 
Clarke, Mrs. Ellen, (wi.l Uiehurd), h 102 

Victorii. 
Clarke, (ieorge, eab prop., luKiiig w, n s w 

ISnuit. 
Cl.irke, Mrs. KUen, (wid Patrick), h 1G6 

IL-eoh. 
CL.VHKK, 11. E., trunkiniker 103 King 

w. 1' 25 (!)uld. 
Clarke, II 'iirv, iiiborer, li (''cil iir Huron. 
CL.VitKK, KilllDKliK K, b;):)ts .shoes and 

trunks, Kil King e and 8(3 Vonge, h 40 

C-irlton. 
Cl.irke, .lames, t(!legrai)h o^wrator U. T. R. 

ollie.', b.ls 4:j;i Kin.^ \v. 
Clarke, .lames, luboicr, liOlO Kini,' \v. 
Cliii'ke, ('apt. .lohii, retiri>l, Widnier Hall, 

I'al.li'e. 
Clarke, .lolin, .shoeine.ker, bJsClii'ton House, 

(.'olliinie. 
Clarke, .lolin, laborer, h .')!) Vietoriu. 
Clarke, .foliii, blai'ksmitii, h 405 Little 

Richmond. 
Clarke. .1. 1'., Mus. IJac, h 'Jnd d n .s Hloor 

V. Yorkville. 
Clarke, .bn •ph.nrirble-eutter 4l54 Yoiigo, bds 

5.'> .N'orlli. 
Clarki', .losejh C. , gro 'i-r, 13G King w, h 

sam '. 
Clarke, Jli.ss M. A., b.)arding-house, 100 

t.'hureh. 
Clarke, liii'hard, siioeniiiker, ImIs .')(? Lonsia. 
Clarke, Uiehanl, shoemaki-r, bd.s aii 'IVr.iuley. 
Clarke, ."^c.ymour, brakuhiaii 'i. T. U., h HI 

Ter.iuley. 
Clarke, Tliomas, f^onfe-tioner, h SI .Mbcrt. 
Clarke, Tiiom is, .slioemakr-r, 3;{ tHuireli, bds 

New Uominion Hotel, h Colborne. 
CLAUKK, ItKV. W. F., editor (Jannda 

Fariivi; adibuss daaadii Ftirm'r otlice. 
Clarke, \Vm., shoemaker, h I'M Queen \v. 
Clarke, W'ni. II., manager, 131 King e, bds 

40 Carlelou. 
Clarkin, llernard, groeer, 23 (,)ueen e, h .same. 
Clark.son, 11. K., (Thomas Clark.son tt(.'o.), ii 

3'1 William. 
Clarkson, Thos.. elerk I'. Piper, h 3.1 Ann. 
CLAKKSON. THOMA.S. (Thomas Clark.son 

& Vn.), h 'J7'J Kinge. 
CLAHK.SO.N. TDOMA.S, k (0., (Th.uniis 

Clnrkson & H. H. Clark.son), prmluee com- 

nii.ssion merihants, 83 Front. 
Cluud. Uol»erl, builder, h :537 Little Hieli- 

mond. 
Clayton, Oeorge If., jiainti'i. It s .s William, 

Yorkville. 
(.'laxtnn, liobcrt, Inborer, h 11 Cherry. 
Claxtoit, Thomas, intdodeon tuner, h 30 

Mutual. 

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Clcary, ilugh, assistant book-keeper 15 

Wellington e, bds 131 ('entre. 
Cleary, John, laborer, h r 211 Pulaec. 
! Cloary, Miehuel, inu-keeper, 2 Renfrew, cor 
I Queen. 

j Cleary, Airs. Jane, (wid Hugh), h 131 
I ( 'entre. 
j Cleury, .Samutd, earpenter, h 147 Centre 

(,'lcarv, Walter, h 13 Cro,s.s Lane. 
i Cleary, Waiter M., hotel-keeper, 202 Queen 

w. 
, Cleary, Wm. W., (Thomas Steele i Co.), bds 

UU'Shuter. 
I Clegg, .loseph, shoemaker and gi'oeer, 52 
Teniuley, h same. 
Cleg;^', .bhsejih, shoemaker, h 50 Louisa. 
] Clegg, Thomas, fruit store, 227 King e, h 

same. 
\ Cleghorn, James C, manager Taylor's oyster 
and fruit dejiot, 94 Yon'.;e, h siine. 
CLKLAXI), HOHEliT, (Hoskins k Clel- 

and), h 5.') I.sabella. 
Clenii'nt, .bilin, earpei!ter, h ItiO Hathurst. 
Clenn'uts, (.'liarles, s;Tg,'ant Hu.ss.ir.s, bds .502 
tjueeii w. 
I <.'lements, Charles, laborer, h eor Pine and 

l)(m. 
I Clements, Ccor^;!', carpenter, li .339 Little 
liiidimond. 
Clements, Henrv, laborer, Ii li.") Don. 
j CLKMF.NT.S .lOHX, buil.bT, j.n.p. Atlas 
Wood works ; door, khsIi, blind, planing 
; and .sawing mill, Front o\>\> C^iueen"s Hotel, 
h same. 
CLKMKNTS, T. & C, (Thomas and Charles 
i Clements), i-arpenters and joiners, 37 k 3!> 
' Nelson w. 

i CLFMKNTS, THOMAS, (T. k f. fhrn- 
cnts), h 2'J Nel.son w. 
Clement, Wm., earpenter, li 188 Adelaide w. 
Clements, Wm., earpenter J. Clements, h 
384 Adidaide w. 
i Cleiu'li, K. C., printer Telcijraph, bds 98 
i Queen w. 
' Clendinnii.g. .lames, lalmrcr, hllO Duehess. 

Cleugliton, .S., titter, (!.T. 1{. 
, CLKVKLAN'D, J. P., M.D., PUIV.VTK 
I COLLKtiK, 133 Viitoria, h .same. 
CLLVKL.AND, JOHN, shoenmker. 143 
Adelai.li' w. 
j Clewes, .bdin, tinsmith & plumber, Yonge, 
I Yorkville, Ii same. 
; Clewey, Diivid, book-keejier, bds 8S Bay. 

Clilford, Mrs. Ann, (wiil \Vm.), h 55 Vietoria 
' Clittord, Daniel, laborer, h r 84 .Stanley. 
t Clifford, .lohn, niaehinist, bds Summer- 
I ville's tavern. 

• Clilford, Miehael, laborer, bds h r 84 Stanle» 
i Cliiltird, .M. J., elcrk Dun, Wiman k Co., 

h 121 Sinieoe. 
I Clilfor<l, .Mrs. K. W., tailoress, h 1)3 Yie- 
! toria. 

; Clifford, Kiehard W., timekce|)cr Jacques 4 
I Hay), h 93 Yioturia. 



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CLINDINNING, JOHN A., boat-builder, 

a 8 Esplanade, cor Scott, h 60 Duchess. 
Clindiiining, Robert W., printer Leader 

otfice, h 118 Parliament. 
Cline, George, shoemaki-r, h r 104 Terauley. 
Clink, John, carpenter 618 Yonge. 
Clink, Thom.is, carpenter and joiner, h s a 

New street, nr Davenport road, Yorkville. 
Clinkunbroomer, Charles, watchmaker, 156 

Qiie.in w, h same. 
Clinkunbroomer, Ja„.es, blacksmith, bds cor 

Albert and Teriuley. 
Clodo, John, boot maker 123 King e, h 62 

Terauley. 
Closi!, Isaac, farrier, 309 Queen w, h 3071 

Queen w. 
Close, P. O. (W. & It Close), grocer and 

spirit merchant, 10 Pulaite, h 61 Duke. 
Club, Wm., checker G.T.U. freight dept., 

h 543 Richmond w. 
Clufr, Richard, shoemaker, h 15 Victoria. 
Clnnie, D.ivid B., accountant, bds Mrs. 

Curler, Bay. 
Cluney, Mrs. Ellen, h 33 Anderson's lane. 
Ciuakvy, Jamc-s, laborer, h 141 Sumach. 
Clute, John, brakcman G. T. R., bds 108 

York. 
CLYDE HOTEL, J. Likens p. op., 168 

King e. 
Clyne, .lohn, carter, h 116 Pine w. 
Clyne, Wm., groceries and provisions, 112 

Caroline, li same. 
Coudy Thomas, laborer, h Regent e s cor 

Beech. 
Coudy, .lohn, chairmaker, h 298 Church. 
Coady, I^ichsrd, clerk T. Smith k Son, bds 

Siatina ave. 
COATK, FREDERICK W., (Wakefield 

Conte k Co.), h 5 Avenue. 
Coates, C. W., salesman, Wesleyan Book 

Room, h 16 King e. 
Coates, Hobc-rt, prop. City Arms Hotel, 36 

West Markiu 
CoaU'S, Thomas, prop. Western hotel, 648 

Queen w. 
Coates, Willis, clerk F. k E. Gunther, bds 

80 King e. 
Coatswortli, Emerson, builder, h 369 

King e. 
Coatsworth, Joseph, laborer, h 10 Pinee. 
Cobb, Wm. W., agent Colonial Securities 

Com pan V, bds liossin Iluuse. 
Coberiii ', Wm., student commercial college, 

bds 105 Buyer. 
Cobban, Wm., book-keeper 1 King e, h 60 

Walton. 
Cob.py, Charles, shoe-cutter H. Cobley's, 

bds -17 Nussuu. 
COHLKY, liliNRY, wholesale rack manu- 
facturer, 46 King w, h t27 Nassau. 
Coburn, Georg ', shoemaker, h 2J9 Elizabath- 
Cochlin, James, employee Rolling Hillf, b 

■ Park. 
'Cochlin, Miss Hannah, h 23 Renfrew. 



Cochran, Alex., prop. Lord Nelson Hotel, 8 

Palace. 
Cochran, Rev. G., Wesleyan Methodist, u 

169 Peter. 
Cochran, Kav. Thomas, h 12 Kerr lane. 
Cochran, Wm., carter, \i 48 Centre. 
Cochiane, James, distillers' assistant, h 80 

Vanauley. 
Cochrane, John, laborer, h 66 Vanauley. 
Cochrane, Mrs. Margaret, ("id James) hi 92 

Queen e. 
Cochi-aiie, Thomas, carter, h 68 Edward. 
Cocker, Rev. Wm., D.D., h 36 Bond. 
Cockson, Stephen, butcher, lids 98 Church. 
Codd, Arthur, clerk, h 196 Church. 
Codd, J. A., teller Bank British North 

America, h 196 Church. 
CODDINOTON, LUTHER C, prop. Rich- 
mond House, 29 Victoria, h same. 
Codey, Patrick, carter, h 97 Beech. 
Codv, Patrick, switchman G. T. R., h 26 

Charles. 
Coe, John, dry goods salesman, h Ix>uisa. 
Coen, William H., aast ))ook-keep«r 38 King 

e, bds Rochester House. 
COFFEE, L., (L. Coffee k Co.), h 23 Sher- 

bourne. 
COFFEE, L., kCO., (L. Coffee and Thomas 

Klynn),iirodurennd commission merchants, 

2 Manning's bik Front. 
Corthi, Arthur, fitter N. R. C, h 642 

Buthurst. 
Cohin, Willim., baker Coulter's, h 216 

Ceniie. 
Colby, James, carter, 75 Terauley. 
Colby, liobert, gardener, h 14 Kerr lane. 
Colby, Thomas, h 78 Terauley. 
Colby, Thomas, t>alcsman, h 43 I<ouiaa. 
Colby, Win., (winter, 12 Osgoodc. 
COLDWELL, M()R(JAy Sarrister. now of 

Fraser k Coldwell, Waii^wrton, Co. Bruce, 

res same. 
COLDWELL, WM., aast ed Globe, h 84 

Seaton. 
Cole, A. 1)., machinist, h 395 King e. 
C')'e, George, cabinet-maker, h VM Queen e. 
Cole, John, trunk-maker, h 8 I'ower. 
Cole, Mrs. Catherine, (wid James), ladies' 

nurse, bds r 178 SaVtr. 
COLE, REV. HENRY J., chaplain toH. M. 

forces, h 7 Douro. 
Cole, N . Jr., conimercUI traveller, Ixhi Black 

Horse Hotel, 
('ole, Kijhard, book-keeper, IhIs 109 Simcoe. 
Cole, Will., laUirer, h 1^2 Hiehmond w. 
Cole, Wm., foreman, h4 Gould. 
Colemrtn, Arthur, builder, Hayter, h 179 

Dalhousie. 
Coleman, Charles, prop. Royal Oak Saloon, 

268 Yonge, h Mune. 
Culeman, Charles W., clerk 6 King c, h 43 

Walton. 
COLEMAN, 0., b«ker and confccUuner 99 

King w, h MMue. 



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Lonl NeUon Hotel, 8 

^csleyan Methodist, u 

B, h 12 Kerr line. 

\\ 48 Centre, 
illers' assistJUit, h 80 

er, h M Vanauley. 
tret, ("id James) h 192 

rter, h58 Edward. 

.D., h 36 Bond. 

t(<her, l>ds 98 Church. 

1 198 Church. 

Bank British North 

nh. 

rHERC, prop. Kich- 

ctdria, h same. 

, h 97 B*.-ech. 

iman G. T. R., h 2« 

saksmnn, h Ixiuisa. 
It l>ook-ke«p«r 38 King 

OIISV. 

tree k Co.). h 23 Sher- 

(L. Coffee and Thomas 

commission merchants, 

rout. 

r N. R. C, h 642 

ker Coulter's, h 216 

75 Terauley. 

)er, h 14 Kerr lane. 

Terauley. 

man, h 43 Ixiuisa. 

12 Osgoode. 
l^AN barrister, now of 
Wati^vrtou, Co. Bruce, 

, asst ed Oiobe, h 84 

St, li S95 King e. 

-maker, h 2!*tt Queen a. 

iki'r, h 8 Tower. 

', (wid Jaro^), ladies' 

»y»r. 

IV J., chaplain to H.M. 

vial traTcller, I)ds Black 

keeper, Ws 109 Siracoe. 
h la2 Kichmund w. 
, h 4 Gould, 
milder, Hayter, h 179 

rop. Itoyal Oak Saloon, 

t. 

'., clerk 5 King e, h 43 

ker and confcctiuner 99 



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<X)LEMAN, JAMES, JR., (J. Coleman k 

Ron*), h 175 Unirersity. 
COLBMAN, JAMES, (Coleman k Sons), 

h 171 Dalhousie. 
Coleman, James, clerk, h r 72 Duchess. 
Coleman, James, laborer, h 76 Centre. 
Coleman, John, laborer rolling mills, h Don 

Mount e. 
Coleman. John, undertaker, h 2 Beverley. 
•COLEMAN, J. k SONS, (James Coleman, 

S. Coleman k Samuel Coli!inan,jr.), cabinet 

or((iin k me'ioJejn manufacturers, 66 

King w. 
Coleman, P., laborer rolHug mills, h Don 

Mount. 
Coleman, Richard, salesman Parson Bros., 

61 Toronto, h 46 Oerrard. 
COLEMAN, SIMON P., (Coleman k Ca), 

h 55 Kini; e. 
COLEMAN, S., (J. Coleman & Sons), h 6S 

Kin'{ w. 
COLEMAN k CO., (S. P. Coleman k Geo. 

W. Wrtrner), hatters k furriers, 65 King e 

opp Toronto. 
Colmun, Abel H., student, b<Is 10 Osgoode. 
Colunso, Wm., sen., builder, h 60 Uummer. 
Colenso, Wm., bricklayer, h 50 Dumnier. 
Coles, George, baker, 627 Yonge, h same. 
Coles, John, trunk maker, h 8 Power. 
Coles, Wm., curjtenter, h H.iyden n s. 
-Colgan, John, lircman N. R. C, h 145 

Bathurst. 
Colgiin, Peter, shoemaker, h 174 Agnes. 
<7ollan, (Jharlei, shoemaker, bds 53 Edward 
COLLAR, MIS.S ELIZA, ladies' school, 147 

Church, h same. 
CoUard, Jo.scph, butcher, 209 Yonge, h same. 
Collen, H., bottler 406 Yonge, h Elizabeth. 
Collett, George, bds 33 Terauley. 
Collett M. & Son, bacon curers, 468 Yoage, 

h same. 
Collier, C. E., h 63 Parliament 
Collins, David, laborer, 118 Adelaide w. 
Collins, Mrs. Ellen, (wid.), h I'lstlier nr Eli- 

beth. 
Collins, Francis, retired, bds S. S. Hayden 

nr Yonge. 
Collins, Henry A., book-keeper A. R. Mc> 

Master k Bro., h 72 Terauley. 
Collins, James, laborer, h 51 Maria w. 
Collins, John, engineer, nutnufacturer of 

brass work, U2 Bay, h 14S Tciiiulcy. 
Colling John, photographer with 1). C. 

Butchart, h Yorkville. 
Collin*), John, laborer, h 243 Palace. 
Collins, John, blacksmith, h 15 Britain. 
Collins, Jo8(*])h, baggage man at Union 

SUtion, h 97 Boultnu. 
Collins, Patrick, tailor, h r 26 Anderson's 

lane, 
Collias, Philip, laborer, h 3 Scott. 
Collins, RolM-rt, laborer, h r 17 Agues. 
Co.iins, TiTence, plasterer, h Markham. 
Collins, Thomas, laborer, li Pahu-e. 



Oillius, Thomas, brass finisher, hi 48 Terau- 
ley. 

Collins Wm., laborer, h East 

Colliss, Charles, igar maker with George A. 
CoUiss, IhU \'onge e s bet Bloor and 
James, Yorkville. 

COLLISS, GEORGE A., JR., cigai moulder, 
li Yonge e 8 nr Bloor, Yorkville. 

COLLISS, GEORGE A. packer and 
agent for the growers of leaf tobaccos, 
Yonge e s, nr Bloor, Yorkville, h same. 
(S.-e advertisement). 

COLLYER, JOHN, Clifton House, 80 
Colbornc. 

COLONIAL SECURITIES COMPANY, R. 
J. U. Chipman, secretary Eliuburgh 
Assurance Bigs., 17 Wellington w. 

Colquhoun, James P., h70Huyter. 

Colquhoun, Emphy, O'Keefe's brewery, bds. 
204 Vi.;toria. 

Columbus, John, blacksmith, h 142 Peter. 

Colviilc, Arthur L., bds n s Williams. 

Coiville, James, U. C. College boarding 
house, h r U. C. College, Adelaide w. 

COLWELL, HENRY, lumber merchant, 
h 414 Front w. 

COLWELL, HUGH, blacksmith, bds 160 
York. 

COLWELL, W. W., wholesale luml)er mer- 
chant. Front w bet Brock and Portland, 
res Sunnyside. 

COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND IN- 
VESTMENT SOCIETY, Hon. John Mc- 
Murricli, president ; John Burns, vice-pre- 
sident ; John Rains, sec. and treas., 120 
Yonge, h 64 Carlton. 

COMaiERClAL HOTEL, Robert Wood, 
prop., 64 and 56 Nelson. 

COMMEi.ClAL UNION ASSURANCE 
CO., of liondon, England, Wm. Westma- 
cott agt., 92 King e. 

COMMISSARIAT STAFF CORPS Office, 
58 York. 

Common, James, waiter Kossin House, h 
136 Biithur8t 

Co'iagharty, James, laborer, h 39 Maria w. 

Conboy, Alias R(>l>ecca, seainstress, h 64 
James. 

Conilon, Wm., laborer, h r 108 Adelaide e. 

(.'onolly, Mrs. Margaret, (wid), h 93 Ann. 

Conelly, James, carter, h (Jeorge, 

Confeilcration House, Thomas May prop, 
c s York, cor Bay. 

Congdon, R. D., h 5 Alice. 

Conlaghty, Mrs. Mary, (wid Thomas), h 36 
Maria w. 

Conlon, Mrs. Mary, (wid Pat), h 104 Pe.'ke> 
ley. 

Conion, Patrick, drover, h 117 Parliament. 

Conley, Fiuuk, laborer, h 66 VictoriH. 

Conluy, J., hreraan G.T,R., h Peter nr 
Richmond. 

Conley, Peter, labortr T. k C. Clement^, h 
Portland. 



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Conlin, Henry, grain ni<'rihant, Ii 9« Diikc. 
CONLIN, HENRY, JUN., piodiicf Ueakr, 

74 Palaio, h Hanie. 
Conlin, Jiimes, watchman rolling millM, h 

209 I'ulacc. 
ConMn, .lolin O., clerk, bds Aincricnn 

Hotel. 
Conlin, Pntriok, Inborer, li 7^4 Boulton. 
Conlin, ratriik, h 16 Adfinidi" w. 
Conlin, I'atrick, drover, h 117 rarlianient. 
Conlin, I'liilip, produce dealer. l)dH 74 I'lilace 
Conlin, Thomas, tailor, h <iO IJay. 
Conly, James, laborer, h 94 (>eorge, 
Connell, Deni.H, liairack aergennt. h 400 Ad- 
elaide w. 
Connell, .lolin, storenian, h !>ii^ Unchoss. 
Connell, Mrs. Mary, h 109 Victoiia. 
Connell, Thomas, carter, h 18.'} I'ailiament. 
Connell, Wni., eonimission agent, h ss Tem- 
perance w of Hay. 
Coniiers, .lames, engineer f!.T. K.. h 510 

King. 
Coniiers, .lolin, laborer, h 88 Pine w. 
Connor, Mrs. Kliza, (wid Hon. Judge Skef- 

fington), h ^9 Meverley. 
■ Connor, James, watehmau liofisin House, h 

281 Catharine. 
Connor, James, book-binder, h 80 Klizabeth. 
Connor, John, shoemaker, bds 56 Welling- 
ton e. 
(Connor, J., h Tait nr Trinity. 
Connor, John, laborer, h Klizabetli, nr Si)uth 

Park. 
Connor, Miss Johanna, boarding-house, 97 

Ann. 
Connor, Patriek, moiilde*, h Albf^rt. 
CJoiinor, P.'itriek, laborer, h 88 Little Front. 
Connor, Roliert, mauagi-r 6:( King w, IkIs 

121 Church. 
Connor, Thomas, laborer ridling mills, h 

Tait. 
Connors, James, IxMikbiiider llrown Bros., 

h 89 Klizabeth. 
Connors, Jaints, machinist 0. T. H., h 150 

King w. 
Coiimirs, John, laborer rolling mills, h 99 

Sumach. 
Connors, J<din, ear|vnter, h 4.1 MeMahon. 
iJ.innors, Michael, laborer, h King e. 
Connors, .Stephen, carpenter, h s s Denison 

Avenue bet .S Park and Hellevue .S(|. 
Connors, Thomas, h 66 liathiirst. 
Conolly, IJ., laborer, h r 98 (Jeorgc. 
Conroy, James, bds 64 HathuiKt. 
Conioy, J()liu, <'oarlimaii, h r 12 Teranley. 
Conroy, .timciili, sec'ind-hnnd furniture 

dealer, 10] Ikrkeiey, h same. 
Conroy, \Vm., oarpeuti^r, h w s (Jeorge nr 

Duchess. 
Cons, ]{., mcsaenger fl. T. H. 
Consudine, .lome.s, pensioner, h 216 Lnmley. 
Constable, Mrs. Margaret (wid Thomas), It 

380 gueen w. 
CoDDtantinideit, P., M.I>., h 369 Yonge. 



Constantine, Mrs. Klizabetl . (widow), li 14 

Esther. 
CONSUM Kits' (SASCOMPANVaWOHKS, 

Henry Thnnij son manager, e h Parliament 

bet Little Flout and Palate, olhce '10 

Toronto. 
CONVENT OF ST. JOSEPH, St, Albans, 

Uev. Mother Antioiiette, superioress. 
Conway, John, [ linter, l;ds 95 Uonlton. 
Conway, Patiick, laliorer, li 34 Caroline. 
Conway, Win., laborer, h r 70 k, 72 Centre. 
Coo, Wm., wiif worker and locksmith, i03 

(,'uecn w, h si ine. 
COOCH, A. (*., Lo.)kkee|er Hryce, McMur- 

rieh k Co., Ids 22 Carlton. 
Coach, Clan nee, cleik, bds 22 Carlton. 
Cooeh, H. J., clerk. Ids 22 Carlton. 
COOK HUO.S , (Hiram H., John k George), 

lumber iiierciiiii.'ts, 56 Hay. 
COOK. CKOIUJE, (Cook "Bros.), bds 56 



Hav. 

cook, 

lUv. 

cook. 



HI1;AM IL, (Cook Hros.), h 56 



JAMES H., (ROHEHT.'^ON k 

COOK), I'KOPS. "TELEtiRAl'H," h 

4 Carty's blk. 
Cook, James, watchman N.U.t'., h 85 

Lumli'v. 
Cook, .loliii, shoemaker, h 28 Nielindii. 
COOK, JOHN, (Cook ISios.), biis .')6 Day. 
Cook, .lohii, lumber merchant, h 3] (iould. 
Cook, John, boiler-maker, h Little Uiidi 

nituid nr I'mtland. 
Cook, .lohii. lali(»rer, h 26 Oak. 
Cook, .lo.sepli, carver and gilder, h 41 Agnes. 
Cook, .loseph, ho.stlcr (Jeneial Wolfe Hotel, 

34 Cliiiivh. 
Cook, jMi.ss, mantle-nmkcr, Kiiige. 
Cook, Mrs. Mary, (wid Wm.), h 57 Mc- 

.Malidii. 
r'(H)k, lliiliert, tinsiiiitli, bds 160 York, 
cook, WILLIAM, (Thomas Wright & Co.), 

h 23.' I'ailiament. 
Cook, Wmi. C., h 460 King e. 
COOKE'S CHURCH, (Piesjyterinn), coi 

Mutual and Cjueeii e. 
Cooke, Clmrlei*, carpenter, h '1 Clare. 
Cooke, E. IL, com. trav. Angus Dallas, h 

:71 Mutual. 
Cooke, Mrs. E., h 4.')7 Little Richmond. 
Cooke, Miss E., milliner 212 Purliument, h 

same. 
( (toKE, JOHN, leather drewter and fancy 

colored 8!iue]> skin mats muiiiifa,(.'turer, h 

33 Oak. 
Cook, loliii, V' 'i.su and laud agent, h 33 

Oak 
Coolaliiii. Patrick, cnrienter, h 97 Pine e. 
Coolahau, Win., labun-i, 'i Hi North Park. 
Cooliili.wi, ^Viii., locksmith Ij, I. Lulor, bd.s 

97 Viiw. 
.COOMHK, JOHN, Medical Hall, 104 Yongc, 

h 156 Straidiun w s. 
Cooney, Andrew, lu)>orer, h 46 Pine e. 



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Klizabftl , (willow^, h 14 

ASfOMPANY'SWOIJKS, 
nil niuiiiigiT, c H Parliuiiioiit 
lit ami Talacf, oiiiiu ^0 

Vr. .lOSKril, St. Allans, 
iitioiifltf, fliiiiei'ioreso. 

iiittr, Ills 95 Uoiiltoii. 

lalioipr, li 34 Cnroliiii'. 
lioicr, li r 70 k. 72 tViitrc. 
vdikur and locksmith, 'i03 
ie. 
.0)kkrp|er Hrycc, McMiii- 

'I'Z Carlton, 
link, lids •2'2 i'arlton. 
rk. Ills 22 Carlton, 
liriini II., John k Oeorgr), 
;:ts, 6« Uuy. 
B, (t'ook Bros.), luls 56 

II., (Cook Hros. ), h 50 

H., (Roukktson k 

I'S. "TKLKtiltAlil," h 

katchmau N.U.C, h 85 

iiiukcr, li 28 Mclindn. 
I'odk liids. ), liuK 5f> ISay. 

icr nicrchiiiit, h :<] (iuuld. 

Icriiiakfr, h Little Uiidi 
iiiiil. 

ri'r, h 20 Oak. 
■vcrand gilder, h 41 Amu-.s. 
.sthr (Jiiuiul Wolle llotcl, 

tlo-makcr, Kinj,' v. 

•V, (wid Wni.), h 57 Mc- 

isiiiitli, lids IfiO York. 
M, (Thoniiis Wright & Co.), 
•lit. 

4tiO Kin« f. 

Ucll, (I'rt'sjyturinn), coi 
iccii e. 

lariifiiter, h '1 (.'lure, 
nil. trav. Angu.s Dallas, h 

li 457 Littir Hii-linioiid. 
uiillinur 212 I'urliainciit, li 

, leather drcfwcr and fancy 
Hkiu niutx iiiuimfai'turiir, h 

1180 and land agent, h 33 

k, ( nrpenter, h J>7 Pine e. 
lalior.1, 'i Hi North Park. 
liickKniilh L. I. Lalur, Ixl.s 

N, Mediial Hall, 104Yonge, 
I w s. 
liiliorer, li 46 Pine e. 



Cooncy, Peter, laborer, has Roxburgh, York- 

ville. 
Coonay, Thomaa, earpenter, h 57 Esther. 
Cooney, Wm., h 196 Lumley. 
Coona, Reuben, ear r<;)airer G.T. R., h r 434 

Queen w. 
Cooper, A., M.I)., bds 101 Church, 
Cooper, AliVed, clerk postoflice, h St Vincent 

nr (Jrenvillc. 
Cooper, Chas., utone-cutter, h 308 Queen e. 
COOPER, CHARLES ^V., barrister, rei.oiter 

Chancery Chumbers and legal reporter 

Globe, h 32 Alexander. 
Cooper, Daniel, p.iinter, h 165 University. 
Coo|M!r, Etlward, dry goo.ls, 139 King c, h 

72 VVinohester. 
Cooper, OeoiRe, market gardener. No. 12, 

gee. 6, tp York. 
Coojier, Henry, lireinan Leader, h 116 Saycr. 
Cooper, Herbert, safe-maker, bds 170 Pine 

west. 
Cooper, Isaac, clerk, h 156 Getirge. 
CO()PER, .lAMES, (Sessions, Turner &, Co.) 

h 265 l^ueen e. 
Cooper, .lolin, grocer, 420 Front w, h same. 
Cooper, John, salesnis'i, 39 Kiiii^e. 
Conner, John, salesman i;)9 King e, h 72 

Winchester. 
Coop«T, John, brakeman, bds 103 Saver. 
Cooper, Johnson, carpenter, bds 107 .S*yer. 
Coojier, John P., salesman, bJs 72 Winches- 
ter. 
Coo|ier, Mrs. Ann, h 170 Pine w. 
Cooper, Mrs. Mary A., boarding liouse, 63 

Q'jeen east. 
CoJp'r, Hebeeca, (wid Wni), boarding 

house, h 18 Tempei-unce. 
(hooper, Thoniiis, dancing and music teacher, 

bds 206 Ciiuivh. 
Cooper, Will., grocer, 249 Queen e, b same. 
Cooper, Win., carpenter, h 264 Queen w. 
Cooper, W. .\., photographer R. Carswell, h 

York vi lie. 
Cooper, W. J., land agent, Roniain liuiMing, 

h same. 
Cootcjj, James, laborer, bds 97 Elizabeth. 
Cope, Hcnj., werchouseiiiiin 33 Chun h. 
Cope, Edward ({., deik Educ.ition ollice, IkIs 

46 North Park. 
COPLAND, W.\r., prop East Toronto brew- 
ery, h 314 King e. 
COPLEY, J., hair cutter and wig maker 238 

Yoiige, h same. 
(;opp, ("harles, book-keeper, h 6 Elm w. 
COPP, HENKY, f.M.inan W. C. Cliewett fc 

Co.'s bindery est iblishment 17 and 19 

King e, h 10 Alexaiiiler. 
Coi>i>, Walter \\., bookkeejier 17 and 19 

kin,^e, h 10 Alexander. 
COPP, WM. W., (W. C. ChcwettJt Co.), h 

8 Alexander. 
Coppin, Mrs. Hannah, h 30 Agnes. 
Cojiping, hilw.'rd, cnrjM'nter, h 61 William. 
Oopping, Oeorge, carpenter, h 6 Central lane. 



Copping, 0. ri., R^ent iwcking-box manu- 
facturer and caritenter and joiner, r Yonge 

and Queen. 
Corbett, James, cabinet-maker, h 94 Terauley. 
Corbett, James, cabman, h 38 Anderson's 

lane. 
Corbett, Patrick, laborer, h 323 Adelaide w. 
Corbett, Will., policeman, bds 165 Mutual. 
Corbitt, Win,, wood merchant 196 Elizabeth, 

h same, 
('orboiild, Charles, student at law, h 10 

Ucrrard e. 
C ! oran, John, laborer, cor Hathurst and 

and Little Ricliniond. 
Corcoran, Wm., laborer, h 5 Scott. 
Cordiiigly, Joseph, painter, bds 35 Louisa. 
Cordingly, Wm., laborer 1 Trinity, h 214 

Palace, 
("organ, Patri-k, laborer, h 16 Victoria. 
Coriii, Charles, sign writer 16 Queen w, h 

same. 
Corin, John L., painter, 132i Sayer. 
(.'orke, Alfred, clerk P. (»., h Hayden nr 

Church. 
Cornia<;k, David, printer news dept. Leader, 

h Oiitiirio lane. 
Corn Exchange, 42 St. Lawrence Market. 
Cornell, Mrs. Jeiniimi, b 152 Cent'-e. 
COKNELL, WM. E., watchmaker and 

jeweller 150 Yonge, h same. 
Corner, John, moulder, h 161 Brock. 
Cornish, Charles, boot aud shoemaker, bda 

240 Yonge. 
Cornish, J. IL, boot iind shoemaker, 240 

Yonge, h .same. 
Cornisli, .loliii, laborer, h 50 Bond. 
Corni.sh, Mrs. Louisa, (wid Samuel), h 108 

lUiulton. 
Cornish, T. W., boots and shoes, 637 

Yonge, h same. 
("OPNNELL, JOHN, prop Cornneirs hotel, 

w Market sipiarc. 
COKNOR, EDWARD, scale mai:Mfacturcr 

and toltacconist, 254 Yonge, h same. 
Coriior, Robert, boot-maker, 294 Yonge, h 

same. 
Coir, Felix, wagou-makcr William Briscoe, 

Queen w. 
Corr, Hugh, tobacco worker, bdsSSOCbtn-ch. 
Corr, Jus., toiiacco worker, bds 330 '"Imrch- 
Coi-r, Matthew, toiiacco worker, h 3G0 

Church. 
Coriigan, Thomas, iiensioner, Hope nr Rob- 
inson. 
Co.sby, Will., butcher, h r 22 Oak. 
Cosgrave, John. Iiook-kci'per Cosgravo i Co. , 

t^U'-en w, h 281 Nii'^'^ru. 
COSC'.HAVE k CO., [i: Cosgrave and R. 

Elmsley), West Toronto ale and jMirter 

brewery, (^iiecii w, cor Niagara, 
('osgrave & Co's ale and porter vaults, 51 ( 

King e, R. Elmsley, manager. 
C0.s(;RAVF., PATRICK, (Cosgrave & Co.) 

h 281 Niagara. 



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Cosgravc, Jameg, laborer, h 184 Centrn. 
Cosgrove, James, engineer, 61 Little Front, 

bds I'alaoe. 
Oospore, Mrs. Jane, (wid Brian), h 25 Ma- 
ria w. 
Cosgrovp, Owen, grocer and ho*"] kcpcr, 

180 Quutn w. 
Cosgrove, Thoma^ laborer, h 40 Bonlton. 
Cosens, Mrs. Mur;^, boiinl'g iiou.se, 08 Shutre. 
Costullo, James, lithograpliic printer, 17 and 

19 King e, li 25 Bevern-y. 
Costello, Jolin, liibon'r, h 139 Peter. 
Custello, .loseuh, lithograpliic printer, 17 and 

19 King e, n 25 Bcverk-y. 
Costello, Mit'lmol, tailor, 25 Beverley. 
Costello, Michael, jun., gilder, Ms 25 Bev- 
erley. 
Costello, IVtcr, pressman Dudley & Burns, 

h 24 Agnes. 
Costello, r. F., shoemaker, )j«ls Shcppard's 

hotel. 
Costello, Theophilus, lithographer, bds 25 

Beverley. 
Costigan, Jo.seph, laborer 1), Crawford & Co., 

h Bright nr Sumach. 
Costigan, Sylvester, compositor Tflegrnph, 

bds 92 Buy. 
Cottingham, fleorge, pork pucker, h 12 

Church. 
Cotton, Thomas, porter V. ()., h 100 York. 
CotMvll, Wm., tinshop 60 King w. h same. 
Couch, (-'larence, salesman Hice Lewis k 

Son, bds 22 ( 'arlcton. 
Couch, Bichard, builder, Sec, 132 and 134 

Adelaide w. 
Couch, Wm., shoemakiT, h 236 King e. 
Coughlin, John, laborer rolling mills, h 93 

South Park. 
Coulson, Mrs. Marj-, (wid Samuel), h 45 

Centre. 
Coulson, Ifobcrt, clerk, Ms 45 Centre. 
Coidson, Samuel, (commercial traveller, h 45 

Centre. 
Coulter, Andrew, laborer tolling mills, h 103 

Sumach. 
Coulter, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Wm.), h 43 

Ducluss. 
Coulter, Henry, laborer, h 215 Hope. 
Coulter, Josepii, engineer roiling mills, h 

Sumach. 
Coulter, Miuhael, laborer, h r 80 Stanley. 
Coulter, U., rolling mills, h Don Mount. 
Coulter, Samuel, slimMuaker, li 151 Berkeley. 
Coulter, P., salesman Hughi-s & Co., bds 

202 Church. 
Coulter, Win., gardener, li 135 Sumach. 
Coult«ir, Win., Uker, h 215 (Vntre. 
Coulter, Wm., certer, h 41 James e. 
Coulthard, John, wine & spirit merchant, 30 

F'^ncis, h same. 
Coupland, Koliert W., safe-maker J. It J. 

Taylor, h 143 Berkeley, 
Courneen, It, marine inspector B. A. Inr. 

Co., h 232 Richmond w. 



Course, E., tailor, bda 9 Lousia. 
Course, Bi( hard, clerk. Ids 7 Carleton. 
Course, li'chnrd T., chemist 44 Kinge. 
COUliTST. FIRE HALL, one steam engine, 

hrme cart and hook and ladduf, Joha- 

Whitehead, engineer. Court. 
Courtney, Henry, blacksmith, h83 Terauley. 
Courtney, Janus, laborer, h r 135 Centre. 
Courtney, John, laborer, h 115 Nelson. 
Courtin, Jeremiah, laborer, h 64 Cedar. 
Cove, John, tailor, h 107 Univtrsity. 
COWAN, D., (D. Cowan & Co.), h 357 Jar- 
vis. 
COWAN, D. & CO., (David Cowan and 

Wm. Sidey), wholesale provision and 

CI mmissicn nKrchants, LU Church. 
Cowan, Isaac, biok-keeper Adam Stevenson 

& Co., Ids 149 Sherbourne. 
Cowan, Jiimcs, teamster, h r IC Terauley. 
Cowan, Mi.H. Alice, (wid Wm)., h (.9Qnten e. 
Cowan, Robert, sLoi maker, 277 Queen w, h 

same. 
Cowan, Robert, soap-1 oiler, li l>6 T.ittle 

Front. 
Cowan, Wm., lead-worker and glass stainer, 

liM^ Bolton. 
Cowdry, K., 2d teller Bank of Toronto, h 

3.14 t,>ueen. 
Cowdry, Tbonms, M.D., 354 Queen w, h 

.same. 

Cowdry, , conclimun. h 206 Bathuist. 

Cowlev, John, laborer, 8 Caniden. 

Cowley, S. J., Irt. de|t. G.W.H., Queen's 

wharf, h 35 Ann. 
Cowley, Samuel J., clerk O.W.R. freight 

olHce, h 74 'IVruulev. 
COWPKR, OEOBCE B., Crown Uiida Dc- 

]iartnient, St. Vinicent, nv (irenville. 
('ow|K'r, .lolin, watchman ti.T. R.,li Front 

foot Batliurst. 
Cow.»('r, Wm., Inborer, h 420 Kinge. 
(OX .V COMPANY. (George Cox and John 

W. (.'ox), wholesale millinery and fancy 

drygoodn, 28 Wellington e. 
Co.x, haniel, safe-maker J. k J. Taylor, bds 

.16 Oak. 
COX, ('APT. WM., prop. Black Horse 

Hotel. 24 k 26 Palace. 
Cox, Edward, /iiidmer, h 66 Oak. 
COX, (}. k.\. y. k CO., importers of dry- 
goods and m uiul'acturcrs of millinery, 

niiintles and clutliing, 115, 117, 119 and 

121 King e. 
COX, {iKOH(;E, (O. k J. W. Cox k Co. and 

Cox k Co.), h 135 Church. 
Cox, (Jeorge, car|Kiiter, h t9 Colbonie. 
Cox, (Jeorge, caretaker Western Assurance 

(,'o., 28 (Jliurch, li same. 
Cox, James, shoemaker, h 84 Stanley. 
COX, JAMES, confectioner, 166 Yonge, h 

285 Queen w. 
Cox, John H., optician, 20 King e, h 5$ 

Ann. 
Coz, Robert, clerk, h 24 Elm e. 



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Loiisia. 
, Ids 7 Carlelon. 
u'lniHt 44 King «. 
LL, nne stcum engine, 
k und ladder, John 
r, Court. 

ksniitli, hsa Terauley. 
)rL'r. 1j r 135 Centre, 
er, h 1 1 6 Nelson, 
lionr, li 64 Ct-dur. 
1(57 UiiiviTsity. 
wan & Co. ), k U57 Jar- 

, (David Cowan and 
)le8alu pravision and 
nts, L'J Church. 
LPj er Adam Stevenson 
rliourne. 

ir, li r 10 Tcrnulry. 
ill Wni)., hOQncene. 
uakur, '277 Queen w, h 

ip-1 oiler, h l»tt Little 

orker and glass stainer, 

r Bank of Toronto, h 

I.D., 354 Queen w, h 

man. h 20C IJathmst. 

■r, 8 CHniden. 

deit. (J.W.K., Queen's 

clerk G.W.K. freight 
ey. 

K H., Crown l^nds Dc- 
(!ent, nr (irenville. 
ihnian (J.T.U., h Front 

cr, h 420 King e. 

, (George Cox und John 

ale millinery and fan(y 

ington e. 

iker J. & J. Taylor, bds 

I., prop. IJlaek Horse 

ilaee. 

ucr, li 5« Oak. 

(.'()., importers of dry- 
ifacturers of millinery, 
ling, 115, 117, 119 and 

. & .]. W. Cox k Co. and 

3 (Jhurch. 

iter, li C9 Colbornc. 

iker Western Assurance 

I same. 

iker, h 84 Stanley. 

fectioner, 165 Yongc, h 

itician, 20 King e, h fift 

h 24 Elm e. 



COX, J. W.. (Q. « J. W. Cox k Co, and 

Cox & Co.'/, h ''4 Mutual. 
Cox, Wni., hricki. aker, h 96 South Park. 
COXON, GKOHGE, noda water manufactu- 
rer, 361 Yonge, h same. 
Coxwell, M-s. Eli/jiheth, h 12 Alice. 
Coxwell, Mrs. Mary, (wid Henry), h s s 

North I'ark. r nr Parliament. 
Coyne, James, tailor, h 114 Nelson. 
Coyne, Samuel, teacher, h 41 -Sayer. 
Coyne, Thomas, hotel keejicr, 121 Queen w. 
Coyne. Thomas J., student ut law IJuggan 

k Meyers. 
Cozens. Vincent, shoemaker, h 107 Victoria. 
Craddock, Charles T., eiirpenter, h 367 

Queen w. 
Cradicott, Kilward, h 34 Houlton. 
Cradock, Charles, variety store, 383^ Yonge, 

h same. 
Craig, Aiulrew, laborer, h 24 Klizabeth. 
Craig, Arthur, i)orter.l. K. Smith & Co. 
Craig, (Jcorgc, machinist, h 131 Simcoe. 
Craig, Gcorg", turner, h r (i8 Terauley. 
Craig, George, 1- ii^ Victoria. 
Craig. James F., confectioner, 91 Chun;h, h 

same, 
Craig, Wni., turner, h .^0 Klizabeth. 
Cniig Will. J , eiipiieer, r (iO .Sayer. 
Craigie, .\ii(liew, butcher, bds 218 Terauley. 
Craigie, J. IJ., b 94Sliuter. 
Cramer, Misses Kmma & Mary, dressmakers, 

h 50 Klizabeth. 
Crane, James, h 17 Augustus. 
Crane, James, gardener, li 17 Oxford. 
Crane, Mi's. Mary, (wid. Win.), bds 79 

Klizabeth. 
Crane, Samuel, coal and wood dealer, li 103 

Queen w. 
Crang, James, mechanic, bds 38 Klzibiah. 
Cninstoun, Win. H. T. , jirintei Ti'lniraph 

ollicc, bds Koliiii.son House. 
Cra])Ie, J., carjieiiter, bds W. Burke. 
(Irapjicr, J., juiir., j>luinber iiiid beer pump 

'.iiaker, h 104 Adelaide e. 
CR.VrUKKN, THOMAS (Keny, <'rathorii 

k Co.), res Montreal. 
Crawford, Ale.x., clerk G.T.U., li 133 Van- 

auley. 
Crawfor.l, Alex. H., elerk G.T.H., h 81 

Centre. 
Crawford, Mian, school teacher, h James nr 

Yonge, Yorkville. 
CUAWFOKI). AN'DKKW, (l)ick.son, Craw- 
ford k Smith), h 143 Church. 
Crawford, Andrew, engine driver (J.T. U., 

bds 148 Brock. 
Crawfonl, Archibald, baker, 311 Queen w, h 

331 Queen w. 
CUAWFOKI), ARTHUR, Bazaar, fancy 

goods, toys, china and crockery, 164 Vonge, 

li. same. 
CRAWFORD k CHOMBIK (John (Jrawford, 

Q. C!., ond Ernestus Crombie, M, A.), bar- 
risters, 9 and 10, Masonio Hall. 



Crawford, C. A., h EO Pay. 

CRAWFORD, D. k CO., spire mills, soap, 

candles and oil manufocturur. Palace, cor 

Princ'us. 
CRAY P )RT), DALRYMPLE (D. Crawford 

& C'< .1 li Isabella, cor Huntley. 
Crawford, George, h 20 Maple lane. 
Crawford, (leorge, bda 63 Simcoe. 
Crawford. George. G., M. D., h 109 K;m w, 
Crawford, Hamilton, eanienter, h 479 Little 

Hi(diniond. 
Crawford, J. C, .salesman, h Breadallmne 
Crawford. James, laborer, h 39 Maple lane. 
Crawford, John, butcdier, 418 Queen w, 

h .snnie. 
CRAWFORD, JOHN, Q.C., M.P. (Crawford 

h Crombie) li eor Wellington and t^imeoe. 
Crawford, John S., travelling ogent, h 8 

Rread."-.lbane. 
Crawford, J<i.shua, i)apcr bag manufacturer, 

60 Richmond e. 
Crawford, Mi-s. (Jeorge, tailoress, h 20 Maple 

lane. 
Crawfonl, Mrs. L., seani.strcss, h 391 Ade- 
laide w. 
Crawford, Richard, butcher, h 164 Agnes w. 
Crawford. Thomas, striker N. K. C. 
(hawfonl, Samuel, butcher, h 41 Britain. 
Crawford, Samuel, butcher, lOO Caroline. 
C^rawford, Tlumias, laborer and grocery, 58 

Klizabeth. 
CRAWFORD'S WHARF, Esplanade, foot 

of Berkeley. 
Crawford, Wm., carpenter, h 112 Snadina ave. 
Crawford, Win., turnkey of gaol, li 114 Oak. 
Crawley, .Abriini, grocer, 00 I Juniiner, h same, 
Cray, llicliard, laborer Tiinity, li Pine. 
Cray, Richard, laborer, h (17 n Park, 
('rean, Tliomiw, cutter, h 99 Nelson i. 
('reemer, John, carpenter, bds W. Moulds, 
Crcenier, John IL, carpenter \V. Alould, 

h 32 Denison Av. 
Creighton, Abraham, .slim^maker, h 31 

Na.ss:iu. 
Creighton, Anilrew, tailor, h 134 Strudian. 
Creighton, (,'ornelius, laborer, li 8 Charles. 
Creighton, Mis. Kiiza, (wid Samuel), h 47 

Richmond w. 
Creighton, Will., machinist, li 429 King e. 
Creighton, Win., machinist Wm. Hamilton 

k Son. 
Creighton, Wm, h 507 Jarvis. 
Cresswell, Frederick, a(rcountant Merrhant's 

Bank, bds 208 Church. 
Crew, lienry, |>attern-niuker Soho foundry. 
Crewe, Hiigli S., clerk, h 78 Riclinioiul e. 
Crey, Richard, laborer gas works, h North 

Park nr Pine. 
Creys, Isaiah, waggon-maker 8, 10 Edward> 

h 10 Edward. 
Crickmore, A. J., student Wadsworth k 

Unwiii, h 84 Beverley. 
CRICK MORE, JOHN, barrister, &c., 3 York 

Chambers, Court, h 84 Beverley. 



216 



C. E. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



I 



Cridgp, Miss Mnria, h 304 Cliuich. 
Criintnon, David, tailor, h 77 KliEahctli. 
Crimnion, Donald, lumbenimii, bds King's 

Hotd. 
CIUK'KKR, AME.'* 'DNKY, spcwtary 

and nianajj rc a; IiisiKanrn Oomii'v 

of Canada, '.. ri. -or Court, h Hiwk 

cor Welling, i. '^'\uk\\ 
CllOOKKH, JA/'Kh !'i.,. Albion Hotel, 55 

Kast Mdvket. 
Crocker, .liinics W., ninehiniHi . .<<. o foundry. 
CUOCKKIi, SYDNKY, Jr., el< ik T.-ov. Ins. 

Co. ol Canada, li Urock cor Wi-llington. 
Crocker, .1. P., nmchinist, li 265i Queen w. 
Oockett, .lolin, laborer, h 12(;anidon. 
('reft. Win., k Co., nianufucturcrs of needles, 

fish hooks, tarkle, &c., inii)orters of cut- 

lerv, &c., 37 Odborne. 
Croft", .lolin, laborer, h 132 IJrock. 
CKOFT, WM'., (Win. Croft k Co.), h .122 

Ceorge. 
CKOFT, HENRY, M.A., D.C.L.. F.O.S., 

nrofes.sor Chemistry University ("oUege, h 

James nr Yonge, 'N'orkville. 
(M{()FT()N, WAl/riiU C., clerk Oagoode 

Hall, h 3 (Jould. 
Crokin, Put., sailor, h 48S Little IHchmond. 
Crokiii, Thoma.s, lal)orer, h 4'i(5 Little Uich- 

niond. 
CROMIUF,. ALEX. T., (Ridout, Aikenhend 

k Cronibie), li n s Alexander e of Cliiirch. 
CROMIUK. KKN'ESTrs, (CrawfonU Crom- 

bie), h ISl John. 
Cronibie, Mrs. Mary, li 14 Elliot Place. 
CROMMIE. M., barrister, h LSI John. 
Oonibie, U. !$., ledger-keeper Hank of 

Montreal, bds IS! John. 
Croinpton. Frederick, Ralesinnn, (!. ki. \V. 

Cox k Co., bds same. 
Cromiitoii, Rev. Thomas, li «S Albert. 
Cronan, .lame.s, printer's apprentice, bds 32 

Dumnier. 
C!ronyii, Mi-s. Margaret, bds 0(1 Stanley. 
Cronyn, .(ohn, laborer, h fit! Stanley, 
(Yook, James, carpenter, h 110 Pine w. 
Crooks, .\ilani, Q.C., (Crooks, Kiiigsmill k 

Cattanaeli), h 41 (Jraiige road. 
CROOKS, KINOSMILL .t CATTAXACM, 

Adam Crooks, Q.C.. Nicol Kingsmill, \\.X. 

and Alexander J. Cattanach, M.A.), bar- 
risters, kc, Hdinburgh A.s.surance Inlgs, 

17 Wellington w. 
Crooks. Mrs. Robert P., (wid. R. P.), h 19 

Wind.sor. 
Crook.s, James, grocer, 12 St. Andrew. 

h same. 
CropjM'r. James, cariienter, h 80 High. 
CroKs, Mrs. Ann, (wid Richard), 7<t Saver, 
Crotty, Thomas, post office strnet letter col- 
lector, h r 17 Agues. 
Crouch, .fa.sper, (col.), head waiter Terrapin, 

h 182 nisho)). 
Crowdior, Peter, baker F. Middleton, h 

Terauley. 



'rowdcn, Peter, baker, h 158 King, 
'rowdin. Win., turner, h 66 Eiehuiond w. 
'rowden, Wm., porter Henderson k Ilost- 

wick. 
Crowe, Edward, blacksmith J. k J. Taylor's, 

bds Britain, 
'rowley, Timothy, fireman N. R.R., h 61 

Esther. 

K wn, Edward, keqier toll gate, Yorkvillo, 
UOWN INN, Henry McOuiie prop, cor 

()u<en w nnd Dnndiis. 
KOWN TIMBER, agency office. IZ Duke, 
rown, David, fioot and shoeiiiakcr, Yonge 

bet hloor and Sydenliani, \'orkville. 
'luwii, Will., carter, h Jarvis bet Yonge and 

(Jwvnne. 
HOWTHER, JAMES. (Hell, Crowther k 

Tilt), h .liirvis, cor (ilonci'ster. 
rozier, Wm., bricklayer, 38 James, 
nizier. Win., coaidinmn, h 28 Maple la. 
ruickshank, Alex. D., student, bds Turk- 

i.sh baths, n s Bloor w, Yorkville. 
'ruii'k.shaiiks, Joliii, lalionr, h '.'7 Hritoin. * 
'riii.se, v., clerk Montreal Tidcgiaph Co., 

bds 140 Eli/Jibeth. 
'nii.sc, Will., iiiittklaycr, h 240 Elizabeth. 
luit, Win., telegi-aph operator, h 688 

Queen w, 
'niiMpton, Arthur, nlired, h Avenue Road, 

Y..rkville. 
'R'.'MPTON, HENRY, wholesale and re- 
tail baker und ci)iire('tioiier, 171 King e., 

h .same. 
'rute, .fames, boiicrinnker, h r '1^> I'ritain. 
'nite, .'<air.uel, boilcrniiikcr, h r -.j Britain. 
'iibitt, .lolin Thomas, maehiniut, Jacipies k 

Hay, h 48 CuMJine. 
'ucjlii,', . Peter M., warehoUHuman, N. H. 

('., li lil3 Brock. 

udtlvworth, t!co., laborer, h 120 Ibdiin^on. 
'l!FF, H1:NRY W., provision dealer, 48 

to .'12 St. Lawrence Arcade, h 187 .larvis. 
'utr, .lohii Tlionins, butc'lier, h 161 Pine e. 
ulhaiie, Michael, shoemaker, h lifi Rich- 
mond c. 
nil, Edward L., Canada Company, bds 363 

.larvis. 

nil, .Icdin A., agent, h 353 Jarvis. 
nileii, I'rancis, mail carrier, h 19i'. Ade- 

liii.lc w, 
'nlleii, Mrs. M., mistrejfsCiirls' Model .School, 
'ullen, Nicholas, cMrjienter, h e s SI. Paul, 
ullen. Win., bricklayer, h 2:i3 Eli/a) eth. 
'ullet'in, Bai'tli., cm])!(iyc(! Aldwell k Co. 
'ulleton, Michael, laborer, h 5 ('liarles. 
'iiUetoii, Patrick, wati liinaii Aldwell k Co. 
ulleton, Patrick, labonr, h 10 Diiminer 
nliiii, Wm., coin])ositur, 17 and li) Kinge, 

h 78 Berkeley. 



11 1 1 is. Will., 



II, net 

rolle 



r Rolling Mills, Uls 217 



nllinan. John, peddler, h 72 South Park. 
illis, W 
Palace. 

.'ullivan, Mrs. Jane (wid Richard), h 138 
Jarvis. 



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TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



217 



eil, li Avemu- IJoad, 



vliouHcnmii, N. H. 



n l'uin])Hiiy, Ixls 8S3 



(I Kiclmnl), h 138 



Culvorlioiisc, H., Mtniw ^ofwU nianufactnrcr 

HeiiiliTnon & Hontwiok. 
CULVKKWELI.. JOHN, i.rnctionl miller 

aiut iiinniiging iiiillor, Hoyal Uuiniiiion 

Milk 
CUMUKHLANI), FRKD. R, H. A., law 

student, I'littoii, Osier A: Moiw, h I'eiidar- 

vis, Collejfc, n s. 
CUMHKRLANl), KKKD. W.. MANACSINO 

DlRKCTolt, NOUTHKUN RAILWAY 

rOMI'ANY, h IVn.iiirviH, Coll.'Ke. 
('uiiil)crliiii(l, Will., pliwtcrnr, IkIs 8 .lamt-s. 
CUMMKR, F. I)., pfodncp, (•oiiiinissidii and 

luiiilicr iiiProIuiDt, 8 & 90ntairi)('lmnittt'rs, 

h 32 IsaiM'lhi. 
Ciuniiip, Miss, (lri's.miiakt'r, li 178 Kiiigw. 
CUM I NO k WKLLS, i.luiubm and gas 

fitters, 17') Kiii)5 w. 
rutniniiig, Will. II., M. 1)., li 82 Adelaide 

w. 
Cuiiiniiiigs, Tliomaa H., gardener, li 3 Bax- 
ter's Row, Viinimiey. 
Cumniings, Willougliliy, registrar's clerk, 

Court of Cliaiicery, li l)eiiisoii, w s. 
Cummins, 1),, boiler makers' a.ssistant 

O.T.R. 
Cummins, .1. H., iigeiit, lidi 24 Oak. 
Cummins, Mrs. .luliii, {\y'u\. Win.), li 1ft 

Ddiiro. 
CUMMINS, SKRC.T.MA.IOR PATRICK, 

T. r. F., No. 1 Station, h 122.larvis. 
{'ummiiis, W. IJ., seaman, ii 21 Oak. 
Cumiskey, Owen, iaiuirer, ii 12:1 'I'ecum.seth. 
CundidI, llenjamin, iiutiher, li 42 Isabella. 
Cunniiiglmm, Hugh, laborer, Ixis 17 St. 

I'utriik's sc|uare. 
Cuniivan, l)aiii(l, laborer, li 114 St. I'at- 

riek's. 
Cuiinewortli, Rieluird, laborer, h 24 Osgnode. 
Cuniiiiit^liam, Daiiiil, baker, li :S1(S Little 

Rii'Jiinond. 
Cuniiim,'lia:ii, .lames, iIieekerO.T.R. Freight 

Department, bds Fsther. 
Ciiniiiiighani, .las., sawyer, li 2.15 F.liznbcth. 
Cunningham, .loliii, li 'MW Adelaide w. 
Cuniiingliam, Mrs. .M., boarding house 14 

Shuter. 
Cunningliani, Tlioiniw, laborer Rolling Mills, 

'i 17;') I'lirliameiit. 
Cii)|).ige, Will., chiel" elerk P. O. Inspector's 

Ottiee, h l.'tl ll.iv. 
CUPPLKS k IIUNTKR, (.loseph Cupplen & 

J<ewis Hunter), managers mereantile pru- 

tective a.s.soeiation, h 20 Toronto. 
CUPPLKS, .lOSKPII K., (Cui.ples k Hun- 
ter), li 21. "i Queen e. 
CurL'enven .lames, bds Metro|MilitBn Hotel. 
Curley, .Inhii, printer, h «4 iMinimer. 
CurU'v, Mrs. Miiry, waaheiWDmiiii, h HO 

lion I. 
Curley, Tlioina.s, laborer, h fi4 Dummer. 
Curraii, Kominiik .1., laborer, h '27l» Queen e. 
Curfiiii, James, painter, h 130 Spadina Av. 
Curran, James, painter, h 2 St Andrew. 



Curran, James, porter O. W. R. Queen's 

wharf, li 41 Hishop. 
Curran, .lohn, cellarman west Toronto 

brewrev, h 23 Bishop. 
CI'RRAN, JOSKPH J, bairister, z.'. Kinge, 

h 326 Adelaide w. 
Curran, Mrs. Jane, (wid Wni.), 33 Camden. 
Curran, Patrirk, groeer, 23 Shuter, h same. 
Curran, Patriek, dairyman, h r Pine e, 

nr Queen. 
Curran, Robert, tailor, b 161 Parliament. 
Ciirrie, Miss Annie, -voman, bds 18 

Teniulev 



Currie, Kdward, nie 

li .')'t7 Yonge. 
CU RRIK, JAM KS,M 

h rear of shop 
Currie, John, shoeini> 



■I. .Hit ' 'hi'.nge Alley, 
M% . tnik'r, Neil (.'urric, 



., h C64 Sayer. 
.■^aii.lersoii k Caulk- 



-"laker, n s Espla- 



Currie, John, foii-mai. 

ins), h 66i f.e r. 
CURRIK, NK ri 

nade w, nr Chu.cli, h r of shop. 
Currie, Robert, narpeiiter, h S8 Niagara. 
Currie, Wni., laborer, bds Niagara. 
Currie, Wm. W., salesman, G. 4; J. W. Cox 

k Co., bds same. 
CURRIKR, C. P., broom-maker iin<l prop. 

Currier's hotel, 305 Yonge, h same. 
Curry, John, tiusniith, h 11 Duke. 
Curry, Jo.seph, teani.ster, h 117 Riehmond w. 
Curry, Michael, boot and shoemaker, 258 

King e, h same. 
Curry, Robert, evrpenter N. R. C. 
Cureon, Robert, book-keeper 1). I'rnwfonl k 

Co.. h Mt Palaee. 
Curtuiii, Miss Catharine, book-binder, bds 48 

Terauley. 
Curtis, John, Ciremnn N. R. C. 
Curtis, Mrs. Johanna, (wid Richard), h 22 

Queen e. 
Curtis, Thonia.s, James Perry, bds Adelaide 
Curtis, Will., eoinpositor (r'lnbr, h 22 Queen e. 
Curtiss, .btnies, biieklayer, h 172 Centre. 
Cusaek, Richard, shoemaker, ImIs British 

hotel. 
Ciishin, Rev. John, prolesor St. Jlicdiael's 

College, St. Joseph. 
Cushion. Thomas, hostler, h r63 University. 
Cusick, Fraiieis, h 22 Bishop, 
C'u.staloe. .lohii, J, I). Lewis k Co. tobacco 

works, h F.lizabeth nr Agnes, 
Cnstaloe, John, earpenter, h 117 Klizabeth. 
(CUSTOM HOl'SK. 1 Front w. 
CCSTOM HOUSK WHARF, W. Higin- 

bothaiii & Co., props., font of Yonge. 
Cuthbert, Miss F.liza, eoiifeetionery, 220 

Queen e, h siime. 
CUTHBF.RT, RICHARD, bookbinder, 42 

Carlton, h same. 
CUTHBF.RT, MLSSKS S. k J., dressmak- 
ers, kr., h 42 Carlton. 
Cuthbert, Simon, shoemaker, h 367 Yonga 
Cuthbertsoii, Edward, book-kec{)cr, h 313 

Parliament. 



218 



C. E. ANDERSON A CO. 8 



liii 



Cuthbertaor, Miu Mary, h 105 Victi>ri«. 
Cutlihertflon, K. S., confectionery, 282 

Yonge, h same. 
Cnttell, John H., preunnm T. Cuttell k 

Son, Ms T. Onttell, sunr. 
CUTTELr., THOMAS & SON, (Thomas 

sen. and jun.), hook and job printers, e s 

'Chnn«c al, ror Colhornc. 
CUTTI-ir-L, THOMAS, Si':N.. (T. Cnttell & 

Son). Ii Klizilx'tlt, \f.t Au'iii'S and iMle. 
CUTTKM,, THOMAS, .JUN., (T. Cuttell & 

Son), h r 41 Trinity sq. 



U'AIiLlKN, A. .J., advoonf;', Wliittcmore's 
bigs, bds S!i!tro|M)litiin Hotel. 

Dabuuy, lienjumin, tobucco worker, ii5i Cen- 
tre. ' 

Dabney, Hjnry, tobaeeo worker, h 66 Cen- 
tre. 

PACK, K., mnnufaiitnnrr and dealer in 
boiiU nnil sliocs, 7.{ Kin^ w, li .sanif. 

Pack, Win., clerk, h l.'J6 Vanauliiy. 

Da la, Sti!|tlien, sho«innker, h <')8!) ('Imreh. 

Dadiion, .lanifs, builder. Ii .^.3 Ann. 



DiuUon, Murk, cuipcMitcr, bda 8,'{ Ann. 
uin. .ioscpl 
Yorkville. 



ivrn:uu 
Dain, .ioscpli, buteliur,' Bloor h h cor Vonge, 

«j?ent N. U. ('. elevator. 



Dalby, (Jeorge K 

h 122 Uroik. 
Dale, Mrs. Catherine, (wid Janicii), h 32 

Louis I. 
Dale, Robert, laborer, h 1 24 Agnea. 
Dali!, Tlioiniis, laborer, h Oak. 
Daliiy. Adam, laborer, ii 76 IJoultou. 
Da!ey, ('Iwrli's, (Charles Daley k Co.), bdis 

Queen's Hotel. 
Daley, Charle.s, k Co., (Cliail.M Duley and 

Daniel M(!l,('an), wholesale ieathe/ mer- 
chant, 56 Yonj{e. 
Daly, ('Imrlcs, etiy mes-senger (.'ity Hall, Ixls 

28 Mercer. 
Daley, Daniel, lalmrer, h 77 Albert. 
Daley, liobert, boiler-maker N.K.C. 
DALLAS, ANGUS, wholesale dealer in 

wooden ware and fancy goods 74 York, h 

429 King w. 
DALLAS, U. J., cashier (Canadian Hank of 

Commente. h 47 Bloor e. 
Dally, Alex., laborer, h -0 Christopher. 
Dally, Alex., >{ro<!cr, 188 Centre, h same. 
Dally, Patrick, laborer, h r 10,1 Parlia- 
ment. 
Dally, — , gardener, bds 196 Centre. 
Dalryinple, Alex., painter W. Hamilton k 

Son. 
Dalrymple, .lame.s, clerk, Ms '29 .lames. 
Dalrymple, .lohn, clerk 6J King e, bds 26 

iTames cor Albert. 
Dalton, Kilward, conductor O. T. R., h 629 

Queen w. 
Dalton, Henry, tailor, h 184 Sayer. 
Dalton, I'atrick, laborer, h 10 Stanley. 



DALTON, K. 0., rlcrk Crown and Pleai^ 

Queen's B<'nch, 0«goode Hall, h Hloor w, 

Tn. York. 
DALTON, UICHAUD H., melwleon manu- 

faeturer — King w., bds Robinson House. 
Dalton, Wm., bricklayi-r, h l44 Pine w. 
Dalton, Wm., cabinet-maker, h ii Moitland: 
Daly, Cornelius, laborer, h r 99 Richmond e. 
Daly, Kdward, contractor, h 79 Peter. 
Daly, .lames, laborer, li ;J1& Queen e. 
Daly, Thomas M., retired, h 75 May. 
Daly, John, C. H., clirk, 36 King e, h 7^ 

Hay. 
Dalv, M. J., bookkeeper J. Morri.son, IxU 

Phitt's Hotel. 
D.ily, Mrs., groi'i'ry, 1H2 Miuu, w, h wime. 
Daly, Mrs. Aiiii,lM)ttrdiiiKhou.'<e, lOUSinuoe. 
Daly, Mrs. Maij,'aret (widow John), h r 12 

Kerr Lane. 
Daly, Mrs. Mary, dreM.<iii;iker, h w s Mc- 

Kiuhon, bet Carlton und Oerrard. 
Dily, Patrick, laboier, li (!;} Duchess. 
Daly, Patrick, laborer, h r l<i:{ Parliament. 
Daly, Peter, clerk, bds Mrs. Dnly. 
Dalv, Kobeit, boiler-maker N. I!, n., bds "J^ 

P"eter. 
Daly, ThouMMi, laborer, h 128 Vanauley. 
DAMKR, J., (W. k J. Dainer), h 80 ferau- 

lev. 
DANIKR, W , (W. k J. Damer), h IlieU- 

monil w. 
DAMKR W. k. J. (Wm. Damer an<l John 

Dami^), wholesale manufacturers of boots 

and shoes, 97 Yonge. 
DAMORKAlI, C. I''., entjraveron wood, 87 

May, cor Kin^', h S"orkville. 
Dance, Fred., moulder Wm. Hamilton k 

Son. 
Dance, .lohn, moulder .''oho pDundry, 
Dancy, Mia. Klizii, h 101 University. 
Daiicy, H. Neheniiab, assist, olmervator. 

Observatory Cottage, Queen's Park. 
Dancy, John, blacksinitb, li I'M Duchess. 
Dandy, Wm., carpenter, h 84 Kli/.abeth. 
Dane, John, grocer, Osgoinle, cor Sayer, h 

same. 
Daniels, Denni.", laborer, li s s New Kent 

Road, Yorkville. 
Daniel.^, Francis, constable, h Jarvis, bet 

Y<uige and (Iwynne. 
Daniels, George, gardener, h r Sumach nr 

King. 
Daniels, Mrs., h 184 King We.Ht 
Daniels, Win., gartlener, h e s College, York- 
ville. 
Darcy, (Jeorge, h St. Andrew, cor Vanauley. 
Darc.y, Thomas, cai^jenter, h 27 Uenfrt^w. 
Darling, Frank, draughtsman Cundry k 

Langley, h Parsonage, Trinity Square. 
DAKinNO, KKV. W. S., Rector Chuich of 

Holy Trinity, res Parsonage, Trinity 

Sciuare. 
DAULINOTON, W. D., felt roofing manu- 
facturer, Clare, h 35 Queen e. 



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•own and I'lcav 
tlall, h nioor w, 

uio.Imlfion ninnii- 
linliinsnn House. 

144 Cine w. 
r, h -i Mnitland. 

90 Uit'lnnonil e. 
I 79 IVter. 

(^ucfii n. 
li V, Hay. 
3(1 King c, h 75 

I. Mcirrison, Ixlii 

in>^ w, ii Knni«. 
iiii."!', lOU Siniroe. 
iV John), li r 12 

kor, b w » Mc- 

(im-rnnl. 

U Duilii'ss. 

lo;) riirli.iiiiont. 
. Duly. 

N. I!. N., 1mU7» 

1 JS V'nniuilty. 
luiir), li fell TiTiiu- 

Daincr), h Uii-h- 

Dainrr and .lolin 
iCacluit'is of boots 

raver on wood, 87 

ilk 

tVni. iiiiiiiilton k 

10 Konndry, 
University. 
ii.s.Hisl. oliwrvator, 
ni'cn'H I'ark. 

li ins UuillPM. 
h 84 Kliziilieth. 
mmIc, cor .Suyer, h 

, li 8 8 New Kent 

lilf, h .larvis, lH;t 

r, h r Sumacli nr 

g West. 

Ii f 8 ( 'ollcgp, York- 

licw, cor Vanaulpy. 
r, h '-J7 U«nfr« :w. 
itsnmn (lundry k 
Trinity Square. 
, Hector Cliuich of 
I'areonagi', Trinity 

, fult rooting manu- 
necn c. 






Darragh, AI«x., polineniaii, h 39 Univeraity. 

DftTL-Hu, Wm., sno«)inaker, h 31 Duohuu. 

DavidM, Churlea K., h 203 Jarvis. 

DAVIUS. JUSKl'H, oheniist and druggist, 
109 King!!, li 203 Jarvis. (Heeadvt.) 

DaviiUou, Alexander, insurance agent, h 
476 .lurvia, cor iHabellu. 

DAVIDSON, DAVID, commission mer- 
chant, 80 Front e, h 28 iHabciia. 

Davidson, David, lioikr maker, N. 11, ('. 

Davidson, H. D., l)ook-ki'e|H;r, h 476 Jurvis 
cor lsul>i-lln. 

DAVIDSON,.!. M. (David.non McVittie k 
Co.), L 44 Duke. 

DrtviditoM, .lolin, mail conductor, li 25 Ave. 

D.ividsun, .Folin, l)oil>rr maker, li 67 Univer- 
sity. 

Daviduon, Iloliirt, carter, ii 82 Pine w. 

DAVIDSON, WM. (Duvid.son, McVittie k 
Co.), h 44 Dnkc. 

Duvid.son, Wm,, studcnt-at-ldw, 4 Ontario 
Hall, bds 51 Quecir e 

Davidson, Wni. .M., book-keciKT, Moffatt, 
Murr.iy k Hcaltie, h 24().larviH. 

D.\VIDSON,M(VITTIKACo.,(Wm. David 
son, ThoH. M.'Vittif and .1. M. Davidson), 
saddlery and carriage hardware, 118 Kinge. 

Davcy, Fiederiek, iircs-sunm, Lender, h Duke. 

Davey, Mr.s. James, registry oHice, 9 Queen 
w, li siinu*. 

Duvey, John, pn'H.sman, Lender h 113 Duke. 

Duvcy, Jius., llourAt feed, 9 Queen w, li same. 

Dttvey, Wni., coiiUMiHito, ^//ofci^, Uls 2 Court. 

Davcy, Wm., jiorter, h King e. 

DAVIKS, ALKHKD K. (Davies Hro-s.), bds 
Bas.sett k Kceblc's Hotel. 

DAVIES, r.KOS. (Altred H ami Kdwin V. 
K.), groiers, wholesale and retail, seeds- 
men, kr.. (> Palace. 

DAVIKS, KDNVIN C. K. (Duvies, IJros.), 
bds ('omniercial Hotel 

Davies, .fam.H, waggon maker, Wm. Bris- 
coe's, Queen w. 

Davies, 'John F. , clerk, li 3 Power. 

Dttvies, .Mrs. Mary Ann (wid CJeorge), h 28 
McMahon. 

DAVIKS, KKV. H. W., 15. D., Second 
MiUit..'r Nornuil School, and curate church 
of Holy Trinity, h 5 llroadalbane. 

Davics, Itobert, carpenter, h 28 McMahon, 

Davies, Samuel, suksnnin 103 King u, h 
108 Sayer. 

Davi.s, Thomas, jun., brewer Don brewery, 
bds e s Kivcr, nr Queen. 

DAVIES, THOMAS, j.rop. Don brewery, 
h e 8 Uiver, nr Queen. 

Davies, Wm. H., carter, h 28 ilcMahon. 

DAVIKS, WM. (W. Davies k Co.) h 70 
WelUsley. 

DAVIES. W. k CO., pork puckers, 37, 39 
and 41 Palace. 

Davis, Mrs. Ann Jano, h 4 Elliott Place. 

Davis, A., provision dealer and pork butcher. 
316 Queen w, h same. 



Davis, Mrs. (Catharine, (wid Andrew), wash- 
erwoman, h 894 ''^syer. 
Davis, Charles, cuinmernial agent, h 23 

Seaton, 
Davis, Daiiinl, tailor, 34 King w, h sarau. 
Davis, David, designer anil stamiier 228^ 

Vonge, \)df same. 
Davis, i)avi I J., loborer, h w s Yoik, 

Vorkville. 
Davis, Oeorge, jwrtcr D. Crawford & Ca, h 

28 Curoline. 
Davis, (ieorge, confectioner, bds 4 Elliott 

Place. 
Davis, (jcorge W., grocer, 15 ami 17 Don, b 

same. 
Davis, Lsaac, designer and stamper, 228 

Yonge, h .same. 
Davis, .lames, shoemaker, h 25 (Jueen ft. 
Duvi.s, James, wagon-maker, h 122 centre. 
Davis, Jumes, sahMman, li 25 Queen u. 
Davi.s, .lames, travelling agent K. Lawson k 

Son, 03 King e. 
DavLs, Jumes, city asses.sor St. Lawrenoe 

ward, h 17 Sherbourne. 
Davis, .lames lioy<l, barrister, h Park road, 

cor Woodland, Yoikville. 
Davis, James W., Hlioemaker, h 00 Victoria. 
Davis, .John, laborer Soho foundiy. 
Davi.s, .iolin, shoemaker, I5ds 15 Sayer. 
Davis, .lohn, shoemaker, h 31 Oeorge. 
Davi.s, .lohn, shoemaker, h 20 iJsgoode. 
Davis, .lohn, shoemaker, h 06 lioeeh. 
Davis, James, hose -reel driver, bds 34 

Church. 
Davis, J., clerk Inland Uovenue oW'ice, rooms 

31 Kxchange big. 
DAVIS, J. F., oyster and fruit dealer, and 

musii ian, 32 Queen w, h same. 
Davis, Mrs. Margaret, (wid Francis), h 129 

Tecuni.seth. 
Davis, Mrs. M. A., millillinnry shop, 3734 

Queen w, h .same. 
Davis, Oliver, piano packer, b 99 Dalhousie. 
Davi.s, Patrick, porter U. Davis k Co., h 5 

lierrard e. 
Davis, lliehard, biscuit baker, bds 026 Yonge. 
DAVIS, HOMEKT, (U. Davis & Co.), h 18 

Mercer. 
DAVIS, IIOIIEKT k CO., wholesale and re- 
tail giocers, .OS King w. 
Duvi.s, Mrs. Sarah, (wid), washerwoman, h 

r 27 Dunimer. 
Davi.s, Thomas W., expressman, h 13 Louisa. 
Davis, Thomas, confectionery, 173 Yoik, h 

same, 
Davis, Wm., salesman K. Davis & Co., h 

Mercer. 
Davison, David, boiler-maker, h 31 Vanau- 

ley. 
Davison, Mrs. Jane, (wid John), h 11 Rkh- 

moud w. 
Davison, Rev. John, li cor Elirabt-tb. 
Davison, Smith, employee gas works, h 29- 

Maple la. 



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Darison, neorgi", rurpfnier, Mn 19 Nawin. 
DiivMon, Siuiiufl, Hali'Minau 1)7 King e, h 06 

Hifliuioiiil w. 
Davisuii, Thoniu!*, Iiookkpqter W. Duvis k 

Cu. , ti 11 Ui'.-liniund w. 
David'di, W. F., clcrlj ()l>Mivatory, h 

Queen's I'liik. 
Daw, Sti'iihcii, ulioptniiktr, h 3S9 Church. 
DAWHVItN &(,'()., HmlMiiion and floruU, 

\2i Kiiii;. 
Dawes, Klward, rag moniliant, h 7 Terau- 

l»'y. 
Duw.iiin, (icoi'ge, .1. I), '.f'wis ,V (.'o. tobacco 

works, l),|.H nir l.iuiT!i k Virtoriiu 
Dawson, Jolin, grocery and liquor Htore, h 77 

Centre. 
D.iwsun, .folin, bnikeinan, N.Il.C., bds 326 

Queen w. 
Daw:ion, .lolin, Ijook-keeper, h 7 Hager- 

man. 
DawH>n, .lolui, laiiorer, li n s DBvenjwrt 

roiiil, Yorkvillii. 
Dawson, Iticiiurd, bricklayer, h n s Soollard, 

York vi lie. 
Dawzey, Clinrles, repairer Montreal Tele- 

grapn Co., Il li.T Victoria. 
Day, <'harli'.sC, carpenter and joiner, h 31 

ARncs. 
DAY, JAMKS F,., accountant, prop. Day's 

('oinniurcial College, h 1 Magili. (See 

advt). 
Day, John, cnii])cr, bis SS.S Palace. 
Day, .lohn, employee g;i.s works, h Clien-y. 
DAY'S COMMERCIAL COLLE(iK, 82 

Kin!» e, (sec advt.) 
DKACOX, A. T., clerk Indian Odice, .lor- 

dan, h 123 Church. 
Deal, John, carpenter, h IS."! Parliament. 
Deans. .\Icx., blacksmith, li l.'") Cannleii. 
Dean, Hciijamin, machinist, h 162 Vaiiau- 

ley. 
Dean, fSeorgo, grocer, h 171 Parliament. 
Dean, .lohn, gardener, h w s ^'o|lge, bet 

n.iverley and Cotfinxham. 
Dean, Jo.seph, book-keejK'r, h 02 Trinity. 
Dean, I. 'it, traveller .Sessions, Turner & Co., 

res O.ikville, Ont. 
Dean, Philiji, laborer, h 27 Anderson's la. 
Dean, JdIiu, brewer, bds 219 Saver. 
Di-an, Thomas, h 70 Dallinusie. 
Dean, Thoiiias. book binder llrown Bros., 

bds 70 Dalhousic. 
Dean, Thomas, drover, h Dnnda.s. 
Dean, Thomas, bras.** fmnder 117 A; 119 

Adelaide w, hill Ad daide w. 
Dearmody, .lohn, earjwnter T. k C. Cle- 
ments, h 17 IJi-shop. 
Death, Mi's, w,^sherwoman, h 8i (Jeorge. 
DoHreul, Lesinie, laretaker Exchange Huild- 

ings, h ba.scment. 
Dee, Tho!nas, grocer, h 42 W. Ontario. 



Degor, William, curpenter, h 34 Terauley. 
Decny, Mrs. Cathenne, (wid Francia), h 



69 



Straehau. 



Dcfriea, John A.,brakeman O.T.R., h River 
cor Heeidi. 

Defries, John A., brewer, h 102 Beeeh. 

Defries, Hamuel, conductor (!.T. R., h 35 
Melinda. 

DKFOK, D. M., (lleyden k Defoe), rooma 
Wellington Chnmbers k Jordan. 

DK(;HA8SI, a LFI I), general broker, ship- 
)>ing and iniurancu agent, D3 King e, h 
202 King c. 

DK(JUA.^.S|, (!F,OH(!F, P., M. C. and aur- 
geon, olfire and li 202 King e 

I)e(!ra8si, Willinm, lithographer 17 k 19 
King e, IkIs King cor Merkcley. 

Delaney, Andrew, laborer, h l.^i Pine «. 

Delaney, James A., cabinet maker, )i 182 
Herkeloy. 

Delaney, John, laborer, h 67 & 69 Magili. 

Delaney, Peter, laborer W. D. Darling- 
ton. 

Delanev, Thomas, groceries k jirovisiona, 
SS.'i King e, h same. 

Delaney, Win., shoemaker, h 77 Queen e. 

Delany, Louis, herbalist, .Ol University. 

Delany, Peter, laborer, h Ct'.i llayter. 

Delahaye, John, mason, h 34 Nassau. 

I)e La hunt, Thomas, hair dresser 70 Col- 
borne, h same. 

Delamere, Dawson, (lerk custom house, h 
130 Spailiiia Ave. 

DeLajKirte, A. V., produce broker, 57 Front, 
h 308 Church. 

DELMKOK, A. A., clerk N. ». '., h 36 
John. 

Delmege, Mrs. Susan, (wid Dr. Collis), li 36 
John. 

Delude, IJemi, machinist, h 2.17 Queen e. 

Dempsey, James, stove-mounter, ti il' Ed- 
waril. 

Denby, I'., salesman, bds Albion Hotel. 

Denhain, James, carpenter, h 2.')0 Queen w. 

Dciibam, .lames, gardener, li 9 Hloor. 

P/eniord, II, laborer W. Hamilton k .Sons. 

Ueiiison, .(oHcph, cab'iiet-maker, bds 10 
.lames. 

|)i-nison, Joshua, cabiiii'tii!-'Vfr, ImIs 10 
.lames. 

Deni:<on, .Mfred E., clerk 22 King e, h 
Duiidas. 

DENISO.V, LIEUT. -COL. (JEORCE T. 
junr., (iov.-Ceiil's Hody (luard, and bar- 
rist<?r 11 Wellington Cbambei-s, h Brock- 
ton. 

DENISON, COL. (iEORC.E TAYLOR, com- 
mandant Volunteer (iarrisoii ."ith Mil. 
Dis. Ontario, h Uuslioline, Dumliis. 

DENI.SON, ROBERT B., Brigade- Ma jo.-, h 
Belb'vue, head of Denison Ave. 

DENI.'^ON, RICHARD L., res Lippincott, 
Brockton. 

Deni.son, W. (!., grocer and feed store Dun- 
das, h same. 

Dennis, Win., drover, h s s Sydenham, York- 
ville. 



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J.T.R., h 35 
)ffof), rooin« 

MX. 

lnokcr, Nhip- 
i3 King e, h 

('. an<l lur- 

icr 17 k 19 

r; I'iiif c. 

mkcr, )i 182 

R9 MnRill. 
I). Darling- 

'7 QllPOU e. 

liviTHity. 

Bvter. 

S'lissaii. 

I'sHcr 70 Col- 

uiii liouse, h 

leer, 57 Front, 

, \{. ''., h 36 

. Collis). h 36 

57 Qiiceii e. 
Icr, h il> EH. 

(Ill Hotel. 
2M (jiifun w. 
) Mloor. 
liltoii k Sons, 
laker, Mn 10 

'Vfr, ti'ls 10 

1 Kiiijj c, h 

(JKOUCK T, 
mini, uinl b»r- 
liiTs, h itrouk- 

AYI.OH, pom- 
JKon Titli Mil. 

DuillltlH. 

igiiilo-Miijo/, h 

\V.'. 

i-L-8 Lippiiicott, 
feed store Unn- 
deuhniu, York- 



UKNYKIl, WM., ImUhcr 280 Yongi', h 

ranip. 
ncrliiiin, Miclmel, *li<M-niiiker, IxU.tS Viitoria. 
Dcrrirk, TIikimuh, Imr-ti'iHltr, •iuei'n'H Mntfl. 
Dm Ht. ('mix, Win., |tliuitiTi'r, h 81 Tfrdiilcy. 
UtMiclcT, (lottlicli, Iniit htoi'f Ydfk w abut 

hliipliiiiiKli' anil Front, li hhum: 
DKVKIC, WM., I.iit(:lnr, :w Kiiigw, li sunn-. 
Ui'Vfnil, Frt'cU'riik, nows agt-nt, IhIh (iill'a 

llotll. 

Devcrull, M <. riia-lw, (wid Edmund), li 41 

Di'ni.sori Av 
Devcy, Cluirlcs S., Hnlcaiimu 10 King c, li 1) 

ClinrlcM tor Dt'iilHon Av. 
Dovinc, Ktiwiinl, roiiiiMisitor^//«Ac, h Wnlton 

I'or Kli/aliftli. 
DEVINi:, THOMAS, Miirvcyor in . lii.f. 

(niwn Liniil.s dipt I'urliitniint lliiildings, 

li ;i(i Siiut. T. 
Devlin, Artlinr, lal(orer, li n Klliott Pin- e. 
Devlin, H'.if{li, ^{iiiciT, w H.Fidin cor Adelaide. 
Devlin, .lolin, lidi Id Klliott I'Ince. 
I)evlin. .1 , iMliiiier, h 2U )'i<p^.s lane. 
Dewiin, Diiniel, luliorer, I r h4 Stanley. 
Dewiir, K., teller Hunk liiitiHli North Anie- 

rira, li 
I)ewiir, Henry, .HuleHniun, li 128 Duke. 
Dcwar, li. I!. Iiook-keeper Jno. M. .Mrlvay, 

h IVIM Duke. 
Dewar, Mieliael, ealiinet-niaker, li.'il (^ueen w. 
Dewar, 1'., lrMpkkee|ier Meaver Mutual Ins. 

Co. , hd.s Holam'.t Hotel, eor Kii.sc Market 

Hi| and I'alaee. 
DeW'irt, Kev. Edward H., li I'iderrard w. 
Dewdney, K., hlaekHniitli, W and 1U:1 1'arliu- 

nient, li same. 
Dewdy, Mr.s., Ii \:> MeMulion. 
DKWK, .KtilN, I'oMt Ollice InsiH>etor, To- 
ronto Division, li eor Front and Itroek. 
De.xt.-r, TlioniHs, liuteli.T, h Ll/i .larvi.'i. 
DIAMOND, .1. S., M.D. (Neweonil.e k 

lii.,>moiid), lor* ('liureli, eor Uiehinond. 
Diuiii' -Md, Paul, shoemaker, h O84 Ann. 
Dihh, .lo.ieph, employe Jaeque.s A: Hav, h .")S 

H(uilt. M. 
Dibbs, 1)., porter, li 6 lloulton. 
Di:k, Cajit. .laineo, h 2:17 .larvis. 
Dick, .lo.sepli, Kulesmau, h 4!» Shcrbourne. 
Dick, .loaeph, elerk John Uoyd k t'o., h 49 

Sherbouri'e. 
DICK, CAIT. THOS., PltOl' QUEENS 

HOTEL, Front, bet Hay and York. 
Diek, W. Carlrue, (i. T. H. Freight Otfipc, h 

U;J7 .larvis. 
DICKEY. .JAMES I. (Diekev, Neill & Co., 

li 3a Ik'verlev. 
DICKEY, N.aYHA.NIEL (Diekoy, NeUl k 

Co.). h .34 IJeveiley. 
DU;KEY, NEILE&CO. (.1. I. Diekey, .Tuo. 

Neill and Nathaniel Diukey,) propi Soho 

Foundry), 18 to 28 U«'verley. 
Dickey, \Valter, moulder, h 174 Sayer. 
Dickie, Wni., bo<>k-kee|>er .lohu Sheddeu k 

Co., h SO Littl«t Nelaon. 



DICKIION, CHAULES l{., a.eountant Pro- 

vineiul hiN. < o. (il Canada, 'i'oruntn, cor 

Court, h 21 Imibella. 
Diekxori, CharlfK T., e.\<'i(H; odii er, bdn 12 

(ierrard e. 
DI«'KSON. (lF.oK(iE P.. eollertorol Inland 

Kevcnue. Inland Kevenue Ollire, lit, M, 

10 and 17 Exchange ItnililingH, h 12 

Oerraid v, 
DirksoM, .lohn, a^eiit Yorkville llrewery, h 

.lanie.>i bet Yonge and (iwynne. 
Diek.sc n. .lolui. travelling agent, h 00 Power. 
Diekson. .1. I!., dry gou<U MiltMni^" h 408 

Kin^; e. 
Dirkson. ThonuLs, 1. borer, hill Parliament. 
|liek>>oii, Thomas, gardener, h .*^|iruce ut 

Parliiminl. 
DM KSON. CKAWFOJM) k SMITH, (An- 
drew Ciawfonl and .lames D. Smith), 

dry gio(ls. ndllinery >^:e. , !)1 King e. 
Dl( KSON. .lAMKS II., k CO., nianufae 

tnrers agi i^'ultnial implementa 22Terauley. 
Digby, (ieorge F.., Nale:iman 97 King e, h 

llSlJon.l. 
Di^rby, (oorge, saddler and carriage trimmer 

V.S7 *,iueen w, h .same. 
Digby, Henry, nnlbr. h 101 Sayer. 
Dill, .lohn, painter, h Il'l Dumnier. 
Dill, Moore, lin.smith 221 Y< nge, h Osgood e 

Eane. 
Dill, Thonnia, machiniat, h 23 St Andrew. 
Dillon, .lohti, earter, h r 13 Alla-rt. 
Dillon, John, tlour .iml I'eid, 284 Yonge. h 

20 Agnes. 
DII.EoN. JOHN, JU.. (lU'lord k Dillon), 

res Montreal. 
Dillon, .Michael, laborer, h w a IloWrl. 
Dillon, Miehael, employee (i. T. K., h 491 

King w. 
Dillon, Patriek, laborer, h 7 Chureh. 
Dillon, Wm., Hour and grain dealer, 20 

h .same Agne.s. 
Dillworlh, JoJM'ph, drug elerk, 1C7 King e 

h Parliament. 
Dillworth, James. l)ook-kee|>er,h.".2i l.ouiaa. 
Dilworth, Jauns, elerk Trlnjrtipk, h ''"' 

Trinity So. 
Dilworth. Thomas, lab'ier, 1) < .undeu. 
Diniond, .lames, h 99 .Vial tide w. 
DiNEEN, D., (V. k D. Dineen), h 

Magill. 
DINEKN, ^\'., (^V, ^ D. Dineen), h I'oitst 

e s bet King am! Vi elli'igton. 
Dineen. Wm.. Rrtl-:inan. h DorHtePOct 

Wellington and King. 
DINEEN W. k D., (W. k D. Dineen), hat 

ter.s and furriers, l-n Vongo. 
Dingwall, James, banister, k<-., tMaelennaii 

k Henderson).bds Adelaide w, eor Dunean. 
DINNIS. HICHAUD. builder and lumber 

nieivhnnt 48 Hay, h William opp brewery. 
DISCIPLFS' CHURCH Shuter eor Vii toria. 
Dissette, Thomas H, clerk, bila 40 Albert. 
I)i.xon, A\e\., broker, his 31 Hichiuond e. 



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Dixon, Alex., CMchman, li 119 Church. 
DIXON. ALKX. &SON, (Fohii L k Frwl- 

erink K). ladillery hardware, 72 KiiiKC- 
DIXON, B. HO.MEIt, consul for the Nether- 
land*, "The Hum«wood," Wellcsley. 
DIXON, BK(W., (Win. Dixon & .John 

Dixon), curriogc-buihlers, 70 and 72 

King w. 
Dixon, (Jhirlcn, hnrnt'ss-innkrr, 181 Kin?: ••. 
Dixon, Mph. Kli/:il)cth, ii :)1 lU<'hinon<l <>. 
Dixon, Mrs. Ustlicr, (wid Alex.), h (jcrrard 

(!or Jarvis. 
DIXON, FRKDKRICK K., (Alex. Dixon & 

Son), li cor O rnird iind Jurvis. 
Dixon, II. ('., (•ntcrin;^ rlcrk, bJs 31 llich- 

niond i;. 
Dix'in, .Icrcniinh, smldh'r, h 176 Mutual. 
DIXON, .lOlIN L., (Al.x. Dixon * Son), 

h cor (ii-rnird and .lurvis. 
DIXON, JOHN, (Dixon Hros.),h 155 Uith- 

niond w. 
Dixon, Murk, law st:id>-nt, h 'U9 Adelaide w. 
Dixon, It. B., excisi! oltiier, h U5 Ontario. 
Dixon, Tlionia.s, laliorer, h 111 I'ailianiint. 
Dixon, Win., inodiicc, flour and Iml, 249 

King e, ii hiiik*. 
DIXON, WM., (Dixon Bros.), h 104 Iliih- 

niond w. 
DOANK, IIENHY. livery stalde prop, r 40 

Kini; w, li 40 Milindii. 
DOBHIK, JAMK.H A., (Dohl.ie t Cirri;-), h 

60 York. 
DOBBIKJiCAltHIR, (lames .. Dobbieand 

Uobert Curie), wliolestile dry goods, 3 

Wellington e. 
Dobbie, ■fames A., jun., olerk, Ixla 60 York. 
Dobbie, I'eyton, Ma Go York. 
Dobbin, Kdward, broom-maker, bdii 172 

Hiyer. 
Dobbin, Mrs. RliznlWli, iwid John), li 117 

Victoria. 
Dobbin. .Foscnh, carjienter, h r 172 Mayer. 
DOB.SON, JAM KS. .1.1'., |Hmtmaster and 

commi.ssioner for taking nlllilivitM, Court 

of Queen's Boncli, "'-wn Hall blk. York- 

ville, ii siinie. 
Dobsdii. Mrs. Mary, h 69 Hiehmond e. 
Dobion, Thomas, laborer, h 24 8ydeiibniii. 
Dolwon, W. (■., I'oininiwion inerehant, li n s 

Hcollurd. 
Dodl, K. K., traveling agent, h 170 Bath- 

nrst. 
Dodd, Ueorge, iiolisher Jacques k. Hay, h 196 

H.iyer. 
Do<id. John, Uliorer D. Crawford k Co., h 

94 I.iiniley. 
Do<id, Wm., civil engineer, h 147 Bathuiet. 
Dold, Will., jun., elerk, h 147 Bat!nin»t. 
Do Ids, Itobert, builder, h H Osgoo<le. 
DODOSGN, SHIKLDS k CO., (John Dmlg- 

■on and James Hliieldi), wholesale and 

retail grocers and manufacturers of bis- 

cittta and confectionery, 138 Yonge cor 
lerunce. 



W^' 



DOnnSON, JOHN, <Do<Inon, Shields k 

Co.), res Carlisle, Cumlierlund. Kngtand. 
Dodgson, Mrs. Mnrgant h 62 Winchuster. 
I)<Hlg8on. Wni. , bookkeeper, 1 38 Yonge, bds 

same. 
DOKL, JOHN, h .'58 Adelnidc w. 
Doherty, Denis, cdlarnian, h Kdward. 
Doherty, (Seorgv, Balesinan E. Harris, h 

Yonge, nr Bloor. 
Doherty, John, moulder, h 26 Richmond e. 
Doherty, John, tinsmith, 4f» (Jeorge, h sanie. 
Doherty, John, laborer, h TO .Stanley. 
Doherty, Michatd, cellarmon, h Edward, 
Doherty, Mrs., washerwoman, h 112 Nelson. 
Dohin, Bnnictt, moulder, h 106 Richmond c. 
Dolan, John, car|ienter Qu"«'n's Hotel. 
Dolan, Wm., laborer, li r 18 Htanley. 
Dollery, Henry, lirenmn N. R. C, h 19 St. 

.\ndrew. 
Dollery, James, house mover, h 13 Maria. 
Dollerv, W., comluct..r N. R. ('., h 330 

Adelaide w. 
Dolleiy, Wm.. laborer, h 43 Either. 
DOMINION TEI.IXJR.M'II COMPANY, 

olllie 83 King e. (OHii-rs not yet «p- 

|iointed.) 
DOMINION TOBACCO WORKS, J. D. 

!.i<wi», proit. , 64 Nelitnii. 
DON BREWERY, Th<.s. Davies, prop., 

c s River, nr Queen. 
DONALD. RICHARD (Donald k IVters), 

h 140 Kiiige. 
DONALD k I'KTERS (Richard Donald, 

Rolwrt I'etei-Ht, 140 King e. 
Donaldson, Alexander, salesman, T. M. Prin- 

gle At Co., h 239 Queen e. 
Donahue, Mai'tin, blucksmith, N. R. C. 
DONALD.SON, JOHN A., government em- 
igration agent 14 Front e, h 96 Rich- 
mond w. 
Donaldson, John H., lMH)k-kee|K'r W. R. 

Brown k Co., h 73 Wellington I'lace. 
Donaldson, loliii S., traveller, h 17 Isahellk. 
DonaldNc)n, John, engineinan, (}. T. R, Ma 

Front, 111 Brittk. 
Doniilditon, Wm., engineer, li r331 Qneen w. 
Doiiiilson, .laiiii's, banister, )idHOH(jueen w. 
Donegun, Thomas, cab driver, li 221 King e. 
Doiikin, Roliert |»orter, li Centre. 
Donlon, Edward, huckster, h 6 Power. 
Donnelley, Micliacl, chI> driver, h King e. 
Dimnelly, Mrs. Anne (wid John), h 118 

Htraclian. 
Donnelly, ClniilpM, enre Uk< i Edinburgh As- 
surance buildings, 17 Wellington w, h 

same. 
Donnelly, Frank, clerk, 5 King e, JkIs 357 

Yonge. 
DONNELLY, fiODFREY, photogmpher, 

R. W. Anderson, bds Wellgton Cliiuiibera. 
Donnelly, John, fancy giMuls, No. 12 St 

liAwreiici! Arciule, h 357 Yonge. 
Donnelly, Henry, carter, h 32 Victoria. 
Donnelly, John, sak-siuun, h 3CI7 Yongf, 



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[Hlgdon, Shinlda k 
>(>rlun(l, Kngland. 
h 62 Winchwitfr. 
i«r, 138Yongc, bda 

liiidn w. 

t), h Kdward. 

mil K. Harrin, h 

h '20 Kichinnnd e. 
4S (icnrf^p, h snme. 
I f 9 atanU-y. 
ion, h Kdwiird. 
man, h 112 Nelson. 

)i 106 Hichinund e. 
u-M'n'i Hotfl. 

18 Htaiiley. 
N. K. C, h 19 St. 

)Vf'r, h 13 Maria. 
N. H. ("., h 330 

43 Esther. 
U'H COMPANY, 
llicrs not yit np- 

) WORKS, J. D. 

II. 

w. Uavies, prop., 

(Donald k IVtm), 

(Kicliard D«nald, 

IcKnian.T. M. Prin- 

initli. N. H. ('. 

\., govern iii«iit rm- 

mi f, h 96 Uich> 

iM)k-k«T|H'r W. R 
IlitiKtoii i'lnce. 
-.'Ilfi, )i 17 iHahclla. 
man, (•. T. It., Ixis 

i-r, )i r 331 Qnetn w. 
ir, ]>dn 08 (iiH'Pii w. 
river, li 221 Kinge. 
Ii ("fiitri'. 
ir, h 6 Power, 
driver, li King e. 
(wid John), h 118 

:*ikti Kdiiiliurgh As- 
' Willington w, h 

5 King e, bds 367 

KY, photogrnphcr, 
Vell'gton ( 'littinbers. 
gcMxis, No. 12 St. 
17 Voiigp. 
, h 32 Vi<toria. 
II, k 367 Yongc 



J 



Donnelly, Mrs. H. (wid Wm.), houaekee|i^r 

Wullingtun Chauil>era. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Julia (wid), 38 Parliament 
Uonneliy, Peter, eoui|iositor, Tfleyrapk ollice. 
Donnelly, — , niNsoii, h 8 Kiehmond w. 
Donlly, (iforge, printer, 96 Yonge, )i 78 

Kiehmond w. 
Duiiohue, Francis P., 8lio«maker, 33 Queen 

w, li same. 
Donnlioe, Mrs. h r 92 Duclicss. 
Donohoe, Mm. Mary (wid Pat.), h ?7('entre. 
Donolioi-, Mrs. Mary (wid John), r23 Queen c. 
Donoiioe, William, blacksmith 14 Kdward, 

h r. 
Eoui)lio«, John, liatter 111 King c, h 

Centre. 
Dunohue, Jolin, labor ''i s e King w, bet 

iUtiiuiit suid 'I'eeui 
Donohoe, .loiiii, <lerk, IhU 60 Hay. 
Donohoe, Martin, laborer, h 61 Ksther. 
Donoiigh, Mrx. Kli^ab.-th, (wid), h Kmnia. 
Donoviiii, .laniet*, employee J aeqiKS & lluy, 

IhIw 94 Houlton. 
DO.NOVAN, JOSEi'H A., barrister, &c., 1 

Ontario Hall (^oiirt, bda Kos.>in House. 
Donovan, Mielia<-I, lalturer, h 12 Dnmmrr. 
Donovan, .Nirs. .ianc, h 37 Hruss la. 
Duiiovan, Mra., h r 176 .loiin. 
Doiiiivaii, UoUvrt, hatter lUU King e, h 61 

Centre. 
DON STATION, (I.T.K., Thomas M-.-ighor, 

Htalioii iiiiister, Little Front, <:or Ruft. 
Dornn, ('liarle«, |iorter (5. W. U. Queen's 

wlmrt', h 117 Luinley. 
Derail, .laiiieM, trunk maker 181 King e, h 

Dale. 
Doran, Mrs Uosa, (wid), h f>7 Littlo Front. 
Dornn, Win., aaleHiiuii, (iouderhani k Worts, 

h r>7 Little Front. 
Dortey, laborer, h \ I'ft (Caroline. 
Doreey, Luther, latMirer, h 21 Sayer. 
Doreey, Mm. Matthew, grocer 73 Stjinley, h 

same. 
Dormer, Wm., elerk Gas Works, Ms 134 

Palaee. 
Doi-sey, .I'llir, |«eker, h 142 York. 
Dussr, ' 'I., greaiiu manutacturer 300 

King e, 47 Uiehnumd e 
D lubie, Clement, ii fil6 Queen w. 
I'ougliun, Siimuel, buteher, h 307 Chureh. 
Duuglierty, Michael, hiboivr, h 47 Agues. 
Douglity, Mrs. .lane, (wid. ol' Uiehard), gio- 

cery store 654 Yonge, li same. 
Doughty, Thoma.s, cariMMiter, h 61 Kim w. 
DougitiH, K. L., •icrk, IkIs 51 liielimoiid e. 
DougloM, lleiiiy, ehrk, IhU 16 Front. 
Douglas, .laiiii'H, labor.'r Soho Foundry. 
Dougliu, ('a]itaiii J. T., Marine Inspector 

W. Ass. Co., h '. * Willi hesttT. 
DOUOLAS, .lOIIN, chi.l eierk Custom 

House, Ii n s Walton bet Terauhy and 

Kiizalietli. 
Dnuglax, Capt. .lolin, h 266 Carlton. 
DcugluM, I.., boarding liousu 16 Front e. 



Douglas, John, tailor, h s s Sydenham, 

Yorkville. 
Douglas, Philip, sailor, w s Borden bet Col- 
lege and Vankongnet. 
Douglas, Koger, boot and shoe manufacturer, 

h n s Yonge nr Hever.ey, YorkviUe. 
Douglas, Kobert, h 1 83 Queen w. 
Douglas, .Sarah Matilda, boarding house, 51 

Itiuhmond e. 
Douglas, Wm., dnig clerk, h 84 Nelson. 
Douglass, James, chairmaker, bds 61 Kliza- 

both. 
Douglass, John, chairmaker, b>'s 61 Kliza- 

bcth. 
Douglass, Mrs. Kliza, (wid Jnlin), 61 Eliza- 
beth. 
Douglasit, Wm., compositor 17 and 19 King 

e, bds 1 83 Queen w. 
Doiiry, Thomas, insurance clerk, bds S3 

Temuley. 
Dov-ry, Mis. Elizabeth, seamstress, h 67 

Agnes. 
Dow, Oeoige P., Ujokkeeper W. Hamiltou 

k Son, h 36 Oak. 
Dow, Kiihard, carpenter, li 70 Victoria. 
DOW, W. IL, OV. II. Dow k Co.), h 74 

Yonge. 
DOW, W. IL, k CO., importer dry goods 1 

King w, h same. 
Dowcll, Francis, Iwker, h 121 Parliament. 
Dowell, John, miller (Joodeihain k Worts, 

bd^ 121 Parliament. 
Dower, (j. W., inuil dept. Olobf, bds. 1C8 

Klizab«tth. 
Dower, James IL, compositor Olobe, h 1&5 

Elizalwth. 
Dowlcy, James. I., carpenter, h 134 York. 
DOW Key, JOHN, (Kouf k Downey), bds 

66 Teraiiiey. 
Downty, Michael, dairj'maii,h 81 University. 
Downey, Mm. Mary, boarding house 110 

King w. 
Downey, Hugh, garrison scripture render, U 

62 Church. 
Downey, S. W., salesman, li 66 Terauley. 
Downey, TiMimas, builder, h 66 Ter niey. 
Dowiiie, Win., telegraph ojierator N. U. C, 

h 62 Church. 
Downing, Thomas, boots and shoes C46 

Yonge, 7i! Victoria. 
Downs, .1., broom-maker, bd* 432 Yonge. 
Downs, Tliojuiis, laborer, h r 82 Duinmer. 
DowncN, Will., tailor. Us City Arma Hotel. 
l)tw«oii, Eilward, pr.inter, IhIs 8 James. 
DOW.St)N. EDWAKK, |.rop. "Leeds Arms" 

Hotel, 12, 14 and hJ Queen e. 
Dowzanl, Mrs. Mary (wid William), I'arc- 

taker biiiisa Ht. sifuiol, )i r 69) Teruuley. 
DOYLK, .lAMKS IL, bairister, 'JO Toronto. 

)i nsQuecii w, nr Denison Avenue. 
D^yle, .lames, |mttern-maker, h 14 Power. 
Doyle, James, liilKiier, h 89 Stanley. 
Doyle, J(din, loienian |Mittern-uittker W, 
Hamilton k Son, h Power. 



224 



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Doylp, .liio., laborer, h King, cor Tw.-iunft'tli. 
Doyip, JdIiii, cnrpciiter, 1> 24 Power. 
Doyle, .(olin, laltorer, li «i2 Stniilev. 
Doyle, Lfiwreiice, jmlterii-uiaker W. Ilaiiiil- 

ton jc Sun, h Kiehi'vjntl v. 
Doyle, Miclniel, (i8liiiioii>,'er, (iocif^ti nt. Iiine. 
Doyle, Mri. Aim, wiishcrwoiiiun. li ttl I'iiiew. 
Doyle, Mra Kiuiices (wul .lumen), h Jurvis 

eor (Iwymie, ^'ol■kvilll'. 
Do vie, .l.uii."s H., Imrrister, 20 Torouto, h 

;i»4 Qu 'en w. 
DOYLi!,, rATIiK'K. Looks iin.l luii(yK""<K 

Nog. «, H iwiil io St. Liiwreiu.c! Arrude, h 

7<> Uicliiiioiiil e. 
Doyle, Thos., .St. lawreiico IM;-!, 78Col- 

1m, rue. 
Doyle, Tiioums, lualulor Victoria Urcwery, h 

Kdwnnl. 
DovIe, Val iiline, sliij* carpenter, h r 118 

I'liike. 
Drake, Henry, waiter (.Mieen's Hotel, li In 

220 .Saver. 
Drake, Wni., ear|Hiiter, li n i Svilenliani, 

Yorkvili'. 
Drniislii'ld,! .1. M., rouiniercial travellei, h 

llavilen n h. 
DKAi'KK, HON. WM. HKNKV, (M?., 

('!4ter .lii.ttiee of ( )iitari(>, It Ha/i'lileaii, e s 

Owynne, Vorkville. 
Dr.i|i.r, .losi'idi, enndurtor (1. T. U., h ir>7 

I'.-ter. 
Dr.itt, It. F., |)roi>. Kniplovnient and llenl 

K.st.tte Ullire iNelson e^r King, fxU (Iranil 

Trunk House. 
Drayiott, C, ]»ro|i .Star Hotel, Front w. 
Dnivi'olt, Will., toli.iiu'o- worker, li W N'ork. 
DHkDOK, A. (A. Dredge k Co.), Ii 21 tl 

Vi.'toiia S;|iuire. 
DKKIXJK, A. A:(i>., wlmlcKnle stationers, 

liookliindeis, &«., Ii 5;{ Yoiige. 
Dreiiiiuii, Mi8. L.,(wid Wim.), Ii loCanideii. 
Dnw, Mis. .Viiielia (wi>l (!. W.) Ue^islry 

Oillri) i'cir .Serv.intH, and iHJiey Mtor.', ;!i>2.^ 

Yonge. 
Drew, t'liristojijier, janitor I'liiversily, It 182 

.S|>udiiiit .\v. 
Drew, Matthew, builder, h 2tl William. 
Drewitt, .laiiies, iimililrivi'r, li 115 Kieli- 

Uicliiiiond w. 
Drewry, 'I'lioiuas, a>:i'ouiitant, li 11(» ( 'uroliiit'. 
Drinkwater, .1. K , grocery, li ;!ti7 Ciiuiih. 
Driicoll, |)aiii<'l, iir4)oiii maker, bdH (livens 

w K, Itet l)iiitiLt.s and Sli-aehnn, 
Driseoll, Denis, laborer, h 24 (iiveiis. 
Drohaii, Mis. Klleii, ^\vid .liliiO, li ia;j 

Portland. 
DWOUiLLAHl), FKLl.X. tolmcconist, K) 

Ki'ig w, li :t ('iirly'M hlo.k, (ieorge. 
Dnuunioiid, (ieor/;,', eiwlilx.ok kee|.er Hank 

ol Montreal, li 6 Hlofir e. 
Druniinond, ileuiy, luiiiln'r clerk, bds 

Hrit.iniiia lioti-l. 
Druinniond, Juna-s, iiiacliiiiiiit, h 409 

yiieiii w. 



Drummond, John, lumber nim-hdnt, h 134 

Victoria. 
Dniinuiond, M.ittliew, UtnlckeeiMr, h 5 
t Uloor ('. 

I Druniiuond, &lnt. Junir^, millinery, 4U9 
I (jueita w, h mime. 
Drynaii, Kdward, labotv% 1 Trinity, li 
Sumach. 
! Drynuii, .lohn, mnnag<>i W. A. Mumiv&Co., 
I h «!) Slu.1. r. 

j Drviian, Thomaii, ('ar|*(>nter, h College nt 
I liij>|iini'ott. 

, DKV.SDALK. THOMAS, (Dry.sdule k 
j Ifiiliiii), Ii Heech iir Seali>n. 
' DHVSD.M.F. «; HomN. Tliom.w Dri»dale 
{ & Tlioiiia.s Itobin), I'roviaion & comniis.sion 
I mereiiaiits, hO Front e. 
! Durker, .lohn, aiuiittaiit litter N. |{. ('. 
Dl't.KKTT. t'HAHI.t^, Mipt. Hoa-»e of 

Inihistiy, li Kliii tor Klixab.-th. 
Diiekwoiih, .lohn, oriiaiiiental |ila.->tcrcr, li 
I ;J24 (^iieeii w. 

Diirhwortli, .Mp<. •IoIim, mi linrry nnd trim 
j iiiingH, :i2tHnd '.l'24i ijueeii \v, h .same. 
DUDI.KV & ItrUNS, (James Dudley and 
•lohn Itiirnsi, |iro|iii new conititen iul |iniit- 
iiig house, Victoria hull, Melinda. 
Drill, i:V, .IAM»-:s,,l(utll.y & lUirn.s), li lliJ 
I Pitrliaineiit. 
Dudley, Thoiiiiis, eurjientrr, h 113 Heaton. 
Dudley, Will., i'.ir|MMiter Ittirke'!* Hash A( doi^r 
I factory, eor Hir|iiiion<l and Slic|iit;ii<|. 
Diifitnt, Paul, sluHMii.iker, ImU i:<7 IVrauhy. 
Dull', Alex., custom house looker, h 443 

Church. 
Dull', .lames, Iwiiler-makcr, h ;<7 Duchess. 
iJull, Mr». Klleii, griM-eiifjt At |in>viaionM, 
I 102 Kirhniond e, h wtme. 
, DUFF. NKIL C. (Thoinixion k DulD, h 4 
M-erh. 
Duirett, (ieorge, )ii.ino manufiicturer, h 111 

Oak. 
Dl'FFIN, UollKllT, (Dutiiii *; Ferguson,) h 
Kim. 
; DrFFI.NA: FF,U(irsoN. OJolMrt DuiJin k 
Henry Ferguson^, i>ail-uiakers nnd riggers, 

loot of Yollge 

Diillin, W. W., genfnil agi-nt 22 King e, h 

King >'. 
Dufiesne, NaiHtleoii, Hhociiiaker, 7 Welling- 

ton c. 
DulFuN, tteo., mxintrfoundr)', li 217 Centre. 
Diill'iis, .lames, laborer (iootrs foundry, h 58 

Trinity. 
DIIFFKY, JAMES, iin.i. Duffey's hotel, 

( 'liurch e 8 cor Carli-ton. 
DI;FFI;Y'S HoTKI.,chui.li e s cor Carlton. 
DUFFY, .lAilKS, Uggag.niun O.T.IJ., h 17 

Hevcrley. 
Dully, Clurle.s, but. her, h 227 Carlton. 
Dully, .lames, carter, h 213 .Mutual. 
Dull'y, Patri.k, lal«>rei, h 23.1 Church. 
Dully, iiobert, giij< cries and pDvisious, 149 

licucli, h same. 






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ubiT inenhdiit, h 134 
, iHHikkiviMT, h 5 
iirs, niilliuery, 409 
iboix'. 1 Trinity, h 
i W. A. Mumiy&Co., 
jK-ntiT, li l'oll<i;e nt 

MAS, (Drystlale k 

Si-.iton. 

IN, TliomiiH Drimlili- 

'Htviaioii k riiiiiiitis.siuii 

i,tVitt*rN. H. I'. 

.KS, SHJlt. lluUlM' of 

.r Kiiiiilvtli. 
runiiieiitdl i>la»tiTtr, li 

li'i. mi limiy ami trim 

ti t^>IUMll W, )l R.IIIU' 

;.S, (.Iniiu's DiiilifV mill 
>.s iD'W roiiiiucr) ml |iriiit' 
Ik litiU, M-'liiula. 
(Dwllty & llun.ii), him 

jionfrr. li 113 S<'atoii. 
iiti'r lliirkr's sa-sli h »l"»<r 
iKHiil luul Slii'|>i»nr«l. 
i.ik«-r, IhU 1:»7 Ti-raul.y. 
II liiiu-w loi ker, h 443 

iimk.i, h ;»7 Durlu'cs. 
^•.M-eiii'H k piovinionH, 

ll NUlllC. 

(I'lioiniwion k \h\lT), h 4 
i,tiiit manufactunr, h M 
r, (Dutlln & Fprguson.) li 

rsoN, (H.>lHri DnlRii k 

I, hatl-iii ikfi>i iiiul riKK'T-". 

icrul •n«-iit i-i King e, h 

II, nhwiaukcr, 7 \Vi!llinj<- 

i,frfoHii.lr>-. UaUlVntrr. 
utvv iJooils fouiulry, h 68 

S, iipij> Huir«'y'H Imti'l, 
iirliton. 

•;i.,t'liuiv.h .•!«.or(:urltoii. 
lMiplf4g<'ll»«» •'•.!'. 1{., ll 17 

libi-r, ll 2-*7 Carltoii. 
.T, h 213 Mutual. 
imriM, ll •JUJi'liuivli. 
i>.-.Ti«-H uiid iiMviaiouu, 148 



Dugdale, Win., f^roo.er and proviaion dealer, 

44 Nelaon, h aamn. 
Dugpt, Alt*x. mnchiniat, Smith'a, Front, h 

106 Adelaiilu w. 
Duffi^un, iCdmund II., barrister, IkIh 272 

Wuliingtoii w. 
DIIGOAN, C.KOltCSK, City H«cor<ler, h 272 

Wclliiijftoii. 
DUGCSAN, (iKOUOK F., (Blevins & Dug- 

gan), h 272 Wellington. 
Duggiin, Jan»-s, luls 243 C'lmreh. 
Dimc.AN, .lOMN, Q.C., (Dnggan & Mey- 
ers), Front, lor I'cter. 
Diiggan, John, grocer, 243 Chunh, h 

Runic. 
(luggiin, John, hilmror, h 31 Don. 
Diigi^ikii, .lojiii, h 4 Diii'lic.MH. 
Diigtjiii, .loHi'ph, hotel prop, 248 King e. 
l>uggaii, .Mis. Kinily, (wid (ieorge), prof 

niusii', 224 TiiMnlcy. 
Duggiin, Walter H., wilcsmon 138 Yonge, 

tills flh.nr. 
DUOOAN k MKYKILS, (John Dnggnn.Q.C'., 

and Adiiin II. Meyers juii.), barristurM, ku.. 

Court corToroiito. 
Duhig. Patrick, (K;ihcl!cy k Duhig), h 116 

lion I 
Duke, Wm., laborer, hr Maria n Queen. 
DUN, W1MAN& CO., nurcantile ngm.y 

John M(m.M, niaii.ig> r, 4 6 & (t Kxchaiige, 

Huildings. 
DUNMAl!, IllcriAIU). grwerios and 

liipinrs, whole.sale and retail, 32 Wewt 

Market, h Vorkville. 
Diinbai, Satmu'l, constuble, h 375 rtloor e. 
Dunbar, Win., siilexinan, l>d.s Daltiousie. 
Duncan, Alex., [toliceni.iti, bds 115 Ade- 
laide V. 
Duncan, Amlrcw, jobber, li r 84 F.Ii/abeth. 
Dunnan, David, jobber, Uls r 81 Kliza- 

beth. 
Duncan, .lohii, iKilicetimn, bds 1 If) Adelaidee. 
Duncan, Henry, insiinuicu agent, h head 

Dcnisoii av w s cor Ibdlevue .si|. 
Duncan, .Mtn., boarding Iioukc, h 2J7 Palace. 
Duncan. Wni., li r.4 WelbHlcy. 
Dunila.s, AIcc., groicr, 92 Church, h 61 

Stanley <: 
DiindaH, Kdwanl, policeman, Ixis 36 Albert. 
Dunford, Henry, b S>'> lloulton. 
Piuik, Joint, iiiachiiii>.t, h 23 Oxford. 
Duiile.iry, Joseph, laborer, h r l.S Stanley, 
Dunn, Daniel, liluckHiiiith, h II.'S Heikeley. 
Dunn, David, pensioner, h .'>04 Qiireii w. 
Dunn, Charb'H <!., nntchinist, b 144 ilich 

inond w. 
Dunn, Daniel, blaokainith A (liureh, h 115 

Herkeley. 
Dunn, (}., |ca?nster Burke's aash nnd door 

factory, I'or U'chmond k Shep|Nird. 
DUNN, (J. W., hoop skirt inanufu( tor)-, 

niillinerv and fancy guoils 200 Ac 3 18 

Yonge, h 38 Carlton. 
Dunn, lleiiiy Iv, clerk, h (jue«n w. 

15 



Dunn, Jamrt, shoemaker, bds 25 Centre. 
Dunn, Jno. , kee|>er Lunatic Aayluni, bdasatne. 
Dunn, John, farmer, h nr Oivea'a on Queen 

w, n 8. 
Dunn, John, cashier 38 to 37 King e, hds 

364 Queen w. 
Dunn, John, clerk, h 10 HolK-rt. 
Dunn, John, drover, h 25 Dundaa. 
Dunn, Jubn, Yorkville, brick and tile 

nmker, Yorkville, 
Dunn, .lohn, moulder, h 125 Centre. 
Dunn, John P., Custoni House Ollicer, h 49 

Queen w. 
Dunn, •lonathan, brewer, h \v s River nr 

Queen. 
Dunn, J. 11., bnleher, 377 Queen \v, h same 
DUNN. JUSTb'S, agent T. J. Dmm k Co., 

res AlriittCottagi', Kingston ro:id. 
Dunn, Mitis Mary Ann, h Oo Victoria. 
Dunn, Miss Olivia, Asst teacher Pliiebe at 

school, h 10 Itobert. 
Dunn, .Mrs. l'.l!en,(widTiniotliy),rK,9t'cntre. 
Dunn, Mrs. Kniily, (wid. Wni. ), washer- 
woman, h 22 Klizabeth. 
Dunn, Mrs. Jane, (wid. Jonathan), h 364 

Queeii w. 
Dunn, Patrick, well sinker, h 05 North Park. 
Dunn, Robert, h (i;< Kinnia. 
DUNN, THOMAS J.. (T. J. Dunn k Co.,) 

res Alnia Cottage, Kingston road. 
DUNN.T. J. k ( o., coniniihNion nierchanta 

nnd dealers in foreign, and donii stic fruits, 

country produce, kv., wholesiile antl retail. 

King n s cor York. 
Dunn, Thonias, laiiorer, h 32 Robinson. 
Dunn, Thos., btacksniith, bds 115 Herkeley, 
Dunn, Wallace, militury student, bds 364 

(^nceii w. 
F)unn, Wni., nhoeniaki r, bds 25 Centre. 
Dunn, Will., bntther, stall No. 1 St. Patrick'^ 

Maiket, Queen w, ll Hlockton. 
Dunn, W., blarksmith, (i. T. IL, h Queen 

w, nr Denison A v. 
Dunne, Jeremiah, storemnn (i.T. If. Quern's 

(Queen's wliaif, b 3SI!» Adelaide. 
Dunning, <'. H., butcher, Id St. I^wrenee 

Arcade, h Yorkville. 
Dunbiji, A., cutter, 21 and 23 King e, bds 

47 Ri( hniond e. 
|)unlop, .lohn, carter, I,*)! Fti/abcth. 
Dunlop, .lohn, laburcr, h r 23 Queen e. 
Diinlop, Martha (\«id Jackson), struw mil- 
liner, h .M Kiiliniond w. 
Dunlop, Mrs. K., boarding bous-, 73 Hay. 
Diinl p, Mrs. Saruh (witl Jacob), laundress, 

h HI Klizabeth. 
Dunlop, Rev. .lohn J., Presbyterian, h 100 

Chnnh. 
DUNl.oP, ROHKRT, fergeant jKdice force, 

bds r 182 Sayer. 
Dunlop. Samuel, larter, h 158 Palace. 
Dunloji. Win., tinaniith, U:t1 ^'oll^;e, h snnie. 
Duiipliey, Martin, ateam litter, h 152 Uiih~ 

mund w. 



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DuiiHiiiiiri', Mm. Margnn-t (wi<l John), wash- 

cru'oiiian, h 5-1 Duiiiidit. 
DIINHI'AIMUI, WM. H, (Duimimugh k 

Wiit«o)i), h » (.'urlti.n. 
Diiiiwomly, Mrs. Murtfnnt (wM Jamrs), h 

1(10 Niiiiilinii Av. 
DUKAND. ('HAS., Imrristor, 1 A.l.lai<lo .•, 

Duiiiiit, .lohii, iiiut'liiiiiHt, h 75 Onturio r. 
Duriiiit, 'riioiiiiiM, iM-wiiif{ n.ni'hiniHt, 7 Wcl- 

liiif(tot) I'. 
Pimiiit, 'I'hniiins, Hliociimkcr, li r 40 [.oiiixn. 
l)iirliiiin, Kicliiinl, IxHit iiiiiki-r .1. Spiirgt-nn, 

h I'iiir. 
])iitliiiiii, Mii^liiii'l, Itoiit iiiul NliopMiuktT, li 

;J8 Victiiiia. 
Duric, .Mc.vainlrr, ttninstrr. It 338 AiIp- 

luiili* w. 
Duric, Chiirlr.'*, rlifcktr (!. W. |{, frf><(ht 

itciiiit., Ii ir>3 Itii'liiiioiiil. 
DKlliK, MKl'T. (Ol,. WM.. .Wt Adj't. 

(!fii. N'oliiiitffix, Ii 10 (icrmid w. 
Diirif Will. , ti.T. II., Ii l.Mt Hiiliinon.l w. 
Durit-, --, rliTk, liiis 1(1 Nelson. 
Durl.T, Ili-riniiiiii, iim<hiiiixt, li '241 CjiiPiii <>. 
Iiurniiii 'riidiiiiis, KiilcRiiiiiii, li.'i King c, li 6'J 

AtUliiiilc w. 
Diirr.iiit, .liilii', niiirliiiiist. Win. Ilainiitnn 

k Son. 
Duiitint, Win., ninrliiiu' opiTuti^'-. Ii 40 

LoiiInii. 
DuiHi'liorilivc, FiodiTirk, luilur, 20 .nl !ali! 

I', Ii huiiic. 
Dnrstciii, Will., inull.ittT, li !'> Wilti-i, 
Diitliii', Itolx-rt, ciMi|MT, l(oii,{ !ii;aat It 'W. !i 

r U60l'«lllrc. 

Duttoii, 'i'lioinafi, |)ortir, M. >V. I.. Suniiifl, h 

rj Tiri'iilcy. 
Dm'iiii, .Mirliael, wmxl nnd ciml nii-rcliniit. 

Front I', h J» SlicrlMiiiriif. 
Dwim, Mii'liiirl, rli-rk, li 1» .Shorlmiinic. 
DWICHT. ll.\l!Vi:V I'., HM|HTiiit.Mid.nl 

.Moiitiii.il Ti'li'gnmli ('uiii|>iiiiy, K.xi'liungi- 

liilgs, h 2:11 .lurviM. 
!)wiiiiiii, (iidigf, liglitlic)ni»<-k<'ojH!r, li 107 

ll.Tk.i.-y. 
iMiiiJiii, Mrx. >!Mrgari't, (witi .hnneN), h 100 

Jierki'li'V. 
Dwyr, .liiini'.'*, ialHiirr, li llOfi .Aildniilr w. 
DwytM, Uaviil, li 28 C'liriHto|ilii-r n 8. 
Dwv:! Tlioiniu, lalMirtT, !i .1U Stanley. 
J)Y\j^. THOMAS W.. (Il.ll (i Co.), IhIh 8'.' 

Mutual. 
«t ■«, Will., rorciiian lii'Ognijiliiit ilc|Mrt' 

!mrtinii>t W, r r|i. . i«tt k <•«>., li 100 

)>y.(-, SaiiiUil, ninri'-r, h :fi Kraini*. 
i/^iir, Sani!ii:l, liiianliiig li toll Aili-Ui<ie <■. 
'>yk»'. Jam 'M, (arjMMi'tT, li TiSSayiT. 
i ';<"!. KI^Mie/ir, cariH-nter, li 77 i'arlU- 

•?i;nf. 
I>)'<^> n, .'< 4U|ili, Ii 20 TRi'uinRoth. 
I •4nn, Ml*. Mary, Iwi.t Itobort), li (^niick- 

«hauk Une. 



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Kngiin, John, IhhiU nn<l HhueM, 170 Vongf, b 

Nanic. 
Kiiglf, Wni., wagon maker, h 34 Mi Mahon. 
Kagliton, Henry, tailo', )i 72 Loniaa. 
Kiu^leton, Henry, f.iier.l. Knslwiwxl & Son, 

ii 07 l.i:lliwi. 

Kiikin.H, Allan). Miginiltnaii grami Junction 

(i. W. K., h Slrii.lmn ave. 
Kales, 'I'., iisMistant titter (i.'I'.W, h (juuou w 

nr I'lti r. 
FjiIcs, Walter, |>ainter, h 172 Yin k. 
F-arlcH, David, litv assessor, St. I'atrick'i 

Ward. 
F.iirls, D.'.viil, peddler, li 41(i ^Hicen w. 
Far/, .lolm, tailor, li 17 Hiituiii. 
Fji-s./U, .lidin, liook-kceiier, 2 \ing e, h 

Carlton. 
FjiHson. ii. F.,ojHTntor MontVi ,«! i'ul. Co., 

Miilual cor t arltoii. 
FjiHt, H. W : uuilirelin and )mi- ,6u', aianufuc- 

to) V, 'il'H Yoii^e, ii Kiu.il . 
K\st KNH IWiKWIlUV Thompson k 

Alien, I !!>!' V 81 lllv I 
KASTT*'MNT<) PKh'V V, Wm. Cop- 

limd pro], I'lirliu'ii ■ ' is, .^ f Kina 
F.iist!i;iiii, ,lai:'.v . ., fortih' to O.T, '.!., h 

l.M N'e.iurley, 
KASTWtlOIV, A I. PHONY. (John Fastwood 

A; Soli), h 10(1 Wincliestrr. 
KASTWIMII?, .JOHN, iKantwoml & So. I, h 

•If I'ine aifl Wiiicliester, 
K TWiioM, .iolIN k SON, drygoiKU ami 

iotliing, 122 and 147 King e. 
Fill lolin, engine driver DT. IC, h r 434 

1,'U. ell w. 

Kliiich, Frank, cigar maker, lids Furcpcan 
Hotel. 

KIdiels, .1. !,., accoiiniiiil i2o Yong' , h 17 
Yonge. 

KIlllS, W., deikCniwii l.iinds Depurtmcnt, 
I'lirlianient Mgs, li 4.'! Walton. 

Kliy, .loHtph F., HuleHiimn lliwliiiid^ Fitch. 

Kcdes, Waltir, liookket per, li I 4y l^ueeli ». 

Kckait, Isaac It., clerk secretary'* depart- 
ment, I'arliament Mgs, lids 208 Cliurth. 

Fdgiir, .luiiies, riiiiteri'r, li 'H\ St. Andrew. 

KiKiAll, .1. !)., (Strong, Kdgiirfc fJrahamn), 
h 112 Merc.i. 

Kdgar. Ilev. .1., I'. M., 105 Mond. 

Kilingtoii, Will., paiiili r, Ii 31, yiieeii w. 

FmNHriMill I.IFF ASSlll{AN('K (OM- 
I'ANV, David Higgiiis ttecretaiy, l!i Wel- 
lington \v, li 24 Oiviiville. 

KdiiviMls, .liimes, h r 21 t^ueen c. 

Kdnioi:dH, l!iL'}iard, hiitdirr, li '200 i'arlw- 
inont. 

KdmundH, F.lisha, hairdriKsing mtloon, 202| 
Yonge, Ii mtine. 

K4lmun<l, John, h Yonge n \ nr toll mtn, 
Yoikvllle. 

F^tlwanl, Cuthfrine, )i 108 Adi l*iile e. 

Kdwardu, JnniM, clctk, l«h 310 Yonge. 



Hlioes, 179 Yoiigf, h 

ikiT, h 34 Mt'Mahnn- 

', )i 72 Lou inn. 

r.l. Knotwoixl k Son, 

ninii gi-unil junction 

tl IIVP. 

•r(i.T.H , hg«cr»w 

li 172Yoik. 

Mi'ssor, St. Patrick*! 

1 41() 'HitM'ii \v. 

' MrituMi. 

•<Ii«'r, '.J. \ing f, li 

• Mont!,'! i-fl. Co.. 

iiii'i !«' trfut .'iiaiiufuc- 

ii.il'. 

IKV Thuniimou k, 

li'iV V, Wm. Cop. 

• >■ «, .-, •'rKina., 
..M(h 1.. fl.T.!!.. h 

>NY; ».Iiilin Kiiiitwood 

••Ktcr. 

(F.UHtwooil k So; I, li 

st.T. 

SOS, ilry go<NlN anil 

Ml- <i.T. K., 11 r 434 

iiiktT, 'nlf. Kun pean 

III i'Jd YonBs h ;17 

I Liiiiils l>r|)>trtii)cnt, 

Walt. .11. 
til ll.'Wiiiii.l k Fitch. 

1 |.tr, ll I -jy l^llri'll ». 

( Hi'.Tctiiry'd di'part- 
<s. I,.1h '.^08 Cliurch. 
, 1 1 JC. St. Andrew. 
:, KilgiirAi CJrulninft), 

10MI..II.I. 

I. h ;M, Viiccn w. 

VSSIIHANCK ( OM- 

iH ^.•^ r.'turv, III Wei- 

villc. 

• lirr, ll "iOfl l*«rU« 

rrh^iiig Mtloon, '19H 

(!■ f V iir toll ghlfi, 

)8 All) laiile a. 
l«h 310 Yong*. 



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Eilwarls H.-nry, wooil carver, h 3S2 Torau- I Elliott, Humphrey, boarding-house, h 16 

luy. Kicliiuoiul e. 

Edw-iriln, John, pluinlnr J. Uitihic, InU '20;> Klliutt, .lainefl, {MinMioiier, hl45(Vntri>. 

Yonw. F.ili.itt, Joiiii, marl)le-worki'i, ii r 154Ccntr,,. 

RdwarJi, Jolin, tail.tr ii Kin,'!;f, IkU I'latt'.> Klliott, Juliii, porter ClurlcM Munre & <Jo., 

ll'>t.'l. ' ll Syilciiiiaiii, Yoric>'illc. 
KDWAIinS, .1011 X, pninT liiiii.i,'iii;{ and Klliott, John, amldler, 8 Krancii. h (52 Kionf. 

Ntitioiiery, W Yon^e, h 47 Isiliollu. Klliott,.!., jtortor, li iisSyd iiliuiii, YoikvilU. 

Kdw.ir.U, .l.)'ic|ili, Hii.ip mill c.iiidl.- m.iiiiifiH'- h!!i-.U, }iiim Margaret, nvti. tdniier (lirlt' 

tui'ur, h !)| ('ir.iliiiH. \ Dept., .loliii street s'liuol, li 121 Vi.ttoria. 
FMw.ii'iIh, TiDiiiii, hiitihcr, h 4iV.I Kiiige. F.llioit, Mi.'i. Mary, (wid), i. ti:) Victoria. 

FDWAItDS, \V., ac>.Hiiitant aii.l liliiariuii, Klliott, Mrs. M., (wi.l), t> - in? S::iii;ic!i. 

IJoinl of Agiiciiltuif, railiaiiiciit bigs. It Klliott, I'atiick, \, .th .1. W. Dairy & Son, 

3U> Villi','.'. ll 143 Biifch. 

Ki,Mii, Mr.-i. IJri.l'^'.'t, (wi.h, h 4rt Albi-it. Klliott, Robert, labon-r (ia.'« Office, h Su- 

K;,'aii, K Iwin, iiiailiiiiist (!. T. It., bds 340 macli n t^uecn. 

Little Ki Inn. III. I. Klliott, T. \V., grain nii'rchn.it, li 52 Ocorgu. 

Ki{iii, Fi'.l.'ii.k, iiiacliinist «i. T. 11., Ii ;i4t) Klliott, Wm.. Ii 228, Victoria. 

I.ittl.- Iti.'liiii iii.l. KllioU Wni., |N.iiiti-r an.l gliizi.r, 1! Cruick' 

Kgaii, Mi-H. .Mary, hii.-kiti'r, h r 83 Stanley. .sliaiiK, li Y.mg.', ojipoiiite .Mcxaiuler. 

Kgan, Ni'liiiliH,' employee N. 11. ('., h 153 , Klliott W. M,, M. A., .stii.leut-atlnw M.:- 

'recuiliHi'tll, j Kelizie k I'llttciHoll, h 19 Toronto. 

Kgiii, I'litii.'k, ci>.i|)cr. ll 8.1 (J 'orge. j KLLIOTT, W., jiaiiilir, I'viCMT, . l-jr ii 

Kgui, K.l.vard, litter (!. T. It., h Adelaide | an. 1 house de.-.irut.ir, cor ('ruie!<s)iaii!: and 

iir llrock. Vi.'toria. 

Kid, hull. Aiiumte, ciffir manufacturer C ' Kl'.i.i. Alfred II., tr.ivdl it. .MiiPliaii, li 

I*. K'i.l k ('.I., h 44 N.'Udii w. | Seat.iii. 

Kiid, .Mrs Mary .1., (wi.l Win.), clothing ! Kliis, iJeorge, iipIiol.steriM-, 2.'i3 Yoii^te, !• '? ' 

br.ik.'r, (IS t^ue.'ii \v, h same. I same. 

Kl.lcr, Aii'lii'w, birlicr, b'U 8 Fiancjs. i KllLs, Henry, '.iil.'Ii.'r, li •^3 Dm. 
Kl.ler, K.lw.ki'd, wiiitur Aiii.'ri'aii Hotel, ll Kllis, li. II., .'leik .lamiM l''r:ii;ei', li n .s ('r.'i - 

100 A;{ncM. vcii.ir iir Siin-.-y I'lu.'c. 

Killer, .I.jIiii, ir[H!nl.'r, h 112 P.irlia nt. KUi.s, .Mrs. II I'ln ill, (wl I l.tliii) It 2ii Uciifruv,. 

Klla'olt, (ieoi'4', sliK.'iiiik -r 20 Siiut.'r, h < KIlii, .Iiiukm, liieinaii < I". It., I'l. Puter nr 

saiiii'. i K'l'n'' 
KIIoiii.iihk;'', MiM. Cathcriiii', chamber doaii- KUI.'h, .lumcs, hilMir. ■ < 73 Pet.-r. 

cr, h ;i.l (iiur ll. KLLIS, .1. KKWI.N uius K. KIIIh k Co.), 

Kllerby, Peter, b n.k-l.iii.l.-r 17 itii.l ID King . h 23 \Viiiilif«t.i 

e. h' 7ii Magill. j Kllis, .lam •.<, lui.u, . ,. 132 T.'raul.-y. 

KLLKKIIV, KKV. TlloMAS, assistant I KLLLS. JAM hlS I '. CO,, (.him.'S K. KMi.s, 

minister St. (!i")rg.!'s Cliiir.li, h 242 Iti.li- j M. T. Ciin Ai .' Iwin Kllis, jr.), w.iteli- 

ntiin.l vv. ^ ] niikcr.s and je» il'.'iM, 43 King e. 

Kllin^sw.nth, Wm,, hail keeper M.-.JianiiV KLLIS, .lAMr: ■ I., SKX.. (.lam.'.s K. KlHs 

liislitiitc. fcC...), h 23 ill hi'ster. 

KLLlor, tJKOlKJK L., sur^.ton dentist 31 Kllis, .li.lin, bru.< iMiisher, O.") l/iieen w. 

Kinir e, ll Millie. Kllis, .loliii. fariii.'r, li 131) Centre. 

KLLIOT, .lOIIN, .lerk County C.mncil, KLLIS, JOHN K., Astt. K.litor Cinwiii 

ll .12 (ierrai.l. I Fiinii-r, h (lr..iveiior, bet Yongu and 

KLLIOT, J. W., D.Mitist. 43 k 45 , Surr.y I'ln..-. 

Kill',' w, ll siiiin'. I Kill*, J.iliii, .liirvintii, ll II M.Iainosnr Yonge, 

KLLIol", HOIIKUT W., (Lyman. Klliot & i V.nkvill.-. 

C.i. ). ll .s:. SliutiT. , Kllis, P.itriil;, n:.t\v. buyer, 21/ King.', IhU 

KLLIOT, W.M., (Lym:in, Klli.it & Co. ), h j Mis. lliili^an's, King e. 

Peiiilii'.ik.. I Klliv, H.bi'rt, .'I'll. ' 33 Maitlaiid. 

Klliott. Mri. M.iry, bur.liiig hmi.s.' 110 , Kllis, I!. Y., priiitt i (i w h Seiit.ni, b t (Jor- 

Iti.'limoii.l e. I r.ir.l and C.irll.in. 

Klliott, Patrick, laborer, h 114 ll.'e.h. I Kllis, Wm., h 2ii7 ItlNh.ip. 

Klli.itl, AI.'X., keep.-r L.inati- A,syluiii, ImI.s i Kllis, Wm., gaiiteiiei', Clint. 



laine. 



Klliott, >»ivit|. turner (1. T. 11. IkI.s Van 

l.'v nr yii.'cn. 
Kllioti, Xrcdert.k 



au- 



Vi.t.nir 
Kliistt, (ieor^A, 



arria^o luiildMr, InU 22S 
laborer, k r 6.1 lliuoheM. 



Kills, Will., railway [KirL-r, 78 I^uiiM. 

Kllis, Wm, farm.;r, 10(1 K.lward, 

Kliis, Win., primer, luU w « .Soatou, I at 

tl-rrard ,iiid i'.irllon. 
KIIisoji,J.l>.,biakemaiitJ.T.U jMU410Tffrk. 
KUtaoi), Wm., cur^MMitur, h 14 Sheppwd. 



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RIIm, Uobrrt, turner, bda 8 Jamct n s. 

KIwocmI, Joliii, hatter, h 6 llogi-rman. 

Klin T., brit'klayer, rolling niilla, h Quren e. 

KlinHli^y, Mra. Charlottf, h 200 Church. 

Kltuslcy Uiiiiigtua, (Kvaiia, Klnisl«y k Co., 
and CoH^ravR kCo., W eat Torontu Drew- 
fry), h tiOOChurrh. 

Klawortii, (iiMirKc, liihorcr, h HII ('hun-h. 

KlviiiN, Audriw, t utter, h IHi Sayer. 

KmcrNiii, Juuieii, atTund-hund atore, 210 

?^nieiy, Andrew J. moulder, h St. I'atrii^k'a 

Hi|uare. 
KuK^ry, CitutTiii; li\iiidcr, Mutnul, h aame. 
Euicry, JoliM, clerk, Mh 51 Ourriaon. 
Kiiit'iy, .'(MW'iili, liutclitr, li fit (jurriaoii. 
Kuitrv, kirn. ThiMiua, h 2f5J Quern v;. 
KMKkY, HOIlKUr, Ml).. druKgi»t and 

>'hf.iiii.st, <i'J Quii n w, hMtinc. 
FMKiKATluN (»KFICK, John A. Donald- 

fcvij, «Kt-iit, H Kr»ut c. 
Kuiiu«.il, Janii'8, Uhnnr, u CO lioultnn. 
Fiiu.ry, JoHt'iih. ^.McBrido iCo.), h ftl (Jar- 

ri")ii. 
Ktiifland, 'ohn, laborer, h 53 Univeraity. 
Kiigleaev, 'lioniiw, < arjH-utei, h 102 Atfnea. 
EN«JI,1SIJ. rAI.Lli K... M.A.. U.li.. 

(Kn)jliali& FoHtfi/, and (>r<'t.idriit anil tuau- 

imiuf,' il»i«<:t«r, 'I'orout't St.n-. t lUiUay 

Coniimnv, Ontario Hall, b 2 ymt-n .«• I'ark. 
EN(;LISI( k KdSTKI'. iC. K. Engliali, 

H.A., an>l Wni. A. '"oatar Ll..h.), bar- 

iiHtera, Ont. T' ) Hull. 
KN(;LIHIi C!!<U' IIOIISK ANI» «;1TY 

lilCSTvUUANT, M. A. Thonma jrop, 30 

King w, h IU2 ISimd. 
I'jigliali, Michael, )Mik<r, h 204 B-ithurat. 
Knriglit, l>i ,,xA, iub< rtT, h lU Kenin-w 
Enri){ht, Dinnia, tcanihter ^i. li. Wyatt, h 

Ontario wliarf 
Ki; iglit, Mra. .Sitrah, (will Thomaa), waaln-r- 

witniiin, li r :>.') Dul-Iicmm. 
Knri^lil, I'litiick, jiilionr, )i f>o K<>nd. 
Knrigiit, Thunww, hiborin, h PuUi-c. 
K|>|iH, .lohu, purler, li i:i8 Akih-h. 
EQIM, I.., gni'i't, 2Ua and -.'eri VonK<-, h 

aanii'. 
Krakinc, Jnlui, clerk Itoyul Inauranec io., h 

77 'r.-ra-il-y. 
ErvmMl, Siinenn, furniture dialer, 61 (Jmen 

w, h Kline, 
Eaten, Mra. Ann K. (wid J ('. 1*.), Ii 140 

HiHuiinii Av. 
Eaten, ■'. Iluki-hina<in (Whitley k h^ten), 

h e a \' .mauley, n mr St l'nlri< k. 
Katreaa, / , waiter, Auiericuu Motel, txla 

name. 
Klh riiigton, .(ohn, |K»rtj r <i. T. I{. fr. ight 

deji<it, h II.') Trinity S<|iiiir< 
ETNA Kil{EA.\l>.MAl{IM. S.SUUANH^K 

'■OMJ'ANY, W,i,. H ndviaon agent, 

KiiiK n w cor Vonf^e. 
EUUOI'K.^N K.XrUKSH CO., U. U. Iriah, 

agent, 07 Yutig>. 



European Hotel, Jacob Schaefcr, prop, York, 

cor lioulton. 
Kvana, Alex., ahoemnker, 18 F.lizaheth. 
EVANS, EI-MSI,EY k CO. (Edwyn Kvana 

and lit niigiuN Klinali y), eominiaaion misr- 

chnntH, 15 Wellingtun e. 
EVANS. KDWYN (Kvana, Elmaley t Co.), 

ImIh Quien'a Hotel. 
Kvana, Miaa Kliuilx'th, h 22 .'tgnca, 
I'lvuiiH, (ii(>., painter, Market w, h Ade- 

laid).-. 
KvuiiH, (Jeorge, h 79 Ktra.han. 
Kvniiii, (teoige, tiiiHinilli, 417 Queen w, h 

Ktruelian. 
Kvana, (irorgc, h 18 Wcllinglon I'lace. 
KvaiiH, U.urge, marble polLilnr at 1704 

Yongc. 
EVANS, (!. M. (Barrett k Kvana), h 68 

Church. 
EVANS, JOHN, chrk Water Worka, h 277 
^ Chun h, 
EvaiiK, •lolin, junr., commercial traveller, h 

;{«:. cimirii. 

Evaiia, .1. 11. W., accountant li.A. liiauraneo 

C.I., Ii lil Suili'ii. 
EVANS, J. ICK. I'KOr. CITY LAHDER, 

I'liHt Ollice italic. Ii aauic. 
Kvana, I'eter, laborer l>. Crawford k Vo., h 

5i Caroline. 
Kvaiih, I'rtcr, laborer, b 7^ ('undine. 
KVANS, SIMoN, movisioiiH. ^J) and 31, 

St. l/.twrelice MalKet, b :i Seuton. 
Evany, 'Iho.ua.i, curler, b 10.1 Snyer. 
Kvana, \Sni., aailoi, h 70 KIni w 
Kvileigli, Wni . gardener, b w a (.'ollege, 

Yoikv.ll-. 
Evana, Wni O. . clerk, bda 51 Uiehniond 

eiiHt . 
Evans. \V. U,, clerk 15. A. Ina. Co., bda 24 

Sultan. 
Everell, Joaeph ('., bookkeeper, b SI Ed- 

waid. 
KVKS, .lAMKS. Hoda water manufacturer 

lor Y(<nge. Ii Hanie, 
F'\oy, .luiocH, laborer, ll Ka«l. 
Kvoy, .lolin, laborer, h IJl* Tecnniactli. 
Kvoy, Matthew, tiiilor. b I! Kllioll I'laee. 
Kw; II, I'eter, Kuleaiiiail '2\'2 Yonge. 
KWAKT, (.Kolit;!-;, ^K. M. Carrntbera k 

Co.), ll fitli ll II a illipor e. Yorkville. 
Ewait, .lohii S., atiident lit law 22 King p. 
Kwarl, Mrs. tatbdine, (wid Thoa) 28 OuiU 

cchler. 

Kwing, Vrs. June, (wid ■Inniea), h 15 .lamea. 
Kwiiig, .'otiii, jiiihcr, ll '.^(14 l.iiinley. 
Kwiiig, Itenjnriiiii, tailor :IH;| Yonge. 
Kwing, Mrs. .laiic, li LOilaincH. 
KWINO, ItoliKItT I), pb'itograpbic artiil 

IMi King w. ll iVI'J Yonge. 
KYi''..^ KAK )>ISl'i;NS.\|{Y. IloMlnugU k 

Iteevi', cor Cliniili and t/ueen 
KXt'llANCI.I l'll.l>INCS,:t4Wellingtune, 

in I tjcutt ulid Cluucli {Huts advl.) 
Executive Council otliee, King w ni SImcoc 






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TORONTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



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SchoefiT, prop, York, 



k, \»h [>\ liichinond 
I. A. liiH. Co., \4a'ii 
wkki'opcr, h 3 J Kd- 
. wiifrr iiianufrtoturer 

1 1 I'.llNl. 

I 1 '.'.I TfciiinHctli. 
, h :! Kllioli l'la<;o. 

(K. M. ( ■limit luTS ft 
iio!' f, Yoikville. 
lit lit Ihw '2'J King e. 
, (wi<l Th(m) 'IH dtou 

(\ .Innirg), li ir* .lames. 

I W^ l.\iinliy. 

(ir lisa V'liiigf. 

If) . I unit's, 

> , |>li<>t(>Kra|ilii<: •rtUi 

Vitiivi«. 

V'SAHV. HoMluHgh k 

mil yufCli 

lNi!S,:t4\Vclliiigiune, 

h {Hw uitvt.) 

lice, KiiiR w ni Simoor. 



F«gi*n, Patriok, InliorsT, Is 15 Maria. 
Fahey, M., hihonr KoUiiiR MilU, h Ka''.. 
Vaht'.y, TboinoM Hiinry, njiltiitniaii 97 King e, 

IkIa 73 Kii'liniouil w. 
Fttliiiy, VVm , l>iii>k-ki.>o]N'r John Miicdoniilil ft 

Co., h ISJD John. 
Fuhrnhai'h, John, ha.ski-t mnkcr, h 127 Agni>fi. 
Faint, Jolm, artist, Ma '21 Juiin-.s. 
Ff'r, J. J., cabinut tnakfr, Mh 31 Tcmiwr- 

ik'.'.CIt. 

Fiiirhaim, Itichanl, hoih>r-m:iker, li .1 Church. 
FairhaiiUs, Jufin'.s, ciiKiniMT, li Ii7-. (,)ii('<'n «•. 
Fairl)Uik4, Patrick, teamster, !i ISi I'etrr. 
FAIHl'.ANKS'SCAl.K A(!KN<:Y, 1»:{ Hiiig 

W, A. K. IJooiiicr a;4ciit. 
Fftirlmiiii, J., (ilt.T, (J.T. II. 
FAlilCI.OTll. (!I;()IC(;K S.. (tJ. S. IVir- 

cloth & Son), 171 ii H rkcley. 
FAIi!il<nrU, (!K()l!(iK S. ft HON, «lgn 

ami hoiHc imiiitciM iiiiil giu/ic!), \'i A<tu- 

lai.li-c. h 171 ilcrk'-h-y. 
FAIUCI.OTII. JollS, ((!. S. Kiiirdoth ft 

.S..n). hil.M 171 B.Mkflcy. 
Fairdulh, Henry, |iiiintiT, h r»IJ McMahon. 
Fuinlotli, .1. M., iiaiiitcr, Inl.sl71 Herkelcy. 
Kair'lotli, Itichiiril, ch-rk, ill Kin;; <•, liiia 

IMchinond, cor Victoria. 
FaiMioM, Allred, j^rocr, h '2 Ivlwiinl. 
Kuirliclil, AllVel K., grocery, .'llsj Yongr, h 

xanie. 
FAIKKIKIil), HKNIIY IJ., jiroji I'.mntain 

r«8tiiiirant anil liiili.ii'il room, (lU King<% h 

name. 
FairliiMil, Koliert, |iorter. 
Falconliriilcc, \V. (J., 

UniverHJiv collegii. 
Falconer, Harvey, <:lerk <'.)lonial Hccurilie.s 

</'oMi|trtiiy, h tis Wood. 
Fatcn, K I ward, .shocin ikir, It 1 i:' Kli/abcth. 
b'alcii, Mii'hael, \vheeiwii;^lil, li (LI I'liivi-r- 

Hily. 
Falkiner, Henry K., clerk I'. O., h '.i'\ AgnoH. 
Fallen, James, I ihoritr, r h l'2'l IJerkehiy. 
Fallen, M.irlin, iiliorcr, 'J.'i Anders im'.h l/me. 
Fallon, .'lohn, litlioier ilnck, li I:t2 Nnniach. 
Fallon, N^iirliii, I .Imi'-r, li'27<'io.ss Lane. 
Falls, Mis. Margiret, (wid Janicfi), seani- 

Hlro.ss, h 47 I'arlinnienl 
Faniirher, 'I'lioinas, w \\ limukir, 178 Kinge 
FAIllKV, AllTHUH. grncrien, .;nM!k«ry, 

ttU'i hardware, 'J'.M Uiieim «. h .si'n\ 
Farley, James, liulldm', ror Jarvi* and 

Shnter 
Farlity, John, earpentcr, h 117 MeMalion. 
fiirley, Patrick, tailor, h iront u. loot of 

HimciM'. 
Farhiy, KolM'rt, druK','ist, h 'M McMahon. 
Farley, Will., iniilci, )i ID Kinge. 
Farley, Win , laborer, 1 Trinity. 
Fanner, Mrx. Jane, dre.s.sinaker, 16 Adiduidu 

I!, h miiue. 
Karinary, Charloa, «hocm:tki!r. It 97 Alico. 



h 7-2 Kli/lbelh. 
law .student, bds 



Farr, John, brewer, h 620 Queen w. 

Farr, John, h 05 iinultnn. 

Farrall, Jaine*, nlaater^r, h 40 Agues. 

FarraniMS J. Smith, (l.T.R. 

Farrant, John, stationer, 283 Vongo, h 

name. 
Farraw, Wm., fruit store, Yonge at, York- 

villi', h miinr. 
Farrel, Patrick, laborer, li 8 Central liiine. 
Farrell, Kdwanl, laborer, '201 (Vntre. 
Farrell, Daniel, h 505 Little Kichmond. 
Farrell, .Iiinics, h •20H Hiiycr. 
Farrell, .lo.'iii, ^ritittir Lender OlFico, h 95 

iioiiltoii. 
Farrell ,Iohn, flour factor, h 8 Kliziibcth. 
Karrcll, .lolm, laborer, li r H Douro. 
Fiirri'll, .liiMc|>li, laborer, h t! Hiigeriniin. 
Farrell, .Michael, stove niounter, h 110 Car- 
oline. 
Furrell, Michaid, laborer, )i I1'2 South 

Park. 
Farrell, "i i nr., employee Uolling Mills, 

b»lH n ,-. ii\.\\ Park. 
Farr.'', .Mi.s. Kridget, (wid Patrick), h 41 

Siicrbourne, 
Farrell, Kobi rt, bin«li milker, li 1.'i'2 Peetdi. 
Farrell, Stew, .it, brakem.iii N. li. ('., bds 

lis Spadini Av.-. 
Farrell, .S. W., coinmiHsion merchant, 78 

Front e, h H8 Shuter. 
Farrell, 'riiomas, clerk Toronto Slreut U. II. 

h 1 l.H Spadina Ave. 
Karries, .lohn, laborer, h l'2Scaton. 
Farringlon, J. I)., book-kecjM-r !io4ain 

Hou.se, bds H:iine. 

Kannihar, Henry J., Hhoeinuker, IkIs 137 

Tciauley. 
ianpilrir, Mrs., (wid Ales.), h 100 Dal- 

hiMisie. 
Kanpiliar, Win., stom; cutter, h 72 Caro- 
lina. 
l''ar(|uhar.son, .lanii-s, tailor, h l7iJQuet>nw, 

h Haine. 
Fnninlmr.son, Peter, groc'r, and carpenter ut 

S'liith's, ji I'.H AdelaidiMv. 
FAI'lillVF.I!, M. It, gr.>ccrics and jiro- 

vi.sjoiis, :!I2 Yoir.,'1 i sajiic, 
KAIMdvNFdf, (;|;<»U.;K (W, Faulkner & 

C,,. ), h l,H,H(;e..r;je. 
Faulkner, Mrs. Christina (wid Heorge) h (10 

Uichnioml w. 
FAUI.KNKU, W. (W. F.inlkiir ft Co.), h 

l.S.S (icorge. 
FAUI,KNFd{, \V. ft CM. (W. ami (i.-orgo 

Faulkner), shoe inaniilactiirerM, 3 King w. 
FawkeaS., undi-rlaker, '2ilO Yoiigc, h .same. 
Fe.irnlev, (Icorge, pliislerer, lJ>i! Centre. 
Fee, .lohn, grocer ami liipior munihant, 437 

King e, li same. 
Fi!i!, .Iciseph, groceritis, wines and liquors, 

4.51 King e, h name. 
Fee. Ln.-a.s (Thos. Wiulleld ft Co.), lals 451 

King e. 
Fo.-, Mrs. Ann (wid Patrick), 36 Charles. 



230 



C. K. ANDERSON & CO. 8 



Ffed, Tlios. , telegraph oporatcr, n-iOrniigp- 

ville. 
Feehun, Mrs. Charlotte, boardiiig-houM*, h 

17 Ui( hninml c. 
Feclipy, .laiiH'i, lulmror, 81 Duiiimm r. 
Fehl, John, Itafikctiniikir, li iioitli of tull- 

giifc, Voikville. 
Fegnn, I'litiii'k, Inliorcr, h 15 Minia. 
Frihl, Joliii, diiv.T)!. W. K., h i of nIioji. 
Feildc, .Iaiii«s F., first toller Ontario Hunk, 

h (' H (Iwvniie, Yorkvillc. 
Feiiitui'li, Mnri'us wntclifN, <.'l>i('kHnn<l jewel- 
lery, 129 Kiti>{ I', li Nuiiie. 
Fell, Diiviil, jmiiitii', r T.'l (lerrnnl. 
Fell, Friilirifk, < [M'sitor, 17niiii lU King 

e, h N H Cliiirlcs, liet Cliiiii'li nnil Yonj^c. 
Keiin, .Idliii, Rlioctnnker, hiU Hfi Uiiiveuity. 
FVnneli, Alfnd, engine-»lriv( r N. U. ('., h 

'J« Miirkct w. 
Fennell, Mii'linel, eiigiiirinan N. It. ('. 
Fennell, Tli(>iiia.s (ieorge. stiulent nt luw. 4 

Dntnrio Hull, li '.^:il Front. 
Kenner, .1. W. k (>'. (.1. W. Fen tier & Co.), 

)ili(it(igrii|ili giillery, 1 1(5 Voiige. 
Femiey, Henry, hi cilHiniin, h 'JU Collionie. 
Feiiney, Tlioinnx, h H Virtniia. 
FeiiHom, .'cs.se, niarliinJHt, h "JJd 'reiiillley. 
Fensdiii, .loliii, niiieliini.st, li 7ti Trrmilev. 
FKNTON, KKKI>KmcK,(.Mori.liv, Sullivan 

;• Feiiton), h 121 St. I'atrirk. 
h\ iwiek, MiH. Alinon (wiil Ai^tlrev), h 4^ 

'ri'iiniley, 
I'Vnwick Mis. Aliio (wi.l William), li l.l'J 

Teranlfv. 
Feiiwii'k, Mrs. (wiili, h Til Virlmia. 
Tcnwiik, W., (iiri'eHler lluike'h mihIi ami 

iloiir lai'loiy, mr li'irlmionil ainl Slie|i|>ar<l. 
Ker^fusun, Kdwjiiil, lilonr, li 2(17 i'lulianient. 
Ferj^iton, .lolin, cjrrk, li tu W'lillun. 
Fei>{usi Iiise|iii li,, law ntutlciil, Mn 15:{ 

Clinirh. 
KKltcrsoN, IIKNHV, (I)uflln& IVrgusonl, 

h Hi^'h. 
reiffusdii, lltury, utoneiutter, h l!l(l llleli 

nioiitl \v. 
TerxuHon, Hcnrv, Miil-niaker, li *S2 UetiiHon 

Av.'. 
KKkwrsoN, ItKV. MiCHAF.L. piofeHHor 

SI. MichairH College, St. .Iusi|ili. 
FergU>i!.ll, Mis.s Marpilt't, head niistre.<).s 

;X'rrsdeiit .lohn fit. Srlmol, li 2<iti <..lneen w. 
re'.gnsiin, Koticrt. eariicnter 0. T. 1{., h 4!)1 

Mttl<- Itiehninnd. 
Fer;0>'""<. l.'olicrt, for«'nmn eorile|it(i. T. H., 

h I'ortlaiitl. 
Fertoison, Koht., tailor 18 Adelaide w, h Barne. 
FertciiNon, Itoliert, lahnter, li ^5^) Kiiige. 
KKUCrsoN, TIKl.MAS. (I'dain, FergUM.n 

k I'arkinNon), h 15;i Chi. li. 
Fer!n«iiaj,'!i Inn, .lai.ies Cu, art, proji, '>M\ 

lihieer: w. 
Ferns, .hMiies, Inliorer, l,i 2fl M'tiison Ave. 
Ferratt, F., clerk, hd.s 27 Adi i ii|« w. 
Ferrier, Amos 11., teaehir, bd8 4.S Kli/i.l>eth. 



FerriH, (Jrorj^e, Kaleainan, h 10 Penison Ave 
FerriH, John, ueighuiaii W. Adamtoii, h 

12 Seaton. 
Firry, Thonnw, groeeries and proviaiona 114 

Huchesfi, h lume. 
Fi'litmr, Mrx. Cutheiine, (wid Henjaniin), 

hi Tpruuley. 
Fii'htuer, John J., gardener, h 48 .lainea e. 
Fiehl, lienj.iinin, tailor, h r .1(5 Sayi r. 
Field, Charles, titter, h 04 (Inbirio e. 
Field, (ieorge, larpeiifer, ImN liritinh Hotel. 
Fielda CeoiK", teain.ster, h 108 Parliament. 
I'ield, If., i-ariienti-r Itinke'fi K:iHh and door 

factory cur Iticlmiond and Shepji-ird. 
Fieldfi, .laiiieM, tidier dntuiin Kunk, lida 

(iwvniie lict lUoor and JamcN. 
Fii'ld, Kii hard, caliinet-niakei', h lid Houl- 

ton. 
Field, llohert, suleKiiiaii f>. k J. W, Cox k 

Co., IhIh same. 
Finch, Cl.arlea S., hook keiper King i*, h 

Kanie. 
I-INCII, FllKDKHICK. law stntioner and 

litho^'riiphcr, 44 Church, h 47 Shetliiuiriiv. 
Finch, .lohn, laiiientcr, h M Cniveniity. 
Kiiich, liichiird, li.lMinr, h V'd Centri'. 
FINCH. WIM.IA.M .s., Merchnnt Tailor, 

HryC'KiiU and clothing', KiiiKe, h Mime. 
Finder, Charlin, shoeniaker, ImIh ;t(I Albert. 
Kiiidlay, .'aniex, Win. Haiuillon k Son. 
Finilhy, Win., mdesman, lula .'< Maitlunil. 
Finley, I'.iheit, Khociiiakcr, li dak, 
l''iiilcy. Will., clerk Niiif.'aiu Hoii.se, ixlsaame. 
Finlev, Mt'H. Kacliel (wid Joshua), taiiormii, 

h ti.' F.li/alieth. 
Finn, I'dwaid, pinter N. 1!. C. , h Hope, 
linn, (iior^'e, uaiehouKemaii, IxU Clifton 

Hon ,e. 
linn, .'aiiiiH, lahorer, li 4 Croiw l.ane. 
Finn, .lamcH, lalxnci, h 4 Anderxon's Lane. 
Finn, .lames, hilion r J. k S. C. Scoville, h 

Henirew. 
Finn, .'nineN, MaekNinilh, h 4 Cnma I.ane. 
linn, .Inhn, lalmr. r, h 1 ID riiie y 
Finn, .lohn, carter, h i:l| little Front. 
Finn, .Mih Itiid^el, h w n Hope, livt Itubin- 

»on and Ciiiiway, 
ilN.V, W.\l., j,'roceraiid provixioii Jiwlor, 

470 (,>lieen V,', h Hallie. 
Finn, Win., lalmier, hds r 1(>1 Centre. 
Finn. 11, Michael, engine-driver N. H. ('., h 

2(1 Market w. 
I'innig.m, J., ]iaiiiter (!. 'I'. 11. 
Fiiiiiij;aii, Mrs. .Mary, h r i;U<,liieen w. 
Finnipin, Mim. Kink (wid Jainek), he* 

.lohn, liet VS'ellinptoii an. I King. 
I'innigan, rhilip, lahorer. h 112 St. Patrick 
i'inni^^an, P., har-tciidcr KoMkiti lltuixe, ltd* 

Hanie. 
I'inucane, Daniel, porter 21 niul 2U King e, 

h ^'.» Adelaide w 
FIHF.MANS HALL, Temp, nuice ,-.„■ jluy. 
FirstI r'.Kik, ThoiiiaH, eariicnter, hds 11& 

l)ul:c. 



TORONTO CITY DIUFXTOUY. 



231 



iiiid |ii-<>viNioii dmlor, 



i>r 'Jl niul 'iU KiitK e, 



Finitbrook, >l<Mic|ih, rarpnU-r, 1k1« 1151 >uk^. | 
FIltSTHKOOK. WM., (Kii^tl.rook k Hml), | 

ri'ii Acton, (lilt 
FllKriUMHdi k IIKKI). (Will. FiiHtl.rcH.k 
k W. Hii'iD.iHriHiitcrs At joiiurs, 'J«56 Kiii>? < 
Firtli, Tliiiiiiiw, hlsociimkiT, li SI AKiirM. 
FiM:hfr, Max., |iiiiiiu t°uit«' tiiiici-, l.'i KiiiK*', 

IxIh Hct;;' lioli-l. 
FISH MAKKKT. r.x|.l(inn.l<>, foot Fr.Ml.-ii.k. 
FISIIKK, AI.KX., iiiuiiiis"'!' Oiititrio liunk, 

li St(»tt for Wellington. i 

FUlur, Artlmr, (KiHlicr A; ItoliiiiHon), ImU 14 ' 

Frami* | 

FiHiivr, CliiirlcH, wi'i^jlitniiHti-r huiI iiinrkfl i 

inHp itor, h 'il Tcranli-y. 1 

Fishc-r, Kiv Itiiik, <alihu-t innkcr, li r 180 

HayiT. 
Fialicr, (iioi'^c, li 7 Muitliinil. 
FIhIioi', J. L. , coMiiiicicial tiiivclU'i', IhI.s 

lila.'k lloisr Hotel. I 

FiHiier, .Mix. ^M., w .wlierwoimiii, li ;t67 | 

Adeliiiil- \v. I 

FifliPi', T. W., limtk-kepjior Mllloy ^ Co., Ii 

:io7 Kiii,:< w. ! 

Fisiier, 'riioiiiaa W., clerk, Ms .109 Kiiit( »'. | 
Fiitlicr k UciliiiiHoii, (Artliiir Fisher ami Win. 

UiiliiiiHoii), cunl wiiterit, .V nI^ii |i.iiiitt'i'H, 

li IJ Kraiiii.t. I 

FI.SKKN. .lOIIN, (.lolin I'isken k (NO, 

res Law toll I'lirk, Y<iiij(c. 
FI.SKKN', .KHIN k CO., (.lolm Fisken ami 

Tlioiiia.s (tonloii), idi k oil and coiiuiiission 

inercliaiits, 1,5 Wel!iiif{toii. 
FITCH. .1. ('.. (Il"wlaiidJt Fitch), h Wykc 

hoill l.oil;^-. He cor Yoi|;.{e alld ('olle;((' Av. 
Fitchcl, II. It. F., jioil; pHckel-, ImI.s Clifton 

llollHe. 
Fittcii, I.., on.^ineei (1. T. It., h .Spadina Av 

iirHt. Patrick. 
FlTriNCKU, II., M<( (1IM> *:((». niinn- 

|'.»i IniiM.s ot viiiej^iiii, whJNkey, ln-er, kc, 

l,e»iievllle. ^See advertiHeiin'iit>. 
FITZC.FUAI.n. Kl»\VAI<l>, MA.. I.I..II., 

\C»incion, SIrMirhael, Fitziji'iald k IIoh- 

V\\\\, \\ )i\\ Itloor. 
FU»H>'iail, .loliii, Crocer, H7 Fine e, lor 

North I'<nk, h );atiic. 
Fit)!;{tMaM, .lolin, Nlioi!iii:i!(cr, h ^7 I'inc. 
Fit/gerald, .lolm, hlacksiiiith, h tHCJiuTii w. 
Kitz^er.ild, .lohii, tailor, h Ni*Knrn. 
Fitzj{er.ild, Mn., HcuiutivMH, '■^Im 74Teraiiley. 
Fitz;{errld, Mm. A^.(iieH, iwid CliarlcH), li 

IK-IUN'lll .\v. 

FiUK<-raUl, Urk. Flh-u, (ui>l Jdin), h .'xlU 

Yoilf^c. 

FiCctp'rald, .Mi-M. Kate, (wid .lolin), uaslu'i' 

woiii.iii.'h n I ltd .larviH, 
Fitgcrald, Uichud, lilHtnr, h 'Jt» Staiili'V. 
Fitz^or.iM, Uii'hai'l, Hawyer, lti«i Centre 
Fitzgerald. Uichard, Mhocmuker, ;iO;i Cjuveii 

W, h .'fl Wel|ill;rto|i I'Uce. 
Fit/Gerald, Win. M. A., law xtlldciit, IhIh 

Toronto I'liiversity. 
Fitzxihhou, .Uiii.'K, nu'dicul iitmleut, IkU .').'< 



Kiehmniid •«. 

FitZ)(ililioii, Mm., h Dundiui nr DoverCourt. 
Fitz)(ihlioiiH, MiH. Mary Ann, (wid Franciii, 

wiuherwoinan, h 'J31 r Snyor. 
FITZHKNKY. W. T., (Fitzheniy It o'Don- 

ohoe), h (tl l.ittle Front. 
FITZHK.NItY k ODONdHdK, (W. T. 

Fitzheniy .V Martin 0'I>oii<diocl, diNtillem, 

61 Little Front, 
Fitzpatiick, .laineii, liuxter, li :i(l DiiehesN. 
Fit/patiii k, .laiiieH, )(riM'er, h 7 Dnniincr. 
Fit/|> i< k, .loiM'|ili, tiriMnan (i.T.H., h 114 

Itoiiitoli. 

Fitzpatiii'k, .L, tiiriiiaii N.K.C. 

Fitzjiatrii'k, Michael, laborer, li 4'Jl Little 
Kicliniond. 

Fil/.patii<k, .Mrs. Urid^et, f{atuke<>|tvr, Col- 
lege ttve, li 4 I l,»ucen w. 

FItzpatrick, I'cter, telejrnipli (t|M-rAtor, bda 
1 4 » (,)ii< w. 

FitZ'SiiiinioiiN, (i. .1., niHiiiiracturer uiid jew- 
idler, II Kin;{ w, IhU Ct.'i York. 

Fit/.NiiiioiiM, (!eoi({e, vaiiely HtoK* an. I work- 
illfj jeweler, 1U.'» York, h millie. 

Fit/xinioiiH, Ixaac, li I'ib York. 

FilZNiiiioiiH, .laiiH'N, liook-kee|><>r W. S. Kidth. 

Flack, David, laborer, h 'J5 llrilain. 

Flaherty, •lolin, eiir|N-uter, h Flizabeth nr 
Walton. 

Flaheity, .lolm. laborer, h 1"J .Stanley. 

Flaherty, Mrs. .laiic, (wid FiaiiciH*, h 1984 

(jlllccll W. 

Flaiiii^.m, I 'orneliuH, laborer, ImU 172 Queen 
w. 

FlaiiiiKan, Panirl, dairyniati, h n;) Iteiifrew. 

Klaiia){an, Penis, laborer, h 'i\ F.niily. 

Flaiia<{.in, Ftaiii'is, dc.ilir, h \'H .larvis. 

Fliiiia;(,m, .Mrs. SuHaii, (wid .Michael), gro- 
cery, h 172 l^llcell w. 

Fhinaj^an, Tlioiiuis, carpi'iitcr, li'JI) Markhani. 

Flaiiii^an, .Mr8. Alice, (wid), h r Ijutteii w nr 
.lolm. 

Flaiii;,'an, .lames, Ktoveniounter, h WcIIcmJov. 

Flaiiij{aii, .lolin, carter, hr l-H l)u';c, 

Fl.miKan, .Michael, tailor, h .St. .M'i.iiih. 

Flanijj.m, I'at, Hailor, li Id!* Yictoiia. 

Flaimifraii, .Mrs. Mary, (wid Michael), h 143 

TecuniHelh. 

Flasher, Ilciny, InakeiiiHii N. II. ('., IxU 

IIS Itroik. 
Flavell, .lolm, gnnery and liniuir itori', 00 

Kli/.abcth, h Maine. 
Fleethan, IlicliMiil, cutter. It 7 McMahon. 
Flciimi, Alcv., giiMHii, IkIm m h Itoxburgh, 

Yoikvillc. 
Fleiiiiiif;, Alex., iiiavble-worker, h'2'.i Na.ssau. 
Fleinint;, Andrew, collector (d' St. .IoIiu'h 

Ward, h I'Jll Ciiivemity. 
Flemili;^, Ch:l.s. F , iusuraiice clerk, Itdtl 151 

Church. 
FLF.MINd .lAMF.S. wed Htorc and Yongr 

street Nuiwry, :t4H and :(50 Yoiige, and 

(.1. Fleming & Co.), Yonge, cur C^uueii, \\ 

:t48 Yunge. 



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Fleming, JmiiM, lalmrcr, Rolling MilU, hOak. 
Filming, .Inlin, Imilitr, 68 AiK-luidc c, h 

nanip. 
FLKMINU. .JOHN (Flcnung& Ward), h 68 

Ailelaiilp <■. 
Flfniinj,', KolxTt, «a<lill«r, Ih1» 84 Tfrauloy. 
Fleming, It >l)crt M., law utiuient, Ixla 201 

Vii'toria. 
Fleming, Tlionnis, luirm'm-makpr, h 84 Tcr- 

atiley. 
FliMning, Tlmnuis A., ili-rk W. Uowland, h 

84 T.'iiiul.'y. 
Flt-niing, rutriok, I'lirnitT, w s Ycngo bet 

lU'vcrlcv and Cottinghiini. 
FI-KMlN(i k WAIU) (.lolm Fleming and 

David Ward), lici-nsfd pawnbrokers, f)8 

Adi'iaide e. 
FliKMINc;, J. k CO. (-InnieH Fleming and 

(>e<>. W. Iturkiund), Hc-i'd.tmcn anil lliirists, 

180 Yonge ror (Jucen. 
Flemming, .Insijih, laborer, h Suinaeli, nr 

Sonth Park. 
Fleniniing, .bdin, laborer, li 64 Oak. 
Fleinrnini{, Wni., labon-r, li H .lumes p. 
Fletcher, (ieorge, tobacco-worker, h 88 

Klizabeth. 
Fletilier, (icor;,'.-, baker, bds 8 Palace. 
Fletcher, Hugh, clerk A. llenderHon, li 80 

liumley. 
FLKTOllKli. HlMill It., mining geoh.gist 

and axsayer, oliice 109 Mutual, h .same, 
FletcJiiT, .lo.si']ili, cashier ( 'an.ida Landed 

Creilit Co., h ;iO Carlton. 
FI.Kl'CllKIt, .1. W., (JUake, Kcit Ac WelU>, 

h 1 1 ■"> \Vinche.ster. 
Fletcher, Michael, carriage-painter, h 71 

Kli/ahelh. 
Flint, A. It., salesman, h 10 Crniekshank. 
Flint, It., elerk '^1 und 23 King e, bdn 47 

Colleen e. 
Flint, (Jeorgc, book keeper, h 'jr).') (^ucen e. 
Flint, liiehanl ilenrv, niai'hinist <i T. |{., h 

ltl5 Itroik. 
Flint, Itobcrl, carpenter, h '.M;i Palace. 

Flint, li., wl Iman (!. T. If. 

Flood, (iiinatt, laborer, bds (i4 Klix.ibetli. 
Flood, Wijciitinc, eiriplovii.s (i. T. 1!., bil h 

Hi < aniilen. 
Floyd, Henry, collector, 21(1 Kli/abith. 
FInker, .lolm, tinsmith !i2 Teninley, h .same. 
Fly tin, .lames, bagftigcman 0. T. 1!., h 40 

rerallley. 

Flynn, Maurii-e, .sailor, h 194 Mutual. 

Flynn, Mrs., (wid), h '.»» Hay. 

Flynn, Owen, express-driver, h Parliament 

nr Winchester. 
Flynn, Patrick, laborer, h r 91 Staidey. 
Flynn, Philip, carter, h 112 b'ichmond a. 
Flynn, Tlionms, com trav, bds 94 Hay. 
FLYNN, THOS.. (LCollfei Co.), rooms 13 

Ontario Chambers. 
Foad, Wrn., packer, h ad St. Albans. 
Fognrty, Wm., laborer, li r 8.3 .Stanley. 
^'"oKt ^Dorgc, cutter, h 240 Queun u. 



Fogsn, John, h ror Sherbournc and Carl- 
ton. 

Foley, Mm. (!atlii>rine F., tailuresa, h r 84 
Stanley. 

Foley, F.ilward, laborer, I) 26 Uichmond e. 

Foley, .lames, laborer, Ms 67 Stanley. 

Foley, .l(din, moulder, bds 221 Church. 

Foley, Michael, upholxterer, h 221 Church. 

Foley, Peter. sluK-makiT, h 90 Hi> hinond e. 

Fcdey, 'riiomas, laborer, bds 221 Church. 

Foley, Will., laborer, Iwls 78 Stanley. 

Follitt, Charles, iiuliuenian (3. T. IL, h 30 
AlU-rt. 

Foote. IlMiry, slim-maker, h ss Ontario lane. 

Forbes, Ale.x., ahm-maker, bda l.lUHayer. 

Forbes, Diiman, roofer, h 21 .lames. 

Foibes, I). C., ImIs 14i! Victoria. 

Forbes, Mrr. (1. (wid), h 10 Cniikslmnk. 

Forbes, Hugh, ganlener, s a Cottinghani 
road, Yorkville. 

Forbes, II. 1!., (Korb(s&King>, h242.Iarvis. 

Forties, .lolm, artist, Homain Itnildings, bds 
21 .lames. 

Forbes, .lolin, earjienter, bds 12.T Victoria. 

Forbes, John, laborer, li ;i Cherry. 

Forbes, J., lainterand glazier, h 19^ Church. 

FOKHKSA; KINO, (H. It. Forbes and J. D. 
King), bankers and c.xuhunge brokers, 30 
King e. 

Forbes, Mrs. Mary .\nn, (wid David), h 146 
Vicdoria. 

Forbes, Mrs. Mary Ann, (wid Alexander), h 
40 Itichmond w. 

Forbes, Pryct! Alex., bds 22 Queen w. 

Forbes William, ilairyman, 464 Yonge, h 
salne. 

Forbes Will. A., salesman T. M. Pringlc & 
Co., bds lU She|mard. 

Forbes, Wm. M., (Ford & Forbes^, h 4 Caer 
Howell. 

Ford, .lolin, laborer, h 10(1 Ciroline. 

Ford. Patrick, laboiir, h 84 Dummer. 

Ford, 'riinniii.s, shoemaker, h Charles. 

FOIID, WM., M.D., arcoiintaiit and ciLshier 
Crown Lands department, Parliament bd,'{s, 
h 14 Windsor 

Foicl, Will., cabinetmaker, li 116 .Vgnes. 

Ford, Will., laborer, h lim Mutual. 

Ford k Forbes, (.lolin Ford and Wm. For- 
bes), carpenters and joiners, ;I7 Itich- 
mond w. 

Foreman, .bdiii K., iderk N.U.C., b«ls 260 
Itichnioinl w. 

Foreman, Mrs. Matilda, (will Rowland), h 
2.''>0 liiclunond w. 

Forest, .lolm, book-keeper, bds.;t2 Front e. 

Forlo ig, Hcrlii-rt ■!., law student (}ainblu & 
Itoulton. h 68 Hay. 

Forloiig, Mrs. Sophia, h 68 Hay. 

Formui, Oeorgu, book-keeia-r Hank of To- 
ronto, h same. 

Forinan, .latnes, messenger Bank of Toronto, 
h above H,;nk of Toronto. 

Furmun, John K., clerk, h '.6) Wichmund w. 



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Hherliournc and Ctrl- 

II) v., tailorru, h r 84 

ir, I) 26 Uichmond e. 
•, IkI« 67 Stanley. 
•, lKliia21 (huri-h. 
ilHttnr, h 221 Cliunih. 
kiT, h 90 Hi. hniond a. 
■er, IkIh 221 Cliurcli. 
1)(1m 7« HtaiilfV. 
tniaii (5. T. U., h 3« 

iikcr, )i nn Ontario lane. 

akiT, lids 13:J Huycr. 

Vr, h 21 .lunn's. 

Iti Victoria. 

), h 10 Cruiksliank. 

iiiicr, s N ('i>ttin}{haiii 

<'s& Kin^M, )i 242 .larvifl. 
Itotuiiin liniUlings, lids 

trr, IhU 123 Viitoria. 
•, li ;j ("litrry. 
li Kl'izicr, li lUIIChurdi. 
II. It. roiiii!! iinil .1. I), 
d oxchaiigt! luukem, 30 

nn, (wid Duvid), h 146 

nn, (wid Alt xundcr), h 

InI.^ 22 tjurcn w. 
iryniun, 4.04 Yonge, h 

rxnmn T. M. I'ringlo k 

ird. 

unl & Korl)i'n\ h 4 C'aer 

h 10(5 C.iroiinf. 
r, h 84 Dnninnr. 
iiikrr, li (i Cliarli'.s. 
iii'i'diintant und tiwliier 
tnicnt, I'urlianicnthdf^ 

luki r, li 11, I Agni's. 
Ii lim Miitnid. 
I Kurd and Wni. For- 
iid joiniTH, ;J7 ItJcli- 

lerk N.U.t*., bds 260 

Ida, (wid Rowland), h 

■('IMT, lid.i_32 I'"roiit (!. 
luw Htudcnt (}.unl)lu k 

. li 6H May. 

k-kci'iier Hank of To- 

•ngtir Bunk of Toronto, 

ronlo. 

k, h iS) Itiiduiiund w. 



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ForneH, Dr. Jamei, h 126 Willlani. 
FUKKi>:HT, JOHN, 16 hUmnu: Hall, btU 

Newbiguing lionnr. 
FOKKK.ST, I.OKKNZO, (Korroat k Uzo, 

h t'hurch, ( or King. 
KOUKKST k I,()Z(), (Lorenzo Forrfit and 

Alexandiir l^ozo), phutographera, Church, 

cor King. 
Fomtfr, Edward J., caliinitnmki'r, bdt (liirs 

Hot.'l. 
Forstt-r, .lamed W., niechaniral HUiM-rinti-nd- 

«nt HAW. 
ForHttT, Thiinia.<t, lioilerinukbr O.T. U., Ii 

HatliuiMt nr ijiifcn. 
Forst.T, Thuniua, cU-aner (I.T.H., h 30 

Koliinson, 
Forsyth, IJi-orgf, builder, 103 Adi'laidc v, h 

saini'. 
Forsyth, .lames, gnidcner, h Nornml School 

ground.i. 
ForsyUi, .Fohn, tdnrk iMwtoHice, h 42 (!lou- 

eestiT. 
Fortier, Mix., IkIs 254 Carlton. 
FOKTIKU, CAIT. CIIAUI.K.S C,., general 

agent I'lienix, Ocean and Inland maiinu Ins 

Co, ti and 7 Ontario Chandlers, vur Church 

and Front, li '.'.') 1 Carlton. 
Forton, Mieliael, laborer, h 32 Maria w. 
Fortune, .lohn, rurpenter, li 218 KiizulM<th. 
FOUWAIID.C. L.,lumberin8iicctor, bdsMet- 

rojiolitan hotid. 
Fossutt, Mrs. (Catharine, h 01 Agne.s. 
Fos.sett, .lames, slioenuiker, bds 15 Sayer. 
FOSTKIt, C. (.'., in.siieefor of ageni'ie.s Kdin- 

burgh Assuruni'R Company, 17 Welling- 
ton w, h. 
Foster, i)avid, grocer, h 33j Adelaide w. 
Foster, llialier'ngton, agent, h r 37 Louisia. 
Foster, .lames, KU|H'rintendent N. K.C. nni- 

eliine shop, li 317 Little Itiehmoiid. 
Foster, .lames, salesman T. M. I'ringle^ Co. 
Foster, .lame.i, (Utter T. .M. Tringle & Co., 

h lis Ceorge. 
FO.STKl!, .lAMl'.S |{., (.lames Fostor & Son), 

h r,i5 Mutual. 
FOSTF.H, .lAMF.S, (.lames Foster i .Son), h 

125 Mutual. 
FOSTKIf, .lAMK-S mathematical and t.-le- 

graph initrunient maker, 27 F.xehunge 

bigs., h 8 Howard's liow, .Magill. 
FOSTKU, .lAMKS k .SON, (.lames and 

James H. Foster), gi'ueral hardware, 145 

Kint'e. 
FOSTI.lv, .lOlIN, gHM-eries, provisions. 

Hour and feed, h cor tjueen w and Simooe. 
Foster, .Iose|ih, plasterer, h 1 Dale. 
Foster, .loseph, harness maker, bds 550 

(jueen w. 
Foster, Miss Mary, lauudri>Ns, 156 Sayer. 
Foster, Mrs. Maria, laundress, li fit) Agnes. 
Foster, Oswald, n.ssi'.ssor of Yorkville, h 

.lames nr Vonge, Yorkville. 
Foster, O. F., book-keeper, !• James, YorJ- 

Tille. 



Postar. Richard M., dark 145 King e, bds 

126 Mutual. 

Foster, Sanii A, |M>liccman, h 138 Richmond. 

Foster, Samuel, slioomakflf, h 164 (jueen e. 

Foster, Thonuut, gardener, )i 122 Stra(dian. 

Fnstor, Th «uaM, h 110 Duke. 

Foster, Wm., clerk, h 110 Duke. 

Foster, Wrii., artist, Lfndtr bigs. 

Foster, Wui., I.diorer, 27 Sixitlina av. 

FOSTF.H, WM. A., LL.H., (KngUsh & Fos- 
ter), h 125 Mutual. 

FotheriuKhani, Thoina.s, book-keeper, h 63 
(lerrard. 

Fotheringhani, Thomas F., student, bds 62 
(ierrard. 

FlUILDS k MrClMJIHN, wholesalo eloth- 
ing, John Karr, agent, 12 Out. Chanibera. 

FOULIW k HOUC..SON. wholesale .small 
ware.s and fancy goods, 10 Wellington 
w. 

Foulstin. James, h 03 King u. 

FOWLI'it, HF.NRY, resident director TIu- 
ron anl Ontario .S. C. Co. 16 k 18 Wel- 
lington e, h Wellington w n s bet York 
and Sinicoe. 

Fowler, .lo.scph, slinenniker, h 72 Houlton. 

FOWLKK, .MRS. KOHKRT, milliner and 
dressmakiT, 30S Yonge, h anic. 

FOWLKK, UOHliRT,eontracforaud builder, 
303 Yonge, cor Hayter, h same. 

Fowles, li., grocer and provision dealer, 411 
t^i'.e 'U w. n same. 

FoX, KDWAKD, surveyor and draughts- 
man. Crown l^uml l>ept., I'ar. I>lgs., ImIs 
•Juecn w. 

FoX, (!KOI!(iF,, slater und i-outractor, h 
Don Vale. 

Fox, Henry, rarjienter, h 39 Vanauley. 

Fox, James, laborer, h 90 iioidton. 

Fov, (ieurge, salesman James Stock, bds 
t'ront. 

Foy, James, student-at-luw Crawford k 
Crondiic, bds .lurvi.s. 

Fov, Mr.s. .Mary, (wid N.) h 140 Little 
i<'ront. 

I'oy, I'atric k, merchant, h 180 Jarvis. 

Foy, William, grocer, 99 k 101 Richmond 
w, h same. 

Foy, William, saloon ker[)or, 107 York, h 
sann>. 

Frachon, Rev. Regis, professor St. .^'ichael's 
College, ,St. Joseph's. 

Frame, (!eorge, machinist Wm. Hamilton 
k ,S()n. 

Frame, James, clerk Jidiu Fee, bds 437 
King e. 

Frame, .lohn, malstei Kaat Knd Brewery, h 
4;U Kinji, e 

Frauds, A. W., student-at-law, Jones liros., 
bds 57 Carleton. 

Francis, Charles, clerk, bds 59 Carlton. 

Francis, Charles, joiner, h Ksther nr Eliza- 
beth. 

Francis, Isaac, h 2*26 Sayer. 










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Francis, James, foreman for St. James ward, 

h 59 Carlton. 
Francis, James, teamster W. Matthews, h 

129 Elizabetli. 
Francis, James, laborer, h r 137 Elizabeth. 
Francis, Matthew, laborer, h 29 South Park. 
FRANCIS. THOMAS, new and second-hand 

furniture, plated ware, &c., 197 Yonge, h 

same. 
Francis, Wellington, law student, hds 69 

Carlton. 
Franck, Mrs., (wid Rev. J.), 4 Adelaide w.l 
Frank, James, carter, h Trinity. 
Frank, Robert, carpenter, h 118 Palace. 
Prankish, (Jharlcs, book-keeper, bds 439 

Cliurch. 
Prankish, John, com trav, h 439 Church. 
Prankish, John E.. clerk 47 and 49 King e, 

h 72 Magill. 
FRANKLAND, G. P., butcher (Government 

contractor) No. 24 St Lawrence market, 

res Kingston road. 
Fr.anklin, Henry, laborer, h 184 Elizabeth. 
Franklin, Herman, peddler, h 272 King e. 
FRANKLIN, WALTER W., local editor 

Journal of Commerce, bds Norwood Cot- 
tage. 
Franklin, — , brakeman N. R. C, bds 26 

Camden. 
Praser, Archibald, medical student, bds 236 

Church. 
Praser, Miss Emma, asst teacher, h ScoUard, 

York vi lie. 
Praser, Oeoi'ge, dealer, h Derby lane. 
FRASEK, JAMES, insurance agent, 5 King 

w, h cor Surrey Place and Grenville. 
Praser, John, book-keeper Henderson & 3ost- 

wick. 
Praser, John, laborer, h r 83 Stanley. 
Praser, John, carpenter, h 217 University. 
Praser, John, h 236 CHiurch. 
Praser, Mrs. Sarah Jane, bds 68 Terauley. 
Praser, Mra. M. A., tailoress, h 49 Sumach. 
PRASER, ROBERT, barrister, kc, 44 

Church, h 236 Church. 
Praser, Thomas, clerk, bds Metropolitan 

Hotel. 
Fraser, Wm., carpenter, h ws McMahon lane. 
Praser, Wm , clerk Vicker's express, bds 

American Hotel. 
Pr ser, Wm., shoemaker, h 327 Queen e. 
Prazer, Miss Mary, dressmaker, h 160 Vic- 
toria. 
Frazer, Robert, h 83 Victoria. 
Frazier, John, painter, h 88 Centre. 
Prear, Mi-s. Catherine, boarding house, 386 

Adelaide w. 
Preir, James, laborer, hns Sydenham, York- 

ville. 
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